The world intently watched the FBI’s investigation of former Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton.
The question was whether or not she sent classified information over a private server.
The FBI Director at the time, James Comey, said that although Clinton was “extremely careless” in handling classified information, he would not convict her on any accounts.
This was after he subpoenaed Clinton’s internet service providers for information.
Now, per the Daily Caller, Americans will get to see what Comey requested in the subpoenas:
U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg ordered the FBI to produce uncensored court documents describing the grand jury subpoenas issued to force Clinton’s internet service providers to turn over information related to her private server use, according to a statement released by Cause of Action Institute.
The ruling was made in response to a motion filed in June as part of a suit brought by Cause of Action Institute and Judicial Watch. The organizations claim the Department of State violated the Federal Records Act by failing to maintain records related to Clinton’s handling of classified information.
Boasberg justified his ruling on the basis that the set of documents in question “rehashes information already made public, thus obviating any need for secrecy.”
The lawsuit plaintiff praised the court’s decision saying, “Americans deserve to know the full scope of that information”:
Cause of Action President and CEO John J. Vecchione praised the decision in a statement released Thursday following the court’s ruling.
“I applaud the court’s opinion. The government attempted to end a case with evidence no one could review. This order makes public details submitted by the government about the FBI’s efforts to recover then-Secretary Clinton’s unlawfully removed emails,” he said. “Americans deserve to know the full scope of that investigation, and we, as Plaintiffs, should have an opportunity to contest the relevance of the government’s facts.”