Investigators are Calling for Hillary’s Benghazi Emails – They Know There’s More!



Federal Judges have ordered the State Department to look harder for any emails that may be connected to the Benghazi investigation that may have been sent or received from Hillary or her aides.

The emails are requested on behalf of a Judicial Watch (a Conservative Watchdog group) under a Freedom of information request. What it shows is that there is a serious doubt as to whether all pertinent documents have been handed over.

This is what at least half of the country have been waiting for. Something has been going on in government and it’s wrong, and justice needs to be done. The government of the United States has been disgraced by the actions of our elected leaders.

When these email finally get recovered, will they lead to larger crimes and cover ups? With news that former Attorney General, Loretta Lynch was using the fake email “Elizabeth Carlisle”, it’s known that other members of government were also using aliases.  If the initial investigation only covered email with Hillary Clinton in them, the fake names could have easily been hidden.

Washington (CNN)A federal judge has ordered the State Department to search for any additional Benghazi-related emails then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have sent or received from aides Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills or Jake Sullivan at their addresses.

Judge Amit Mehta, who was nominated by former President Barack Obama, ruled that the State Department should search the emails as well, noting “this matter is a far cry from a typical FOIA case. Secretary Clinton used a private email server, located in her home, to transmit and receive work-related communications during her tenure as secretary of state.”
The judge has ordered a status report by September 22.
The order, signed Tuesday, came after conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch’s lawsuit for Benghazi emails.
The group argued that the State Department’s search of her emails wasn’t good enough, saying only external sources were searched — including the 30,000 emails turned over to the State Department by Clinton, FBI’s search of Clinton’s private email server and emails turned over by Mills, Abedin, and Sullivan.
The State Department argued that a search of the emails is unlikely to turn up anything additional.
Politico first reported the judge’s order Wednesday.
Clinton’s emails were a subject of controversy during her 2016 presidential campaign after it was revealed that she used a private email server during her tenure at the State Department.
Clinton has cited the controversy, particularly former FBI Director James Comey’s decision in late October to tell Congress the bureau was looking at emails thought to be potentially related to the investigation into her use of the server, as a key reason for why she lost.