Soundbites from Three Top Judicial Watch Attorneys on Key Issues to be Discussed at September 29 Clinton Scandal Panel
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On Thursday, September 29 – from 11:00 to 12:30 AM – Judicial Watch will bring together a panel of top experts for an incisive, in-depth analysis of the growing Hillary Clinton email/Clinton Foundation scandals.
The panel will be hosted by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. He will be joined by Clinton scandal experts Peter Schweizer, author of the New York Times best-seller Clinton Cash; Joseph E. diGenova, former U.S. States Attorney, District of Columbia; Jerome Corsi, bestselling author of Partners in Crime; and Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Chris Farrell.
Below are four short, broadcast quality videos featuring top Judicial Watch attorneys who have worked on lawsuits involving the Clinton emails candidly addressing key issues to be discussed at the upcoming Clinton scandals panel. You are free to use them for soundbites or background information:
VIDEO ONE: Chris Fedeli – [On Clinton’s handling of classified material] “It was incredibly reckless. It was incredibly careless. It put national security at risk.” [57 seconds]
VIDEO TWO: Michael Bekesha – Two cuts
“[On senior State Department officials claiming not to remember anything – with examples] “No one could tell the truth … It seems as though they were protecting Mrs. Clinton or the State Department.” [46 seconds]
VIDEO THREE: “Mrs. Clinton was trying to hide something. She set up this personal server so that the government and the public … would not have access to her emails.” [36 seconds]
VIDEO FOUR: Ramona Cotca – “She went to a lot of great lengths to keep that from the public, and I think that’s the biggest issue for me. If you’re hiding something, there’s a reason you’re hiding it, and there’s a reason you don’t want that information to come out.” [39 seconds]
“The Judicial Watch attorneys’ insights into the Clinton email scandal are both revealing and discomfiting.
“The key experts on the September 29 Clinton scandal panel will provide even deeper insights into what Mrs. Clinton did and why she did it,” said Carter Clews, Judicial Watch Director of Communications. “It is a historic opportunity for the public to get an inside view of how politics is played in the nation’s capital.”