'I am appalled': Attorney who sued to release FBI's Clinton warrant says it shows no probable cause
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California defense attorney E. Randal Schoenberg, who successfully sued to have a search warrant for Hillary Clinton's emails released, said on Tuesday that the order did not meet the standard of probable cause.


The warrant which was unsealed on Tuesday suggests that federal magistrate Kevin Fox in Manhattan granted the Oct. 30 warrant to search Anthony Weiner's laptop "based exclusively on the FBI's contention" that it may have contained classified emails exchanged between Clinton and Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, according to Politico.

Schoenberg wrote on Facebook that he was "appalled" after seeing the warrant because the FBI had presented "nothing at all" that amounted to probable cause.

"You will have to ask Judge Fox, or the agent in charge (whose name has been redacted), or Director Comey, why they thought they might find evidence of a crime, why they felt it necessary to inform Congress, and why they even sought this search warrant," Schoenberg said.

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