“Judicial Watch vs State Department” Paul Orfanedes On Email Scandal

Video presentation by Paul Orfanedes, Director of Litigation for Judicial Watch‘s (JW) presentation at FDN’s Executive Luncheon in August, with new revelations about their FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) email requests of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

It appears as though the Clinton Email Saga just keeps getting deeper.




Leslie Dutton, Executive Producer, Full Disclosure Network and Paul Orfanedes, Judicial Watch Director of Litigation at the Full Disclosure Network             Critical Issues Executive Forum in August 2016.

Paul J. Orfanedes
heads Judicial Watch’s Litigation Department and has been with Judicial Watch since its inception. Paul is a distinguished civil litigator who has argued in front of the Supreme Court and in the federal appeal courts on behalf of Judicial Watch and its clients.As Director of Litigation, he has been a spokesperson for Judicial Watch with his legal commentary appearing in major radio and print media outlets. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of the Legal Department, Paul is Corporate Secretary and Treasurer of Judicial Watch. He is also member of the Board of Directors.

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