Clinton Asks 11th Circ To Toss FOIA Suit Over Personal Email

By Steven Trader (November 20, 2015, 10:14 PM EST) -- Hillary Clinton urged the Eleventh Circuit Friday to side with a Florida district court that kicked out a prolific litigant's allegations that he was wrongly denied access to emails Clinton sent through her private account as secretary of state, on the grounds that he lacked standing.

Clinton told the Eleventh Circuit that the district court got it right by finding that Larry Klayman, who has sued Hillary and former President Bill Clinton on at least 16 other occasions, was not injured by having his Freedom of Information Act request for her emails denied, because Klayman had no property interest in the...

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