Judicial Watch sets sights on Mueller documents

Judicial Watch has set their sights on the actions of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team in the investigation into Michael Cohen. The JW Freedom of Information lawsuit is direct to obtain all documents related to the FBI midnight raid on defendant Cohen. There are a lot of us that would like to see what the reasoning was behind that intimidating action. Was it designed to intimidate?

As Written and Reported By Tom Fitton for Breitbart: 

In April, Special Counsel Mueller and the DOJ crossed yet another bridge too far, when Mueller recommended, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein approved, a raid on President Trump’s then-personal attorney’s home and office.

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At the time of the raid, I tweeted: “The raid is just one more reason to shut the Mueller operation down – it’s constitutionally suspect, ethically compromised, & frankly has no reason for being – given the fact that there’s no evidence of @RealDonaldTrump-Russia collusion.”

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Judicial Watch began an investigation that has resulted in another JW “Mueller oversight project” lawsuit.

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Justice Department for all records related to the April 9 raid on the office, home, and hotel room of Michael Cohen, then-personal attorney to President Donald Trump (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:18-cv-01466)). The suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia after the Justice Department lawlessly failed to respond to three separate FOIA requests.

On April 12, 2018, we sought from the Office of the Attorney General:

Any and all records of correspondence and communications between the Office of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the Office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller concerning, regarding, or relating to the April 9, 2018 raids on the office and hotel room of Michael Cohen.”

Also on April 12, 2018, we sent a second FOIA request for the following from the Executive Office for United States Attorneys:

  • The Search and Seizure Warrant executed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation at the office and hotel room of Michael Cohen on April 9, 2018.
  • The application for the above-referenced warrant and any affidavits submitted in support of the…..


Fitton: Judicial Watch Sues for Documents on Mueller’s Abusive Raid


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