Mills, State Department oppose video release in Judicial Watch Clinton email case
“Lawyers for the State Department and former Hillary Clinton aide Cheryl Mills are opposing a conservative group’s move to unseal videos of depositions taken in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit relating to Clinton’s use of a private email account.
Attorneys for Mills and attorneys for the diplomatic agency where she formerly worked as chief of staff under Clinton 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 of the depositions were made public shortly after they took place.”
Below is a tweet by Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research, Chris Farrell, on the news that Mills and the State Department oppose the release of their deposition videos.
They’re terrified. https://t.co/iUV4UqIOE9
— Chris Farrell (@cjtfarrell) December 20, 2016
Judicial Watch will continue pushing for the release of the deposition videos in hopes that information revealed will bring to light previously unknown information crucial to our investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server.