Court to hold hearing on Strzok-Page communication records

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US conservative activist group Judicial Watch announced that a federal court would hold a hearing Tuesday on Peter Strzok – Lisa Page communications.

According to a report released this month, “travel records of and communications between former Federal Bureau of Investigation employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page” have been processed in “inadequate” rate as since May 2018 only 6,035 out of approximately 20,000 pages of “potentially responsive records” have been processed. Therefore, the court is reportedly concerned about the processing rate and will hold a hearing on Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, stated that “the FBI has been slow rolling the release of Page-Strzok communications and is still hiding all their infamous text messages.”

“We hope the Court recognizes the public interest in ensuring the FBI quickly releases key documents about the biggest scandal in American history – the Spygate abuses targeting President Trump.”

Judicial Watch conducted its own investigation and found many documents revealing that former FBI officials tried to hide numerous law violations by top US government officials.

 


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