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FBI Covering For Hillary: Defies Court Order

Obama’s FBI is covering for Hillary.

The Washington Times is reporting that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is refusing to cooperate with a court order demanding information about Hillary Clinton’s e-mails server.

They won’t even tell the State Department if they’re even investigating the matter themselves.

District Judge Emmet Sullivan ordered the State Department to find out from the FBI what kind of information can be recovered from Hillary’s e-mail server that her lawyer turned over.

“At this time, consistent with long-standing Department of Justice and FBI policy, we can neither confirm nor deny the existence of any ongoing investigation, nor are we in a position to provide additional information at this time,” FBI General Counsel James A. Baker wrote in a letter dated Monday — a week after the deadline the Justice Department had set for the FBI to reply.

The conservative group Judicial Watch has been seeking access to the documents, citing Freedom of Information laws. They have said that at this point, nobody even knows what exactly was on the server that Hillary turned over, despite Clinton’s assertion she turned over all the e-mails.

“We still do not know whether the FBI — or any other government agency for that matter — has possession of the email server that was used by Mrs. Clinton and Ms. Abedin to conduct official government business during their four years of employment at the State Department,” Judicial Watch said.

“We also do not know whether the server purportedly in the possession of the FBI — an assumption based on unsworn statements by third parties — is the actual email server that was used by Mrs. Clinton and Ms. Abedin to conduct official government business during their four years of employment at the State Department or whether it is a copy of such an email server. Nor do we know whether any copies of the email server or copies of the records from the email server exist,” the group said in its own court filing Monday afternoon.