The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice and Loretta Lynch, demanding to know what really happened on that plane. Just a few days after the meeting with Bill Clinton, the Justice Department dropped it’s investigation into Hillary’s emails. Lynch was supposed to make the final decision whether to charge Hillary for her various crimes.
Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ, says:
‘This Administration has gone out of its way to hide information from the American public – information that is extremely troubling,’ said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ in a statement.
‘The stakes are high. The American people deserve a Justice Department with integrity.’
From The Mail Online:
The ACLJ said it had already filed freedom of information requests to the Obama Justice Department and the FBI asking for details on the meeting. It said the FBI had acknowledged the request and agreed to expedite its processing, but the Justice Department had remained silent.
Lynch’s department said July 7 that it was formally closing its Clinton probe – largely a formality after Comey said the FBI was not pressing charges.
But now the ACLJ is demanding all messages that Lynch or her coworkers may have reviewed mentioning the rendezvous, names of everyone at the DOJ who has discussed the meeting, and any discussions about the press in relation to it, among other details.
Comey’s letter to Congress has left Clinton facing a political hullabaloo in the final days of the presidential race and dented her position in the polls.