Federal Judge Rejects Biden Admin’s Plea to Drop Legal Case for Release of Russia Probe Documents – EVOL

A federal judge has rejected pleas from Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration to drop a legal case seeking to release documents related to the Russia Hoax probe.

The lawsuit was brought by Just the News against the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) concerning the release of FBI investigation records.

However, in a significant legal development, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon has refused to dismiss the case, despite demands from the Biden admin.

This lawsuit shines a light on the complexities surrounding the Presidential Records Act and the alleged “Russian collusion” with President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

The lawsuit, initiated by John Solomon, editor-in-chief of Just the News, challenges the withholding of materials that Trump declassified.

The case highlights a legal battle over public access to presidential records.

Judge Leon, who is presiding over the case, made a pivotal decision on March 29.

Leon’s ruling denied the DOJ and NARA’s motion to dismiss Solomon’s lawsuit without prejudice.

The judge indicated that the court will delve into the intricate issues surrounding the case in a forthcoming order.

The lawsuit argues that both the DOJ and NARA are circumventing the Presidential Records Act.




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