Judicial Watch goes after Comey-Mueller communications!

Judicial Watch has a new target in its Freedom of Information lawsuits against the Department of Justice. They have asked the question that no one has asked before. Former FBI Director James Comey wrote memos about all of his meetings with Donald Trump. When he was fired from his position by the President, he had selected memos leaked to the press via a friend. The aim of those leaks was to get a punitive special counsel appointed to investigate the President. Somehow, his good friend and associate Robert Mueller got appointed to that position. What sort of communications went on between the two of them? Judicial Watch is on the case. 

As Written and Reported By Kathryn Blackhurst for Lifezette:

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice (DOJ) seeking documents regarding James Comey’s communications with special counsel Robert Mueller about the former FBI director’s private conversations with President Donald Trump, the watchdog group said Friday.

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At least two of Comey’s memos to himself about his conversations with President Donald Trump contained classified information, The Wall Street Journal first reported Friday. Although Comey redacted portions of one of the memos before sending it to his friend, Colombia Law School professor Daniel Richman, the other memo contained un-redacted elements the FBI later classified as “confidential.”

Judicial Watch filed its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit to obtain records of Comey’s discussions with Mueller about those memos.

“Did Comey improperly funnel his dishonest memos and collude with the Mueller special counsel operation as part of a vendetta against President Trump?” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement Friday. “Why is the DOJ still protecting James Comey and the out-of-control Mueller operation?”

Judicial Watch requested that DOJ turn over “all records of communications between former FBI Director James Comey and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, or members of SC Mueller’s investigative committee, relating to the …..

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Judicial Watch Sues for Comey-Mueller Communications

 

 

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