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Judicial Watch • Three New Video Clips About Judicial Watch’s December 6 ‘First 100 Days — The Anti-Corruption Agenda’ Expert Panel

Three New Video Clips About Judicial Watch’s December 6 ‘First 100 Days — The Anti-Corruption Agenda’ Expert Panel

Three New Video Clips About Judicial Watch’s December 6 ‘First 100 Days — The Anti-Corruption Agenda’ Expert Panel

NOVEMBER 30, 2016

Panel to be Shot Live In-Studio – Three-Camera, Broadcast Quality

Live Feed to be Available Via Satellite and at Judicial Watch Website

Dear Editor/Broadcaster,

In just six days – Tuesday, December 6, from 11:00 to 12:00 noon – Judicial Watch will convene a panel of top experts to discuss the incoming Trump administration’s “First 100 DaysAn Anti-Corruption Agenda.”

The panel will be hosted by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. He will be joined by former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III; Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH); Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute; Ramona Cotca, Senior Attorney, Judicial Watch; and Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies.

Below are four short, broadcast quality videos – which you are free to use for soundbites or background information:

VIDEO ONE: Tom Fitton (Panel Moderator/ Judicial Watch President) – “I think it’s important that President Trump take the approach that he’s a law enforcement officer… And he should know that the agencies that have been run by President Obama have been absolutely lawless in many regards….” (35 seconds)

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VIDEO FOUR: Chris Farrell (Judicial Watch Director of Investigations & Research) – “The sense that the public has real, direct knowledge of what the government is doing, or not doing, for them is critical. The abuse of that in the Obama administration and, frankly by every administration going back to the Clintons, including Bush as well, has really been corrosive.” (35 seconds)

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VIDEO THREE: Ramona Cotca (Panelist/Judicial Watch Senior Attorney) – “What I would like to see happen is a change in the perspective from the government in respect to FOIA, the Freedom of Information Act…. There is a real need for transparency because that leads to accountability. If things are happening in the government that shouldn’t be happening and it comes to light, then we can put a stop to it….” (42 seconds)

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VIDEO FOUR: Robert Popper (Judicial Watch Senior Attorney/head of Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project) – “I think the first thing to do is to undo the damage from the current administration’s Justice Department…. It sues states that try to enforce election integrity. That’s got to stop.” (28 seconds)

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For additional information, or to access the live broadcast quality panel feed, please contact Jill Farrell at 202-646-5188.

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