The FBI probably already has all Hillary Clinton’s emails for its ongoing investigation, but as far as the public seeing them, a judge has ruled that the State Department can stick to its snail’s pace schedule:
— The Hill (@thehill) November 13, 2015
The “drip drip” will remain just that for the time being:
A federal judge on Friday sided with the State Department against a conservative legal advocacy group trying to speed up the government’s release of some Hillary Clinton emails.
Judge Amit Mehta said that it would be “unwise and potentially risky” to order the government to quickly release some of the 329 emails specifically related to the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, which it had recently discovered.
The emails are already set to be released at some point next year.
@thehill Those emails — along with tens of thousands of others — are already on pace to be released by next February – Judge's reasoning
— ArchDriver (@archdriver) November 13, 2015
Conservatives lose? Clinton emails will continue to trickle out at their agonizingly slow pace. https://t.co/5se7cx2FW8
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) November 13, 2015
So basically emails will still be released just on schedule and not sooner. https://t.co/rJw9Z5SAb5
— Omni Force (@FullOmniForce) November 13, 2015
— Mike (@JustSayn2000) November 13, 2015
That is correct.
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