WASHINGTON: “Watchdog groups are pushing back against the U.S. government’s motion to dismis s a case brought against former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and the U.S. archivist in hopes of recove ring all of Clinton’s email records that were “unlawfully removed #AceNewsDesk – @AceNewsSer vices

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#AceNewsReport – May.17: Unlawfully Removed — Cause of Action Institute and Judicial Watch, both D.C.-based government watchdog groups, filed its opposition against the motion to dismiss on Friday in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia Free Beacon and Judicial Watch reports #AceNewsDesk

Cause of Action Institute and Judicial Watch, both D.C.-based government watchdog groups, filed its opposition against the motion to dismiss on Friday in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

Cause of Action said that the government’s motion to dismiss revealed that the FBI had issued grand jury subpoenas related to Clinton’s Blackberry accounts during its investigation. “The subpoenas confirm that the FBI investigation of Secretary Clinton was criminal in nature, but details about the scope of the subpoenas remains unknown,” Cause of Action said.

John Vecchione, president of the Cause of Action Institute, said it’s the agency’s duty to…

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