OH YES HE DID: Judge Emmet Sullivan Seals All Video Interviews in Clinton Email CasePosted: May 26, 2016 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Law & Justice, Politics | Tags: Cheryl Mills, Democratic National Convention, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch, Republican National Committee, United States Department of Justice, United States Department of State 2 Comments
Julian Hattem reports: A federal judge is preventing the distribution of videotaped depositions as part of a lawsuit connected to Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
“The public has a right to know details related to the creation, purpose and use of the clintonemail.com system.”
— Judge Emmet Sullivan
In an order on Thursday evening, Judge Emmet Sullivan granted the request oflawyers for Clinton’s ex-chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, who had worried that video clips of her interview could be used for political purposes.
And Sullivan went further, ordering all videotaped depositions to remain sealed until he ordered otherwise. The move, he said in a brief order, was to “avoid unnecessary briefing” going forward.
Transcripts of the interviews, however, will be released.
[read the full text here, at TheHill]
“The public has a right to know details related to the creation, purpose and use of the clintonemail.com system,” Sullivan ruled.
The decision comes hours before Mills’s scheduled appearance before lawyers with conservative legal watchdog Judicial Watch to discuss the setup and use of Clinton’s bespoke email arrangement…(read more)
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