Will Google release Hillary's bleach bit emails today?

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Judicial Watch has announced it has sent the powerhouse Google a subpoena. Authorized by a DC federal court, the subpoena asks Google to produce “all Clinton emails from a Google account believed to contain former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.”

The subpoena is the result of reports that “Platte River Networks’ IT specialist Paul Combetta reportedly used the Google account to transfer Clinton’s emails from a laptop to a Platte River server, then used BleachBit to remove any traces of the emails from the laptop.”

The subpoena requests emails from Clinton’s entire time at State, from January 2009 to February 2013, and is due to be handed over by May 13th. The newest subpoena for Google is part of Judicial Watch’s lawsuit, Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State which is devoted to seeking “records concerning ‘talking points or updates on the Benghazi attack.”

As a refresher, back in August 2019 U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth “raised concern about Clinton’s Gmail cache and ordered Judicial Watch to ‘shake this tree’ on the issue” according to Judicial Watch. Judge Lamberth referred to Senator Grassley’s statement as a defense to continue the investigation, or to “shake this tree:”