Judicial Watch sues FBI for records on obtaining banking information on people in DC on Jan. 6

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Judicial Watch said Tuesday it filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation for records of communication between the Department of Justice and several financial organizations for alleged financial transactions made by people in the Washington D.C. area on the days surrounding the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

The conservative judicial watchdog group said the FBI refused to confirm or deny the existence of such documents. The lawsuit filed Tuesday was created after the FBI failed to respond to another open record request on Feb. 10, 2021.

“We want the details on what looks to be an unprecedented abuse of the financial privacy of countless innocent Americans by big banks and the FBI,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. “The FBI’s stonewalling and non-denial denial of our request speak volumes.” more

8 Comments on Judicial Watch sues FBI for records on obtaining banking information on people in DC on Jan. 6

  1. Judicial Watch continues to fight the war! You’ve got to be impressed with Tom Fitton and the rest of those guys!

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  2. I approve. However, what do you think will be the result? My guess is that there will be proven misconduct and the DOJ will ignore it. Same old, same old.

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  3. Holy shit…this is officially out of control…

    Banking records?

    We know someone that went…SHE wouldn’t hurt a fly…

    What BULLSHIT.

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  4. Judicial Watch doing what our “elected representatives” in the The House and Senate are unwilling and fail to do.

    Judicial Watch does more for “We the People” than the House or Senate.

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