Judicial Watch Experts Tom Fitton and Chris Farrell Available to Discuss IG Report on DOJ/FBI
Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report will be released to the public on Thursday
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that its key spokespeople, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton and Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell, will be available to discuss the long-anticipated report from the Department of Justice Inspector General regarding the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information through her unsecure, non-state.gov email system.
In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz said that he planned to release a report on Thursday, June 14.
The report is expected to address many issues concerning the FBI under former Directors James Comey and Andrew McCabe, as well as the Justice Department under former Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Judicial Watch’s investigations and lawsuits are the proximate cause for uncovering Clinton’s illicit email system and have been at the forefront of the search for information on the actions of Comey, McCabe and Lynch. For example:
- Judicial Watch Uncovers Hidden Strzok Emails in Latest Production of Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting Docs—Strzok Email Suggests Clinton Investigation Decision Made in April 2016
- Judicial Watch Fights State Department for Full Accounting of Clinton-Related Emails on Anthony Weiner’s Laptop
- Judicial Watch: FBI to Ask Strzok and Page to Preserve Records
- Judicial Watch: Emails Show FBI Advised Comey to Consult with Mueller’s Office Prior to June 2017 Testimony
- Judicial Watch: New Clinton Emails Reveal Classified Docs, Clinton Foundation Connections
- Judicial Watch Statement on Justice IG Criminal Referral of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to U.S. Attorney
- Judicial Watch: Justice Department Refuses to Release Mueller’s Budget Proposal for Special Counsel Office
- Judicial Watch: New Documents Reveal More Instances of Classified Information on Hillary Clinton’s Unsecure, Non-‘State.gov’ System
- Judicial Watch: At Least 18 Classified Emails Found on Weiner’s Laptop
- Judicial Watch: State Department Made Deal with Hillary Clinton to Keep Call Log, Schedules Secret
- Judicial Watch Releases 29 Pages of FBI Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting Documents Previously Withheld by Justice Department
- Judicial Watch: New FBI Records Show FBI Leadership’s Conflicts of Interest Discussions on Clinton Email Investigation
- Judicial Watch: New Clinton Classified Emails Discovered
- Judicial Watch: Justice Department Argues Comey’s Leak of ‘Flynn’ Memo to New York Times was Unauthorized, Compares Comey to WikiLeaks
- Judicial Watch: New Documents Show FBI Deputy Director McCabe Did Not Recuse Himself from the Clinton Email Scandal Investigation until Week Before Presidential Election
- Judicial Watch: FBI Recovered 72,000 Pages of Clinton Records
- Judicial Watch: State Department Reveals 2,800 Huma Abedin Government Documents on Weiner’s Laptop
- Judicial Watch: Court Will Review Clinton Emails over Objections of Tillerson State Department and Sessions Justice Department
Topping the list of possible questions is: will IG Horowitz recommend serious consequences or even criminal referrals for the preferential treatment given to Clinton and her aides?
How will the report handle James Comey’s infamous exoneration memo written months before Clinton’s FBI interview, as well as Loretta Lynch’s and former President Bill Clinton’s “tarmac meeting?”
How will the “insurance policy” and other texts of FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page be addressed?
Was President Obama personally involved in directing the DOJ’s decisions leading up to the Clinton-DNC, anti-Trump dossier and Mueller investigation?