Judicial Watch Submits Email Questions to Hillary Clinton–47jh.,b43
Our efforts to get at the truth of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email practices is entering a new and critical phase.
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In Judge Sullivan’s opinion ordering Clinton to answer written questions under oath, he wrote:
To [Judicial Watch’s] knowledge, Secretary Clinton has never testified under oath why she created and used the clintonemail.com system to conduct official government business. Her only public statements on the issue are unsworn.
we have not gotten to the bottom of it.
For example, the State Department admitted this week that 30 of 14,900 deleted emails recovered by the FBI from Hillary Clinton’s private email server may involve the 2012 attack on Benghazi, Libya. The Hill reports:
An undetermined number of those 30 emails were not included in the cache of 30,000 the former secretary of State voluntarily turned over to the State Department in 2014, government lawyers told U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta, according to multiple reports.
It was astonishing to me that it took a federal court hearing to force the State Department to disclose the details of the Benghazi material on Clinton’s “deleted” and “personal” emails. The federal court was skeptical of the Obama administration lawyers argument that the federal government needed 30 days to review and release 30 emails. In fact, the Court encouraged to move sooner and demanded a report on the progress of the review by Tuesday, September 6.
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