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Judge Refuses Attorney Request for Evidentiary Hearing on FBI Seth Rich Document Search – But Provides No Reason Why – Judicial Watch Now Requesting Documents
After getting caught lying to the Courts and claiming there were no documents related to Seth Rich, emails between FBI Deep State lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were uncovered with the title “Seth Rich” by Judicial Watch in a different matter.
Next the FBI claimed the Strzok-Page emails were redacted to protect the investigation they claim never happened.
After bringing in the US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York to argue against an evidentiary hearing on the matter, the judge denied attorney Ty Clevenger’s request for an evidentiary hearing but provided no explanation for the verdict.
Fortunately, Judicial Watch filed a request for this information on the same day and therefore the request to get to the truth is still alive.
We reported two weeks ago how Attorney Ty Clevenger reported to the courts that despite numerous assurances from the FBI that they had no information related to Seth Rich, the FBI had been caught after emails related to Seth Rich were identified and provided to Judicial Watch. It looked like the FBI was lying to him all this time. (See timeline below).
In response, the DOJ immediately stepped in with a letter to the judge. In this letter the DOJ claimed the FBI had met its burden and its search would have located emails “of investigative significance”:
▶Anonymous 02/14/20 (Fri) 08:59:44f03e31 (2) No.8134589
MUNICH (AP) — A senior U.S. official said Friday the United States and the Taliban have reached a truce agreement that will take effect “very soon” and could lead to withdrawals of American troops from Afghanistan.
The official said the agreement for a seven-day “reduction in violence” to be followed by the start of all-Afghan peace talks within 10 days is “very specific” and covers the entire country including Afghan forces.