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Pat Smith, Charles Woods ask court to enter default judgment against Hillary Clinton

Oct 11, 2016 — Freedom Watch

Washington, D.C., Today, Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch, and a former federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, filed a motion for default judgment, in the lawsuit brought by the parents of Tyrone Woods and Sean Smith in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (Civil Action No. 16-cv-01606).

“As set forth in the pleadings, which can be found at, Defendant Hillary Clinton has attempted to evade service of process of the complaint and lied to the court. Not only has she not to this day answered the complaint, resulting already in a default having been entered against her by the clerk of the court, she has also flouted the court’s process. This is consistent with her general lack of honesty and disrespect for the rule of law, which is now well documented,” stated Klayman.

Whose job will it be to fix ObamaCare? Everyone but Obama, says Obama

Jun 15, 2015 — Freedom Watch

If the Supreme Court rules against the Obama Administration in the King v. Burwell case, what they’ll be deciding is that ObamaCare means what it says—and people are only eligible for federal subsidies to their health premiums if they bought the policies on state-run exchanges.

Larry Klayman pushes for contempt proceedings against Clinton, aide

Mar 6, 2015 — Freedom Watch

The fight over Hillary Clinton’s private email system is moving to the courts as a conservative legal activist presses for contempt proceedings against the former secretary of state and one of her top aides.

Hold Hillary Clinton and Obama State Department in criminal contempt over private e-mail account

Mar 4, 2015 — Freedom Watch

Washington, D.C.—Larry Klayman, Esq., the founder of Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch and a former federal prosecutor at the U.S. Department of Justice, announced today that he is filing motions for orders to show cause why Hillary Clinton and the Obama State Department should not be held in criminal contempt for lying to various courts (and obstructing justice) over their responses to FOIA Requests seeking records concerning Hillary Clinton’s role as Secretary of State in releasing information about Israeli war plans and methods to eliminate the Iranian nuclear weapons of mass destruction programs and the decision-making process in her granting waivers to companies, countries and other interests (i.e. Freedom Watch v. Clinton, et. al 14-5174 (D.C. Circuit); Freedom Watch v. Clinton et. al (13-CD-419) (M.D.FL.); Freedom Watch v. Clinton et. al (15-5048) (D.C. Circuit). In the course of responding to Freedom Watch’s FOIA Requests, the Obama State Department at the direction of Secretary Clinton lied to these courts, telling them that they did not have any such emails or other documents. This also amounts to criminal obstruction of justice.

H. Clinton likely released classified documents to thwart Israeli preemptive military attack on Iran

Mar 3, 2015 — Freedom Watch

(Washington, D.C.). Today, Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch and a former federal prosecutor read with interest a front page story of March 2, 2015, in The Washington Post by Anne Gearan titled “Clinton, Netanyahu Have a Complicated History.” One reason for this complicated relationship could be the likely complicit release by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of classified information during a critical stage of the Iranian nuclear negotiations of Israeli war plans to eliminate the Iranian nuclear program.

Freedom Watch demands U.S. military’s rules of engagement be changed before United States enters war

Aug 28, 2013 — Freedom Watch

(Washington, D.C.) Today, the Obama administration signaled that it intends to enter the civil war in Syria by commencing bombing operations as early as this Thursday. Notwithstanding that only Congress can declare war and any such action to the contrary would be illegal under the U.S. Constitution, should hostilities commence, the U.S. military must operate under new rules of engagement to avoid continued excessive fatalities and severe injuries among our armed forces in the Middle East.