Judicial Watch was one of the first organizations to discover the hidden use of Hillary Clinton’s private email account to keep activity hidden from public review.
As a consequence of a long standing Judicial Watch FIOA court battle over State Department documents relating to the private email and private server, Judicial Watch requested to depose Secretary Clinton to answer questions.
The request for direct deposition was denied by the court, choosing instead to first order questions be asked/answered in writing. Whereby: on August 19, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan granted Judicial Watch further discovery on the Clinton email matter and ordered Secretary Hillary Clinton to answer the questions “by no later than thirty days thereafter….”
Under federal court rules, Judicial Watch was limited to twenty-five questions. Today Judicial Watch submitted the questions, starting the 30 day clock for responses.