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Judge Rules Clinton May Be Forced To Answer Questions in Email Case

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A federal judge said Wednesday that it “may be necessary” to depose Hillary Clinton about the nature of her personal e-mail server, in a freedom-of-information lawsuit over the employment of top aide Huma Abedin.

Federal District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan made the observation in an order granting a plan for discovery by Judicial Watch, a Washington-based legal group seeking information about the arrangement that allowed Abedin to do outside work while she was working for Clinton at the State Department.




The question in the lawsuit is a narrow one — did the State Department do everything legally required when it searched for documents, in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, about the Abedin employment arrangement?

To get the answer, Sullivan said, “questions surrounding the creation, purpose, and use of the clintonemail.com server must be explored through limited discovery,” the legal term for gathering evidence in a civil lawsuit.

Judge Rules Clinton May Be Forced To Answer Questions in Email Case




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