Thursday, September 01, 2016

Judicial Watch Submits Email Questions to Hillary Clinton – Written Answers, Under Oath, Due September 29

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced it submitted questions to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton concerning her email practices. Clinton’s answers, under oath, are due on September 29. On August 19, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan granted Judicial Watch further discovery on the Clinton email matter and ordered Clinton to answer the questions “by no later than thirty days thereafter….” Under federal court rules, Judicial Watch is limited to twenty-five questions.

The questions are:

Describe the creation of the system, including who decided to create the system, the date it was decided to create the system, why it was created, who set it up, and when it became operational.

Describe the creation of your email account, including who decided to create it, when it was created, why it was created, and, if you did not set up the account yourself, who set it up for you.

When did you decide to use a email account to conduct official State Department business and whom did you consult in making this decision?


Anonymous said...

Wow! So she and her "crew" can sit down and figure out how to answer the questions so that she doesn't look even more guilty about the whole thing.
This is crazy.

Anonymous said...

There's a heck of a lot more than 29 questions in there.

Anonymous said...

Her standard answer will be, I don't recall.

Anonymous said...

If they are sent by email, they will be deleted.

Steve said...

Why do they give her the questions and give her 30 days to make up a great story? When I go ti trial, I have to answer the question presented to me right now! Then I get the next question.

Oh, I forgot.

TWO sets of laws. One for them, and the usual ones for us...