Judicial Watch Subpoenas Google In Clinton Email Lawsuit
From One America News Network:
Judicial Watch revealed it has subpoenaed Google as the latest move into its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s missing government emails. The watchdog group confirmed it served the subpoena against the tech giant Wednesday after receiving authorization by a D.C. federal court.
That subpoena called on Google to produce all of Clinton’s records from a company-owned account believed to contain the former secretary of state’s emails. IT specialist Paul Combetta from the Denver-based Platte River Networks used that Google account to transfer Clinton’s emails from a laptop to a private network server and then used software to remove all traces of those records from the device.
“Because you may remember that one of her vendors, I think it was Paul Combetta, sent (according to the reports) all her emails to a Google email account,” explained Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “So the judge says, ‘well ya know, maybe there are emails over there, go subpoena Google,’ so, we’re gonna find out.”
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