Attorneys for Hillary aide Cheryl Mills seek to prevent release of audio and video of her deposition with Judicial Watch

There are signs of fear, even desperation on Team Hillary, as her top aides are about to be deposed by Judicial Watch, as part of discovery ordered by U.S. District Court judge Emmett Sullivan in Judicial Watch’s FOIA suit.  Josh Gerstein reports in Politico: Hillary Clinton's former chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, is asking a federal judge to order a conservative group not to release audio or video recordings of a deposition Mills is scheduled to give Friday about Clinton's use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. Mills' attorneys filed a motion Wednesday afternoon saying they fear that the group that sought Mills' deposition in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, Judicial Watch, will use any recording to distort Mills' testimony and advance the group's anti-Clinton agenda. "We are concerned that snippets or soundbites of the deposition may be publicized in a way that exploits Ms. Mills’ image and...(Read Full Post)