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Weekly Update: Big Court Decision on Clinton Emails

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Clinton Losing The Election Doesn’t Mean Her Scandals Will Go Away

From The Daily Caller: Continuing Freedom of Information Act lawsuits and related litigation will keep former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the spotlight, despite her upset loss to President-Elect Donald Trump. Conservative nonprofit government watchdogs aren’t withdrawing their lawsuits just because Clinton lost the election. Many of these litigations

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The history of the ugliest race for the White House

From the New York Post: Trump’s speeches, debate pronouncements, tweets and rallies inflamed his increasingly rabid supporters and sometimes led to violence. And Clinton’s slippery evasions, e-mail scandal and circle-the-wagons approach to questions about pay-to-play involving the Clinton Foundation gave more ammunition to her critics, who wanted to “lock

PRESS RELEASE

State Dept. Has up to 31,000 Pages of New Clinton Records from the FBI’s Investigation; Wants Five Years to Process Them

(Washington DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding developments during today’s court hearing concerning Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking emails sent or received by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in her official capacity during her tenure as secretary of state:…

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Judge balks at five-year timeline for release of Clinton emails

A federal judge signaled Monday that he’s not inclined to agree to a timetable for the release of FBI-recovered Hillary Clinton emails that could have the records dribbling out over the next five years.

IN THE NEWS

State Tells Court It Needs 5 Years to Review Deleted Clinton Emails

From Fox: State Department officials asked a federal court Monday to consider allowing them up to five years for their review of 31,000 pages of emails recovered by the FBI during its year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton.

IN THE NEWS

What Did Hillary Clinton’s Lawyer Talk About In This State Department Conference Call?

From The Daily Caller: The discussion in that call would help shed light on why the State Department later declined that FOIA request even though Clinton used a personal email account, a fact which was known to dozens of State Department and Obama administration officials.

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Why Clinton’s email mess will never go away

From The New York Post: Sigh: So Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides had her housekeeper printing out classified emails and venturing into her home Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility to grab classified faxes, too. How many more shoes can drop, before or after Election Day?

PRESS RELEASE

Clinton Sent Classified Document to Daughter That State Department Has Identified as ‘Foreign Relations Activities … Including Confidential Sources’

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the State Department’s release of 74 additional emails recovered by the FBI in its investigation of former Secretary of State Clinton’s use of a non-state.gov email system. Included in the new documents was an email in which Clinton…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: Major Clinton Email Update

Judicial Watch Asks Court to Compel Hillary Clinton Email Answers More Clinton-Abedin Email Exchanges of Classified Information on Unsecure Server Emails Detail Attempts to Hack Clinton Server; U.S. Secret Service Informed We Will Be Watching Virginia Polls on Election Day   Judicial Watch Asks Court to Compel Hillary Clinton Email…

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State Dept. set to release final batch of Clinton emails before election

From the Washington Examiner: The release will come amid intense scrutiny over the FBI’s decision to reopen its investigation of Clinton’s emails, which FBI Director James Comey had previously closed in July. It will mark the 19th time the State Department has posted a tranche of her emails on its…

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Statement on State Department Release of 357 New Hillary Clinton Emails

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today reacted to the State Department’s release of hundreds additional emails that were recovered by the FBI in its investigation of former Secretary of State Clinton’s use of a non-state.gov email system during her tenure. These emails had not been previously turned over to the State…

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Video: Judicial Watch president on Clinton Foundation probe

From Fox Business: Nov. 04, 2016 – 5:03 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton weighs in on why the Clinton Foundation probe has been going on for over a year, according to Fox News sources.

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Judicial Watch Asks Judge to Force Clinton to Provide More Details About Email Server

From LawNewz: Earlier this year, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan issued an order allowing Judicial Watch to submit written questions for Clinton to answer as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.  Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit to obtain information about the unique employment status of Huma Abedin and…

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Asks Court to Compel Hillary Clinton Email Answers

‘Secretary Clinton failed to provide sufficient reasons for refusing to answer … and the limited reasons she provides do not warrant sustaining her objections’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced it filed a motion to compel former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to answer three interrogatory questions she refused…

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A leaked email raises questions about Hillary Clinton’s veracity in sworn court document

From Circa: On the same day Hillary Clinton swore to a judge that she believed all of her State Department emails had been turned over in a federal lawsuit, her private attorney wrote to the presidential candidate’s inner circle acknowledging the possible existence of additional messages that had not yet…


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