Jan 21, 2020

Federal Court Grants Hearing on DOJ “Fast and Furious” Documents to Judicial Watch | Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch announced that a hearing will be held on July 8 before Judge John D. Bates regarding its motion to lift the indefinite stay of proceedings in its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking access to those “Operation Fast and Furious” documents that the Obama Administration refuses to produce to Congress claiming that the records are protected by executive privilege.

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