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Court Victory in HRC Email Scandal

Historic Court Action in Hillary Email Scandal Obama’s IRS Targets Candidate Who Ran Against Him Fed Employees Sexually Assault Airline Passengers? Historic Court Action in Hillary Email Scandal Last Friday, a federal court judge did something we had never seen before – U.S. District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton reopened…


Federal court takes action on Clinton email scandal

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on Fox News this week discussed an unprecedented move by the federal courts — a judge-ordered reopening of a FOIA lawsuit seeking documents from Hillary Clinton’s secret email server.


Federal judge agrees to reopen Hillary Clinton email lawsuit

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “America’s Newsroom” on Fox News today to discuss an unprecedented move by the federal courts — a judge-ordered reopening of a FOIA lawsuit seeking documents from Hillary Clinton’s secret email server.


Judicial Watch: Federal Court Reopens State Department FOIA Lawsuit Because of “Newly Discovered Evidence” of Clinton Records

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that a U.S. District Court reopened a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking documents regarding the State Department’s production and dissemination of an advertisement intended to air in Pakistan entitled “A Message from the President of the United States Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary…


Judicial Watch Files Seven New FOIA Lawsuits against State Department to Force Release of Clinton Emails, Other Secret Email Records

Judicial Watch announced that it has filed seven Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits against the State Department in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to obtain the release of documents about the Clinton email scandal, including emails of her top aide Huma Abedin and records about the Benghazi and Clinton Foundation scandals.


Judicial Watch’s Cotca: Hillary Violated Civil Law

By refusing to conduct communications through official government channels, Hillary Clinton violated federal records laws. Judicial Watch’s recent lawsuit for information regarding her use of iPhones and/or iPads only highlights how hard Clinton worked to avoid those laws.


Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against State Department for Records about Hillary Clinton’s iPad and iPhone

Judicial Watch announced it has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to obtain the release of documents regarding Hillary Clinton’s efforts to gain approval for use of an iPhone or iPad to conduct official business while she was secretary of state.


Watchdog blasts State Dept., Clintons after four-year battle for documents

Malia Zimmerman of Fox News provides an in-depth look at Judicial Watch’s efforts to provide transparency and accountability on the issue of Hillary Clinton’s possible use of her influence as secretary of state to obtain donations for the Clinton Foundation and increase personal wealth.


Judicial Watch: State Department Documents Reveal Concern about Bill Clinton’s Activities with ‘Saudi Entities’

Judicial Watch announced that it has received 126 pages of documents from the State Department related to Hillary Clinton’s possible conflicts of interest regarding her position as Secretary of State.


Hillary Clinton Was Asked About Email 2 Years Ago

The New York Times details how Congress questioned Hillary Clinton in 2012 regarding her secret email accounts, and how Clinton, just as she has this year, failed to be forthcoming, refusing to even respond to Congress’ questions.


Interactive graphic: Hillary Clinton’s insider network

Hillary Clinton’s decision to violate the Federal Records Act and hide her communications from the American people is now well-known. Just as important, if less well-known, however, is her network of insiders that have aided her every step of the way.


Judicial Watch sponsors panel on Hillary Clinton State Department emails

Judicial Watch recently hosted an expert panel focused on Hillary Clinton’s attempts to subvert federal records laws and the Freedom of Information Act. C-SPAN has comprehensive coverage.


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.


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.


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.

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