Freedom of Information Act
Topic: Freedom of Information Act
Judicial Watch sued on behalf of an employee of the Department of Defense who was fired for questioning contracts given to a 'spygate' personality, as well as contracts given to friends of Chelsea Clinton's.
The FBI published Uranium One records but held back 37 pages. Network media are only telling the part of the story that everyone already knows.
Judicial Watch ramped up their efforts to obtain evidence believed to tie Hillary Clinton to a lot nastier things on Weiner’s laptop than classified emails.
Documents turned over to Judicial Watch continue to suggest that the investigation was looking to achieve a predetermined conclusion without consideration of the evidence.
Instead of holding hearings and forcing the government to defend its evidence under examination, the warrants were issued simply on the basis of written applications.
FBI has been using legal loopholes to avoid proving they checked Steele’s fantasies before appearing in front of the FISA court for warrants. They may come up ‘empty handed.’
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