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Judicial Watch: Federal Court Issues Opinion Ordering Release of More Clinton Foundation Conflict of Interest Documents

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras issued an opinion ordering the State Department to search for and turn over details on potential conflicts of interest between former Secretary Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.  The February 2 court opinion and order came…

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Clinton Email Cases Still Smoulder, With Foes Eager to Spark Investigation

From U.S. News & World Report: Conservative transparency group Judicial Watch continued its carousel of court hearings Tuesday, seeking records relating to Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state, hoping to uncover evidence of wrongdoing. The legal pursuit of the former Democratic presidential nominee remained hot inside a federal courthouse…

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Federal Court Hearing on FBI Clinton Records – Agency Wants Up to Two Years to Turn Over 35 Records

Hearing Set for Tuesday, February 7 (Washington DC) – Judicial Watch today announced a hearing will be held Tuesday, February 7, 2017, regarding Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking records held by the FBI containing text messages and emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stored…

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New Clinton Emails Show Huma Abedin Assisting Clinton Foundation Donor

From The Washington Free Beacon: The email correspondence with Abedin, which was contained in a group of 21 previously undisclosed emails that were handed to the watchdog group, show that donors to the Clinton Foundation thought that they could receive favors from the State Department while Clinton was at the helm.…

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Judicial Watch: New State Department Records Reveal Clinton Aide Abedin Secured State Dept. Lunch Invitation for Major Clinton Foundation Donor

New documents also contain classified material (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 549 pages of new State Department records, including previously unreleased email exchanges in which Hillary Clinton top aide Huma Abedin secured an invitation to a 2009 State Department luncheon for Sant S. Chatwal, a businessman under investigation in two…

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State Department Ordered to Turn Over 30 Clinton Emails for Review by Federal Court Judge

Judicial Watch Argued Withheld Documents on Government Misconduct Should be Released (Washington, DC) — A federal court ordered the State Department to produce to the court 30 Clinton email-related documents that had been blacked out under various privilege claims. The January 24 order signed by U.S. District Court, District of…

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Judicial Watch Notifies National Intelligence Director Clapper, Former Secretary of State Kerry of Intent to Sue to Force Official Damage Assessment of Clinton Use of Unofficial Email Account

‘Should the required assessment not be undertaken, we are prepared to file suit in an appropriate federal district court seeking to compel compliance … Please advise us no later than February 10, 2017 if an assessment will be undertaken’ – Jan. 10 Certified Letter  Letter Follows on Heels of FOIA…

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Judicial Watch: Court Hearing Tuesday, January 24, in Case Seeking Clinton Communications Turned over to FBI by Datto

(Washington DC) – Judicial Watch today announced a hearing will be held Tuesday, January 24, 2017, regarding Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking records held by the FBI in connection with text messages and emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stored on the equipment of…

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The Clinton Foundation Is Dead — But The Case Against Hillary Isn’t

While everyone’s been gearing up for President Trump’s inauguration, the Clinton Foundation made a major announcement this week that went by with almost no notice: For all intents and purposes, it’s closing its doors.

In a tax filing, the Clinton Global Initiative said it’s firing 22 staffers and closing its offices, a result of the

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Judicial Watch Asks for Further Discovery in Clinton Email Benghazi Lawsuit over Possible State Department ‘Wrongdoing or Bad Faith’

Judicial Watch Asks for Depositions from Hillary Clinton, Cheryl Mills, and Eight Other State Department Officials (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch asked a federal court for additional discovery over the Clinton email issue.  In addition to document requests, the new Revised Discovery Proposal asks for depositions from former Secretary of…

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Video: Judicial Watch blasts DOJ IG’s ‘favor’ to the Clinton camp

From Fox News: Tom Fitton sounds off on ‘political’ probe into FBI email case on ‘America’s News HQ’

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As Republicans float further Clinton probes, Sessions said he would recuse himself

From The Washington Post: The Select Committee on Benghazi has closed up shop. The FBI has found no new emails to change its conclusion that there was not a winnable case against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private server. Clinton herself, having become the fourth American to win…

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Federal Appeals Court Reinstates Clinton Email Lawsuits

From Breitbart: When Secretary of State John Kerry refused to take all lawful measures mandated by federal law to recover Clinton’s emails, Judicial Watch and Cause of Action brought separate lawsuits seeking to force Attorney General Loretta Lynch to launch a Justice Department investigation, a request that federal law says…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: Big Court Decision on Clinton Emails

Year End Bang on Clinton Email Obama’s Travel Cost $96 Million Over Eight Years Islamic Terrorists Raise Cash in Latin America to Attack U.S. Happy New Year!   Year End Bang on Clinton Email In 2016, Judicial Watch established itself it as the most significant public policy entity in the…

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Hillary Email Law Suit Gets New Life

From Legal Insurrection: Politics aside, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals holds the Archivist is required, under the Federal Records Act, to “take enforcement action through the Attorney General” within a reasonable period of time if attempts to make the archive whole were unsuccessful.


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