NEW INFO: Is This Another Cover Up By The FBI?

The Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) probably has a few loopholes, and the FBI seems determined to dive through this one. FOIA requests regarding the documents exchanged between the Congress and the Bureau. The requests have been denied because, get this, not enough people are interested. Apparently, if you do not show up at their headquarters with pitchforks and burning torches, there has not been enough interest to justify their trouble. Is this another cover up? You would think that all of the Hillary Clinton emails that were destroyed, as well as the rogue server in the restroom, did not cause any curiosity to be generated? 

As Written by Alex Pappas for Fox News:

The FBI is declining to turn over files related to its investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails by arguing a lack of public interest in the matter.

Ty Clevenger, an attorney in New York City, filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in March of 2016 asking for a variety of documents from the FBI and the Justice Department, including correspondence exchanged with Congress about the Clinton email investigation.

But in a letter sent this week and obtained by Fox News, the head of the FBI’s Records Management Division told Clevenger that the bureau has “determined you have not sufficiently demonstrated that the public’s interest in disclosure outweighs personal privacy interests of the subject.”

“Therefore, records regarding your subject are withheld pursuant to FOIA exemptions,” David M. Hardy of the FBI’s Records Management Division told Clevenger.

Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016, was investigated by the FBI for using a private email address and server to handle classified information while serving as secretary of state…………


FBI shuts down request for files on Hillary Clinton by citing lack of public interest | Fox News

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