When it comes to Hillary Clinton’s emails, “the court is left with more questions than answers,” according to Judge Lamberth’s court deposition order released early last week. Set to testify before Judicial Watch attorneys by May 16th about her use of a private server, Fitton has described her deposition as “the most important questioning of Hillary Clinton on this matter, ever.” With a history of the Trump Administration’s Justice Department and State Department “defending Hillary Clinton in court,” and the Judge’s description of the Agencies’ defense as “preposterous,” his order of a new Clinton testimony is nothing short of “a great victory for Judicial Watch.”
The court orders that Hillary Clinton, Cheryl Mills and “two other witnesses” are to testify “under oath, in person to Judicial Watch attorneys.” To date, Judicial Watch’s FOIA requests have led to continuous, frequent new discoveries on the Clinton email case. A recent and crucial development in the case arises from a Peter Strzok email which confirms that the Agency’s 302s on the Clinton interviews, “the official narrative report” of the FBI, is missing important information. To this point, “we don’t even know what the FBI asked Hillary Clinton,” Fitton states. Furthermore, with Strzok’s indirect confirmation of the FBI’s “corrupt process in documenting interviews,” the American people cannot “trust what the FBI did with Mrs. Clinton.” Hence, Judicial Watch’s unwavering commitment to finding the truth on her email scandal.
“This is going to be significant in terms of the public’s right to know,” Fitton continues. “We’re going to get information that the FBI didn’t want to get, Congress wasn’t able to get, and kind of didn’t want to get.” With Judicial Watch uncovering “virtually everything we know about the Clinton email scandal,” Fitton concludes – “I make no apologies for wanting justice and accountability over the major public corruption scandal that Hillary Clinton’s been involved in.”