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Watchdog sues DOJ for Anthony Weiner’s emails

A conservative watchdog group is suing the Justice Department for all the materials the FBI recovered from former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner’s laptop before the 2016 presidential election.

Judicial Watch announced on Tuesday that it was taking legal action against DOJ under the Freedom of Information Act after the agency denied two information requests pertaining to the records seized in September 2016.

Judicial Watch’s lawsuit follows RealClearInvestigations reporting in August that the FBI reviewed only 3,077 of the almost 700,000 emails found on the laptop as part of its search for evidence related to claims Weiner had lewd exchanges with a 15-year-old girl.


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