Clinton Emails: Judge Rejects State Dept’s Proposed 2016 Release [VIDEO]

A federal judge has rejected the State Department’s suggestion to hold back until January 2016 to release over 50,000 e-mails composed by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, ordering instead a “rolling production” of files every two months.

In response to Freedom of Information Act Litigation filed by Vice News, the State Department on Monday filed a declaration with Washington D.C.’s US District Court claiming that the procedure of reviewing the e-mails is so arduous and time consuming that it should have until January, 15 2016 to release them.

Judge Rudolph Contreras ruled against that request ordering the section has 26 to create a fresh production schedule for the releasing Clinton’s e-mails.