Judicial Watch is a public interest law firm that is renowned for filing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits to gain access to government documents that frequently incriminate public officials. When it comes to Hillary Clinton and her associates, pursuing such cases must be a full time job for numerous staff attorneys as well as who knows how many support staff. Such is the magnitude of her corruption and the paper trail that must exist.
In yet one more victory for Judicial Watch, they are about to get their hands on a portion of Hillary’s infamous emails that somehow made it to Huma Abedin’s estranged husband Anthony Weiner’s laptop computer.
In fact, the court has ordered that the FBI turn over about 7,000 such emails to the State Department for subsequent forwarding to Judicial Watch. As Judicial Watch continues to pursue this matter it is still possible for Hillary to find herself in serious trouble, partly for leaking classified materials to private individuals.
“The FBI has turned over 7,000 new documents from Anthony Weiner’s private laptop to the State Department as part of a watchdog group’s lawsuit related to last year’s Hillary Clinton email case.
“Judicial Watch and State Department representatives appeared in federal court in Washington, D.C., on Thursday over the group’s Freedom of Information Act suit seeking Clinton emails from her tenure at the State Department.
“It emerged during the hearing that the 7,000 new documents were turned over. The trove is expected to contain some emails sent by Weiner’s estranged wife, Clinton aide Huma Abedin.”
We know the whole bunch of them are crooked. What remains to be seen is if Hillary will ever stand trial for her myriad of alleged crimes.
Part of the problem is that the number of documents, including these 7,000, is so huge that at the current processing rate, it will take years for all of them to be turned over.
“The State Department was ordered in November to turn over 500 pages of Clinton-related documents a month to Judicial Watch.
“But Fitton is not satisfied with the speed of the process, especially now that another 7,000 documents are being added to the pile.
“‘This pushes this out until 2020 and beyond,’ Fitton told Fox News after the hearing Thursday. ‘Production is slow because the legal counsel is a holdover from the Obama administration—the folks that are responsible for slow-rolling this are still here.'”
This all sounds sort of “Clintonesque,” doesn’t it? Run out the clock until a different administration is in charge, or some statue of limitation prevents prosecution, or because people get bored with it all. Then the whole thing just gets dropped. At least we’re quite sure that’s one of Hillary’s hopes.
Perhaps the aggressive attorneys at Judicial Watch will insure that this case against Hillary doesn’t just atrophy and disappear from the national consciousness.
Source: Fox News