On Monday, a federal court will hear from government watchdog Judicial Watch regarding their Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that seeks the release of emails from former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
According to the lawsuit, Judicial Watch is specifically seeking emails “relating to official United States Government business sent to or from” Johnson.
Homeland Security was bound by law to respond to Judicial Watch's FOIA request by December 29, 2015. However, the agency claims that the emails requested are inaccessible, which is ridiculous, and too troublesome to recover, which is probably closer to the truth.
Judicial Watch reports:
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