Hillary Clinton in Big Trouble as Federal Court grants Judicial Watch information in Email scandal
(Washington, DC)– Judicial Watch today announced that the federal judge granted seven extra depositions, three interrogatories and four requests for documents relating to the use of a personal, unlawful email server by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The court rejected Justice and State Department arguments to protect Clinton and the agencies from additional discovery and ordered agency lawyers to respond to Judicial Watch’s questions about their knowledge of the Clinton email issue.
The court granted all of Judicial Watch’s requested discovery but gave Clinton and Mills 30 days to file any opposition to the requests to question them in person under oath.
The new court-ordered discovery allows Judicial Watch to take testimony and gather evidence of Clinton’s handling of emails, specifically in an “after action memo” drafted by Heather Samuelson, Clinton’s senior advisor at State and White House liaison.
The memo was created in December 2014 to memorialize the Clinton team’s processing of the Clinton emails. The discovery also asks for when Justice and State Department attorneys learned about Clinton’s private email use; and what senior records-keeping officials at the State Department knew about Clinton’s emails and when they knew it.
The court specifically raised worries about a lately discussed Clinton email cache in a letter to Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) and wants Judicial Watch to “shake the tree” on this case.
“Judicial Watch uncovered the Clinton email scandal and we just found more evidence that raises further questions about the cover-up – which is why the court allowed us to pursue more leads and potentially question Mrs. Clinton under oath,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “As ordered by the court, Judicial Watch will continue to ‘shake the tree’ on the Clinton email issue. It is shameful that the Justice and State Departments oppose our efforts and are still trying to provide cover for Hillary Clinton.”
The court ruled that “one of the most serious contemporary crimes to public transparency” was the Clinton email system.
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