Federal Judge Criticizes DOJ On CLINTON’S EMAIL Cover-up.
Judicial Watch just released the transcript today from their hearing on Thursday, September 13, 2019, where U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth granted significant new discovery to Judicial Watch on the Clinton email issue.
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During the hearing, Federal Judge Lamberth specifically raised concerns about Clinton’s email cache recently discussed in a letter to Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) and wants Judicial Watch to “shake the tree” on this issue and cough up valuable evidence connecting Hilary Clinton to treason.
The following is from Judicial Watch:
Judge Lamberth also criticized the State Department’s handling and production of Clinton’s emails in this case stating, “There is no FOIA [Freedom Of Information Act] exemption for political expedience, nor is there one for bureaucratic incompetence”.
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In the beginning of their oral arguments, lawyers for the State Department wrongfully stated that Judicial Watch could no longer continue their discovery. The court stopped their arguments saying that Judicial Watch can continue to find more evidence in this case.
The following conversation took place between the state department and the Court.
STATE DEPARTMENT: … it is, of course, Judicial Watch’s burden to explain to Your Honor why there has been good cause to reopen discovery now that discovery has closed in this case.
STATE DEPARTMENT: it is, of course, Judicial Watch’s burden to explain to Your Honor why there has been good cause to reopen discovery now that discovery has closed in this case.
THE COURT: Well, I didn’t close discovery. So your premise is wrong.
STATE DEPARTMENT: Fair enough, Your Honor. Whether you want to call it closed or not, it is still.
THE COURT: I didn’t close it. I said I would have a status after they took this initial discovery, and that’s what I’m doing today. I didn’t close discovery.
STATE DEPARTMENT: That’s right, Your Honor, but it is still Judicial Watch’s duty to find out more.
THE COURT: So they don’t need any good cause, the judge replied.
The Court session ended with the Judge urging the Judicial Watch to find more information if they intend to “nail down” Hilary Clinton, And also warned the DOJ about more fraudulent acts concerning Her emails.
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