Saturday, December 17, 2016

Huma Abedin Asks Judge to Expose FBI Director Comey’s Warrants

Eleven days before the Election, FBI Director Comey released a letter aimed at convincing voters that he was reopening an investigation into Clinton’s emails, only to have it exposed as instead being an unrelated investigation into former Congressman Weiner.

Comey is now viewed as having affected the Election against Clinton.

But now longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin, who is married to Weiner, is seeking legal action aimed at exposing Comey’s malfeasance.

The legal action against Comey began when Holocaust Attorney Randol Schoenberg sued the FBI in the hope of forcing Comey’s warrants to be made public.

Neither she nor Weiner ever got FBI warrants for e-mails discovered on her separated spouses computer system raising concerns about whether FBI warrants to open the computer and for the e-mails were ever released, and if so to whom, in violation of their civil rights.

Abedin is joining that legal battle, asking the Manhattan Federal Judge Kevin Castelto to make the warrants public to guarantee the FBI had correct cause to open the computer and examine the e-mails.

Abedin says that neither she nor her estranged husband Weiner was ever given access to the warrant in question, as reported by Newsweek, in violation of their civil rights.

Comey then got a second warrant to read Clinton's emails found on the computer, saying they could be new evidence of classified documents.

Then he released a followup letter acknowledging they were duplicates of existing emails, but by that time the narrative of the Election had already shifted.

The Judge in question was already considering making Comey’s warrant public, and had already demanded that it be delivered to him so he could study it, according to earlier Reuters reporting.

But with Abedin now joining the legal effort to expose the warrant, and positioning herself as an aggrieved party, it could increase the odds that the Judge makes the warrant(s) public.

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