A federal judge ruled Friday to grant more depositions and document requests in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, and Clinton herself could be next, Judicial Watch reported. The watchdog agency has already deposed several Clinton staffers about her use of a private email server to send and receive classified information.
The judge gave Clinton and her former aide, now her lawyer, Cheryl Mills 30 days to submit their opposition to being deposed in court and under oath. “The court rejected Justice and State Department arguments to protect Clinton and the agencies from additional discovery,” Judicial Watch wrote in a statement on its website.
Judicial Watch has spent years digging into the email scandal and has made many discoveries about the issue public. Some of the most recent discovery requests involve a cache of 30,000 emails that Clinton and staff members pulled from discovery claiming they were personal in nature.
The group also wants to see an after-action memo by Heather Samuelson that may give information about what Clinton and staff members knew about the emails and server, and when they knew it.
Democrats want people to think the Clinton email problem is over with, but Judicial Watch is not giving up trying to nail Clinton to the wall over her indiscretions. Good for them.
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