“..For months, Hillary Clinton had been stonewalling Judicial Watch, who wanted to depose her in their FOIA lawsuit seeking information on her emails and private server. J.W. wanted to interview her in person and under oath.
Now a federal judge has ruled that Clinton must answer questions under oath posed by J.W., but she can do it in writing.
Judicial Watch will get Clinton under oath regarding the set-up of her outlaw server – something no other person, organization or agency has been ableto do, to date,” he said.
“We believe it is a victory for law and order to get Hillary Clinton under oath answering questions about the server setup and why she did it,” he said.
Clinton has had trouble explaining why she set up the private email server in the first place. She told the FBI that Colin Powell had suggested it to her over dinner, but Powell says he doesn’t recall any such conversation. If she changes that story, she can be arrested for lying to the FBI – a crime that sent Scooter Libby to jail. If she sticks with it, J.W. will no doubt depose Colin Powell and expose her lying under oath..” Judge orders Clinton to answer questions about email server
UPDATE….Its getting hot in here. More at the link below….
“…New revelations about what Hillary Clinton told the FBI about former secretary of state Colin Powell’s “advising” her on using private email may provide grounds to reopen the case for criminal prosecution against her.
Key aspects of the reports of “her story” told to the FBI seem to be disputed or at least called into question by Powell. These newly known public facts may show her intent to violate the law or her awareness that she was violating the law, which in criminal law terms is called mens rea, otherwise known as the guilty mind.
It is being reported that Clinton ally and author Joe Conason’s new book describes part of a welcome-to-the-club dinner conversation between Clinton and Powell this way: “Powell told [Hillary] to use her own email, as he had done, except for classified communications, which he had sent and received via a State Department computer.”
Powell’s spokeswoman responded with a statement that General Powell does not recall that specific conversation at the dinner party, hosted by Madeleine Albright…”