Judge Orders FBI To Release Some Clinton Docs

Judge Orders FBI To Release Some Clinton Docs
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A federal judge has ordered the FBI to release new details regarding the subpoenas the bureau issued during the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.

On Thursday, James Boasberg, a judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, ruled in favor of watchdog groups Cause of Action and Judicial Watch, which are suing the government for failing to properly preserve the former secretary of state and failed presidential candidate's emails.

"The 2016 presidential election may have come and gone, but Plaintiffs Judicial Watch and Cause of Action Institute's quest for Hillary Clinton's emails lives on," Boasberg wrote in the order. "As most readers will remember, Clinton used private email accounts during her tenure as Secretary of State, embroiling the government in myriad Freedom of Information Act suits."

"In this case, however, Plaintiffs have taken a different tack, alleging a violation of the Federal Records Act," he wrote. "That is, they claim Defendants State Department and the National Archives and Records Administration failed to maintain records of Clinton’s emails and must now seek the Department of Justice's Case assistance in their recovery."
 Source: Washington Free Beacon
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