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Federal Court Hearing Tuesday, March 7, in Clinton Email Case, Judicial Watch Seeking Answers on Abedin/Weiner Laptop Emails

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Video: Opinion Journal: A New Clinton Email Probe?

From the Wall Street Journal: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on a federal appeals court ruling against the State Department. Photo credit: Getty Images.

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Clinton Email Case Back On; Court Says More Could Have Been Done to Turn Over Messages

From LawNewz: Just when you thought that the Hillary Clintonemail saga was over, a new development surfaced on Tuesday by way of a federal appellate judge’s ruling. Judge Stephen Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled in favor of conservative groups Judicial Watch and Cause of Action in their lawsuits against…

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Appeals court revives suits over Hillary Clinton emails

From Politico: A federal appeals court has revived a pair of lawsuits seeking to force the federal government to sue former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a quest to try to recover more emails from the private server she used while secretary of state.

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Judicial Watch Wants Sessions to Root Evil Out of DOJ

From The Daily Beast: The group, Judicial Watch, caused rolling problems for Hillary Clinton’s campaign because it was—in the view of Clinton allies—simultaneously incredibly fringy and incredibly effective. But they don’t think Clinton’s loss is necessarily a win for good governance.

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Mills, State Department oppose video release in Clinton email case

From Politico: Attorneys for State, former Clinton chief of staff Cheryl Mills and her former deputy Huma Abedin are urging U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan not to disturb a prior order barring publication of videos of the depositions taken in the case brought by watchdog group Judicial Watch. Transcripts…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: The Anti-Corruption Agenda

The First 100 Days – An Anti-Corruption Agenda JW Asks to Court to Allow Public to See Videos of Depositions in the Clinton Email Case Obama Family’s 2015 Hawaii Vacation Cost Taxpayers $4,823,206.88 Judicial Watch Work Applauded   The First 100 Days – An Anti-Corruption Agenda At our special educational…

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Judicial Watch asks judge to release videos in Clinton email case

A conservative group that played a key role in legal battles over access to Hillary Clinton’s emails is asking a federal judge to release videos of depositions top Clinton aides and other State Department officials gave in connection with the litigation over her use of a private email server as secretary of state.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Asks Court to Unseal Videos of Depositions in Hillary Clinton Email Case

News Media Organizations Also on Record Supporting Public Release  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced it filed a motion that seeks to unseal the audiovisual recordings of the depositions of top Clinton aides and State Department officials. The depositions come in connection with a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: What Should Trump Do?

JW Asks Court to Find Government Misconduct in Clinton Email Scandal Trump Administration Should Investigate Clinton Scandals New Documents Show Clinton Conflicts of Interest Tune In! — The First 100 Days: The Anti-Corruption Agenda   JW Asks Court to Find Government Misconduct in Clinton Email Scandal The Clinton email scandal…

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Court asked to rule Clinton emails involved ‘misconduct’

From WND: The newest legal move by Judicial Watch, which was at the center of exposing the emails from the beginning, is asking a court to rule that the State Department should released withheld emails because they pertain to government “misconduct.”

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Hillary Clinton’s email woes persist after election: ‘Nothing has been settled’

From The Washington Times: Though President-elect Donald Trump has signaled that he would halt any official federal investigations into Mrs. Clinton’s activities as secretary of state, groups that have driven the issue say they will continue to press the legal cases that have forced the release of tens of thousands…

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Why Trump isn’t pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton

From the New York Post: At the second presidential debate in October, he told his rival, “If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception.” Throughout her…

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Asks Federal Court to Find Government Misconduct in Clinton Email Scandal, Force Release of Documents

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has asked a federal court to reject the State Department’s secrecy claims over certain Clinton email-related document on the grounds that the documents relate to government misconduct. Judicial Watch argues the agency should release 30 emails currently being withheld under various…

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Clinton Critics Voice Disappointment After Trump Vows to Drop Investigation

From The Daily Signal: Trump’s comments to The New York Times followed an interview earlier Tuesday with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway in which she expressed a similar view. Trump said his administration would not pursue further investigation into the email server or the Clinton Foundation.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Calls for Trump Administration Investigation of Hillary Clinton

Issues Response to News Stories about Trump Not Pursuing Clinton Investigations (Washington, DC)  – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding reports that President-elect Trump decided that his administration will not pursue investigations into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal or the Clinton Foundation: Donald Trump must commit


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