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State Department cites ‘crushing’ burden from Freedom of Information Act

The State Department has complained that it is facing increased numbers of FOIA requests and lawsuits. In the same piece, Judicial Watch is recognized for having been responsible for bringing to light key documents regarding ethics investigations into the Clintons.

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Virginia State Bar now hero of anti-Israel movement

In March, the Virginia State Bar, the state’s licensing agency, abruptly cancelled a planned mid-year seminar in Israel when several members of the organization complained to the VSB Council. Judicial Watch recently filed a FOIA request to find out what was behind the sudden cancellation.

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Judicial Watch Reveals Court Dirty Deeds

Watch Judicial Watch Director of Litigation Paul Orfanedes discuss Judicial Watch’s efforts to fight corruption and waste in Los Angeles with the Full Disclosure Network.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Sues DOJ for Records Regarding Suspicious 2014 New Year’s Day Explosion at Apartment Building in Minneapolis Muslim Neighborhood

Documents already obtained by Judicial Watch raise serious questions about source of explosion, cursory local investigation, barring of ATF agents from investigating (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Justice (DOJ) to obtain records regarding its response to

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch and Legal Insurrection Blog Team to Investigate Virginia State Bar’s Controversial Cancellation of Israel Trip, Demand Documents from Taxpayer-Funded Agency Under Virginia Freedom of Information Act

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that it has sent a Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking all records of the Virginia State Bar (VSB) about the sudden cancellation of the VSB’s long-planned Mid-Year Legal Seminar scheduled for November 15 in Israel.  Filing the request on behalf of William A.…

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Feds should have told national archivist of Clinton’s private email abuse

Experts say that federal officials should have briefed Hillary Clinton on the federal laws and regulations requiring her to use an official email account for government business, and also informed the national archives office once they learned she was not doing so.

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Former U.S. Attorney: ‘Hillary Clinton Is Going to Have to Testify in a Federal Court’

Experts from various points on the political spectrum agree that Hillary Clinton purposefully evaded federal records laws and one even argued that she will have to answer for those actions in court.

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DiGenova on Hillary’s Emails: ‘If There Isn’t a Department of Justice Preliminary Inquiry, It’s a Disgrace’

Former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova said Tuesday it would be disgraceful if Hillary Clinton’s email scandal does not lead to an official government inquiry. He also said it was clear Clinton and her aides had destroyed evidence.

IN THE NEWS

Hillary Clinton email release delayed as lawyers sort through them

The Obama administration has claimed this week that it needs more time to go through Clinton’s email records in response to Judicial Watch’s FOIA requests. How much longer do they need?

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Hillary Also Used An iPad To Send Emails, Though She Said She Only Used A Blackberry

The AP’s report confirms one from earlier this month by Judicial Watch, the government watchdog group that, like the AP, has filed suit for Clinton’s email records.


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