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Federal Judge Orders Videotaping of Clinton IT Witness’ Testimony — Judicial Watch today announced that a court order was issued by Judge Emmet G. Sullivan requiring the testimony of Bryan Pagliano, the Clinton State Department IT …http://jwatch.us/868yNc

Judicial Watch: Court Should Not Seal Clinton IT Official Immunity Agreements — Judicial Watch attorneys argue to U.S. District Court Emmett Sullivan that Pagliano’s immunity agreement should be made publicly available….http://jwatch.us/dckPJj

Clinton Email Update: Judicial Watch Releases Clinton Email Deposition Testimony of Karin Lang, Director, Executive Secretariat Staff — Judicial Watch today released the deposition transcript of Karin Lang, director of executive secretariat staff and designated representative for the State Department…http://jwatch.us/YAUkHa

Clinton IT Official Confirms Immunity Agreement in Court Filing — Judicial Watch today announced that Clinton email witness Bryan Pagliano attorneys confirm for the first time that Mr. Pagliano has “use” immunity agreements with federal prosecutors…http://jwatch.us/USCcFa


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CLINTON’S LEGAL MESS  — “Some major and interesting developments occurred last week in the Clinton email scandal. Attorneys for Clinton IT official, Bryan Pagliano, confirmed for the first time that Mr. Pagliano has “use” immunity agreements with federal prosecutors investigating the Clinton email matter…It is unfortunate that the public’s right to know is being hampered yet again. These court filings are further evidence of the legal mess caused by Mrs. Clinton’s email system.”http://bit.ly/1sEVLwA

Tom Fitton on O’Reilly Factor  — Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “The O’Reilly Factor” on the Fox News Channel to discuss the unfolding story regarding the emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.http://jwatch.us/d551ty


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