AFMG: Attorney Ty Clevenger Files Federal Lawsuit Against FBI & DOJ Seeking Records on Seth Rich

America First Media Group’s Attorney Ty Clevenger has filed a Federal Lawsuit today against the FBI and the Department of Justice.

“This morning I filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that asks a federal judge in Brooklyn to order the FBI and Department of Justice to release records concerning the murder of former Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich.

Back in October, I wrote about the U.S. Department of Justice ordering the U.S. Attorney’s Office in D.C. to release records about the murder, but since that time not a single record has been produced. Around the same time, the FBI refused to search for records in it’s Washington, D.C. Field Office, even though that is where the records are most likely to be found. The lawsuit notes that the FBI has a history of trying to hide records from FOIA requestos and Congress.

I also asked the court to order the National Security Administration to release all of it’s communications with members of Congress regarding Seth Rich, Julian Assange, and Kim Dotcom, among others.

As you are probably aware, Mr. Rich’s parents filed a suit this week against Fox News, producer Malia Zimmerman, and frequent guest Ed Butowsky. I think that was a serious tactical error. All of the defendants now have the legal right to subpoena documents and witnesses, and you can be sure they will use that power aggressively.”

Clevenger known as one of the most aggressive Conservative Attorney’s in America. If anyone can get the DOJ to open up to the truth, it’s Clevenger.

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Matt Couch is the founder of America First Media & Investigations and a contributor for the D.C. Chronicle. You can follow Matt on Twitter @RealMattCouch