It was announced that Hillary's emails would not be released until after the election. It caused an outrage. Now, a deal being reached to speed up release of emails.
Last week, a judge ordered the processing under the Freedom of Information Act of a relatively meager 1,050 pages of the FBI-found emails before Election Day. Government lawyers say the FBI turned over about 5,600 work-related Clinton emails to the State Department beginning in July, although some are duplicates of records already processed and released.
During a court hearing in a separate FOIA lawsuit Monday, another judge pushed for a deal that could accelerate the release of those messages, perhaps three-fold, in advance of the Nov. 8 vote, in which Clinton is hoping to win the White House in a showdown with Donald Trump.
Acting on a case brought by Vice News journalist Jason Leopold, U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras ordered the two sides to try to work out a compromise to devote more of State's resources to processing Clinton's emails in the coming weeks, rather than other records Leopold has requested.
Contreras ordered both sides to report by Wednesday whether a deal can be reached to speed review of the FBI-found Clinton emails.
Deal Being Reached to Speed Up Release of Emails
Is the Hillary Clinton email cover up going to be ended? Will everyone finally get to see what they deserve? Hillary's emails.
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