Judicial Watch Sues For Records of Biden Classified Materials Stored at Penn Biden Center

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Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, has recently taken legal action by filing a lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) against the Defense Department.

The purpose of this lawsuit is to obtain documents related to a Biden staffer who was allegedly involved in Joe Biden’s scandal concerning stolen classified documents.

In October, the House Oversight Committee disclosed that five individuals employed at the White House were implicated in the case involving Biden’s acquisition of stolen classified documents.

It has been alleged that Joe Biden unlawfully obtained SCIF-designated classified documents and inadequately stored them at the Penn Biden Center.

Biden also stored classified documents in his garage next to his Corvette where his son Hunter had access to the sensitive materials.

Joe Biden’s lawyer’s Boston office had nine boxes of documents removed, and their contents are unknown because the National Archives is allegedly covering up for Biden. Furthermore, Joe Biden allegedly withheld information from the Senate Intel Committee.

In November 2022, it was reported that Obama-Biden administration documents were discovered in a locked closet at the Penn Biden Center by Biden’s attorney while packing files before closing out the office. However, this timeline provided by Biden’s attorney is disputed.

Kathy Chung, Joe Biden’s former assistant as Vice President, testified to the House Oversight Committee in April about the mishandling of classified documents by Biden during his time as Vice President. She claimed that White House Counsel Dana Remus instructed her to retrieve boxes of classified documents from the Penn Biden Center as early as May 2022.

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit seeking communications involving Kathy Chung, a staffer for Joe Biden. New information released by the House Oversight Committee contradicts Joe Biden’s timeline.

Annie Tomasini, Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President and Director of Oval Office Operations, went to Penn Biden Center on March 18, 2021, to inventory President Biden’s documents and materials.

Judicial Watch reported:

Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense for documents regarding a key Biden staffer allegedly involved in the handling of Joe Biden’s materials housed at Penn Biden Center (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Defense (No. 1:23-cv-03836)).

The lawsuit was filed over an October 18, 2023, request for:

Records and communications of Kathy Chung, Deputy Director of Protocol, Office of the Secretary of Defense, including emails, email chains, email attachments, text messages, voice recordings, correspondence, letters, logs, calendar entries, calendar meetings, memoranda, reports, regarding:

1. Communications with Dana Remus, email address: [email protected], Covington & Burling, LLP, Washington, DC, concerning the Penn Biden Center, Washington, DC, or any classified documents or materials at the Penn Biden Center.

2. Communications with any person using the email domain @who.eop.gov regarding classified documents, documents, or materials at the Penn Biden Center.

3. Communications with any employee using the email domain @dod.mil regarding classified documents, documents, or materials at the Penn Biden Center.

“While the Biden administration was scheming to jail former President Trump over a document dispute, Biden operatives were desperately trying to cover up Biden’s own and more significant document scandal,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “And the cover-up continues with yet another Biden agency hiding records in violation of law.”

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