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ACLJ Submits Clinton-Lynch Docs to Senate

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We just delivered 413 pages of documents on the clandestine Clinton-Lynch meeting to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.

These documents – relevant to the Committee’s ongoing oversight of former Obma Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and specifically her role in the criminal investigation of former Secretary Hillary Clinton – were received as a result of our litigation against the Department of Justice for failing to comply with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

In addition to the FOIA-obtained documents, we also provided the Senate Judiciary Committee a complete timeline of the most relevant communications and events that occurred after Attorney General Lynch secretly met with former President Bill Clinton on June 27, 2016, on the Phoenix Airport tarmac.

This timeline and these documents include evidence of:

  • Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s alias email account;
  • Numerous redactions, including main “talking points,” in circumvention of FOIA;
  • Comey-led FBI lies on the existence of requested documents;
  • DOJ-Media collusion;
  • A White House connection; and
  • Revelations that Obama-loyalists are now investigating themselves.

In our letter, we urged the Senate Judiciary Committee “to thoroughly complete their oversight in order to ensure the American people that our judicial system is indeed blindly applicable to everyone.”

As we’ve stated previously, we will continue “preparing direct legal action to get the unredacted documents – the talking points and spin that the DOJ bureaucracy still doesn’t want the American people to see. We are winning. The truth will come out and those responsible will be held accountable.”

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