Congress officially requested the President make moves to prosecute Hillary Clinton’s private server team for non-compliance following what’s reportedly been “obstructing a congressional investigation into its actions for more than a year,” per Free Beacon.
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), Chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, has requested that Trump’s Department of Justice take official action against Platte River Networks CEO Treve Suazo.
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“The Committee is referring Mr. Treve Suazo, CEO of Platte River Networks, to the Department of Justice for prosecution under federal laws pertaining to failing to produce subpoenaed documents, making false statements to Congress regarding possession of documents, and obstructing Congress,” Smith said in a statement.
“Platte River Networks, a company hired by former Secretary Hillary Clinton, has deliberately withheld requested materials from the Committee and refused to comply with lawfully issued subpoenas,” Smith alleged. “With a new administration in place, I am hopeful that the Department of Justice will appropriately respond to the referral. We cannot allow companies with valuable information to stonewall us in our oversight efforts.”
There’s a new sheriff in town, boys. Time to fulfill those federal subpoenas.