A federal judge on Thursday ordered additional fact-finding in the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to probe whether or not Clinton’s private email system, which she used during her four-year tenure as secretary of state, was a deliberate attempt to bypass the Freedom of Information Act. What are the details?
Government watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Defense on behalf of a Pentagon analyst who said he was stripped of his security clearance after raising concerns about contracts given to Stefan Halper, the FBI informant who spied on the Trump campaign according to a press release. “Mr. Lovinger was targeted because
Government watchdog Judicial Watch has discovered five additional emails containing classified information that flowed through former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her unsecure, non -“State.gov” email system. “These classified Hillary Clinton emails that she tried to hide or destroy show why it is urgent that the DOJ finally undertake a honest criminal investigation,”
The firing of Peter Strzok is another body blow to the credibility of Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation, government watchdog Judicial Watch said Monday. “Strzok, who hated President Trump, compromised both the Clinton and Trump investigations that saw Hillary Clinton protected and Donald Trump illicitly targeted. Strzok’s anti-Trump texts show the Russia investigation he
Posted by: R. Mitchell in In The News July 21, 2018 In response to Freedom of Information Act requests and a lawsuit filed by justice watchdog Judicial Watch, more than 400 pages were released that hold information the FBI and Department of Justice used to get Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants against former Trump
“I don’t understand why the Mueller operation is still going given the corruption evidence,” said Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton on Thursday. Appearing on Foxs’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fitton discussed the Mueller which is currently investigating alleged collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign team and Russia. In addition, Fitton also addressed FBI agent Peter Strzok’s testimony
“President Trump hit a home run with his nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. In a press statement following President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Fitton praised the picked saying that Trump stood up for the constitution and the rule
Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images by Tom Fitton28 Apr 2018Washington D.C0 28 Apr, 201827 Apr, 2018 The Justice Department Inspector General reportedly issued a criminal referral of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Washington, DC. The wheels of justice may have finally caught up with McCabe for repeatedly lying under oath to investigators.
AP/AFP Photos by Tom Fitton27 Apr 2018Washington D.C0 27 Apr, 201827 Apr, 2018 This has been an extraordinary last few weeks. It began with an abusive raid on the home and law office of President Trump’s long-time attorney Michael Cohen. And it ended with disclosures from the disgraced former FBI Director’s anti-Trump book and the
The Associated Press by AWR Hawkins15 Mar 20180 15 Mar, 201815 Mar, 2018 In a release issued on March 15, Judicial Watch reported that Broward County Operations documents direct deputies to confront an active shooter, which is what deputy Scot Peterson did not do when he arrived at building 12 of the Parkland high school.