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JW v State HRC compel 01363

JW v State HRC compel 01363

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Case 1:13-cv-01363-EGS Document 160 Filed 06/08/17 Page THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT COLUMBIA
JUDICIAL WATCH, INC.,
Plaintiff,
U.S. DEPARTMENT STATE,
Defendant.
Civil Action No. 13-cv-1363 (EGS)
PLAINTIFF NOTICE EVIDENCE RELEVANT ITS MOTION COMPEL SECRETARY CLINTON ANSWER INTERROGATORY
Plaintiff submits this notice regarding new evidence that pertains directly
Plaintiff currently pending motion compel and, particular, Interrogatory that motion.
Interrogatory seeks uncover why Secretary Clinton continued using
personal BlackBerry conduct State Department business after being advised the risks
doing so. This interrogatory pertinent because Secretary Clinton personal BlackBerry was integral part the operation the clintonemail.com system, subject squarely within the
scope discovery. was how she accessed her email. Without her personal BlackBerry, there
likely would have been clintonemail.com system because the Secretary did not use desktop laptop and State Department BlackBerry would have linked official state.gov email
account.
Specifically, Interrogatory asks whether Secretary Clinton reviewed March
2009 Information Memo from Assistant Secretary State for Diplomatic Security Eric
Boswell Ms. Mills which wrote that cannot stress too strongly, however, that any
unclassified BlackBerry highly vulnerable any setting remotely and covertly monitoring
Case 1:13-cv-01363-EGS Document 160 Filed 06/08/17 Page
conversations, retrieving email, and exploiting calendars, and, Secretary Clinton did review
the memo, why did she continue using unclassified BlackBerry access her
clintonemail.com email account conduct official State Department business?
Plaintiff recently received evidence that demonstrates that Secretary Clinton
reviewed the Information Memo or, minimum, was informed about the substance it. March 2009, just two days after the Information Memo was sent Ms.
Mills, Secretary Clinton wrote email, Against the advice the security hawks, still
carry berry. See Exhibit
The fact that Secretary Clinton continued use personal BlackBerry conduct
State Department business after being advised the risks doing now more than ever
before raises the obvious question: Why?
Dated: June 2017
Respectfully submitted,
/s/ Michael Bekesha
Michael Bekesha
D.C. Bar No. 995749
JUDICIAL WATCH, INC.
425 Third Street S.W., Suite 800
Washington, 20024
(202) 646-5172
Counsel for Plaintiff Judicial Watch, Inc.
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Case 1:13-cv-01363-EGS Document 160-1 Filed 06/08/17 Page
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From:
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Subject:
U.S. Department State Case No. F-2015-06322 Doc No. C05940143 Date: 05/30/2017 
Sunday, Mnrch 2009 7.29
Susan Kennedy
Re: from Susan Kennedy
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