(WASHINGTON FREE BEACON) — The FBI has reopened a conservative organization’s request for information about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s meeting with President Bill Clinton after denying last year that there were any relevant records to disclose.
The American Center for Law and Justice’s Jordan Sekulow said Wednesday he has received a letter this week from the FBI’s chief of records management saying that the agency had determined that there may be “responsive” FBI records to the group’s Freedom of Information Act request last July and so he had reopened the case.
The agency told the ACLJ in October of last year, when the FBI was still under the direction of James Comey, that it had no records related to the infamous meeting between Lynch and Clinton on the Phoenix tarmac.
The letter reopening the FOIA dated Aug. 10 came after Sekulow pointed out in an appearance on Fox and on the ACLJ’s website that it had recently received documents from the Department of Justice (DOJ) showing that FBI emails and other agency documents exist about the tarmac meeting.
Please read more at the Washington Free Beacon…