Judge tells State Department to release Clinton emails in batches
That news this morning about Hillary Clinton’s private email server, which she used instead of an official State Department address? That the department would be releasing 55,000 pages of her emails in January of 2016? That may no longer be true. Vice News, which previously filed a FOIA request for the emails, now reports that Judge Rudolph Contreras of the DC District Court has ordered the State Department to create a schedule to release the emails on a rolling basis.
They’ll also have to set a specific date for the emails relating to the 2012 attacks on a US compound in Benghazi, Libya — a major point of contention between Clinton and some Congressional Republicans; this could reportedly happen within “days or weeks.”
Source:: The Verge