Lawsuit Filed Over Jeh Johnson’s Private Emails 

Jeh Johnson was President Barack Obama’s Secretary of Homeland Security. Can you believe that he used a private email account to do Homeland Security business? Just how secure does that sound to you? Judicial Watch has received no answers to it FOIA requests and has now brought a lawsuit to get access to these emails that have been hidden or withheld. There seems to be a common theme here when it comes to national security. Under the Democrat regime, national security takes a back seat to keeping your activities hidden from the citizens.  

As Written By Ethan Barton for the Daily Caller:

Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for emails former Secretary Jeh Johnson and three other top agency officials sent or received from personal email accounts, the nonprofit government watchdog group announced Friday.

The lawsuit was filed after DHS produced no records in response to a Dec. 29, 2015, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for the emails. A federal court hearing is scheduled for Monday, May 1.

“The agency claims the emails are essentially inaccessible and it is too troublesome to recover them,” Judicial Watch said in a statement.

“Judicial Watch previously obtained and made public 215 pages of documents containing official emails sent through the private, unsecured email accounts of Johnson, former DHS Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, former Chief of Staff Christian Marrone, and former General Counsel Steven Bunnell,” the statement continued…….

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Judicial Watch Sues DHS Over Jeh Johnson’s Private Emails | The Daily Caller

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