Two Federal Judges Lay Smackdown on IRS Over “Lost” Emails

Sunday, July 13, 2014
By Paul Martin

Lily Dane
The Daily Sheeple
July 12th, 2014

Two federal judges aren’t buying “the dog ate my emails” bs story the IRS is trying to sell.

Finally, we might be getting somewhere with this ridiculous scandal. Congress has been working on this for a year without much success, but on Thursday and Friday, the two U.S. District court judges ordered the IRS to start providing some answers.

On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ordered the IRS to provide – within a month – a declaration explaining exactly how the agency managed to “lose” two years’ worth of emails belonging to Lois Lerner.

Sullivan issued the order as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by Judicial Watch, a non-partisan watchdog group. He said the IRS declaration must be signed, under oath, by the appropriate IRS official.

“I’m going to hold tight to that Aug. 10 declaration,” Sullivan said.

Judge Sullivan also assigned John Facciola, a federal magistrate, to conduct his own query into whether there may be another way to obtain Lerner’s emails.

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