Anthony Weiner will be compelled to go to court as the Judicial Watch announced today that a hearing will be held tomorrow regarding its Freedom of Information Act ( FOIA) lawsuit seeking to see emails sent or received from Hillary Clinton's scandalous private email server during her term as Secretary of State.
Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State from February 2009 to January 31, 2013, and prominently included in the emails to be discussed in the court are those of Clinton close aide Huma Abedin that were discovered on the laptop of her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner.
Judicial Watch also seeks to find the answers to the timing of the release of Clinton's emails that were recovered by the FBI in its probe of Hillary's supposedly illegal use of a private server while dealing with highly-sensitive and confidential issues concerning national security and foreign relations matters in the course of her duty as Secretary of State. The controversy on the private email server scandal affirmed the public's apprehensions and doubts on the trustworthiness of Hillary, and observers say may have contributed to her humiliating loss to Trump.
The State Department has previously been ordered to produce documents to the Judicial Watch organization, and currently continues to process 500 pages per month from disk one of seven available disks. In the hearing tomorrow, the State Department must address the number of documents subject to FOIA on the remaining disks.
Weiner is a former Democrat House of Representatives member who was involved in several sexual scandal cases involving sexting, or sending explicit or obscene sexual material by cellphone. The first case occurred in 2011 dubbed by some as the 'Weinergate' which resulted to his resignation from Congress. The last allegedly happened in 2015 but was publicized in 2016 led to his eventual separation with Abedin, one of Hillary's most trusted associates.