Judicial Watch announced on Friday that they’ve filed a lawsuit to get their hands on the FBI’s records covering the Hillary Clinton email investigation. They want 1) All the interview summaries on the case, called “FD-302” forms; 2) all communications FBI employees, agents, and representatives made about the investigation; and 3) records on Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s June 27 meeting with Clinton’s husband, Bill Clinton.
You’ll probably remember that the AG and the former president crossed paths at a Phoenix, Arizona airport. They said it was an accidental meeting, and that they only made small talk. They insisted that they said nothing about the FBI’s then-ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton’s purported mishandling of official emails. But this got a lot of bad press to say the least. Critics said it showed that the Clinton’s were exerting undue influence on the feds.