The Epoch Times reported Monday that Judicial Watch has obtained documents from the FBI through Freedom of Information Act requests that show special treatment toward Hillary Clinton lawyer David Kendall during the investigation into Clinton’s emails.
According to the internal FBI messages, Kendall was allowed to file one letter instead of two forms for two separate document requests. Kendall was also tipped off more than a week before sensitive documents about Clinton’s emails were made public.
The documents also revealed that Clinton’s lawyers may not have had the proper security clearance to read classified information in her emails. The FBI did give her lawyers access to them anyway, however.
In addition, four witness statements were never documented at all by the FBI, according to other documents. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement that the special treatment and document omissions made the investigation “a joke,” and that Attorney General William Barr (can’t re-open the investigation fast enough.”
The documents included messages and emails to and from
The new information came from 218 pages of messages between former FBI counterintelligence executive Peter Strzok and former bureau lawyer Lisa Page, who were having an affair at the time of the correspondence.
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