BOOM! It Looks Like The Lardy Hagfish’s 33,000 Emails Aren’t Gone After All!

December 10, 2018 in News by Slad

 

Source: Clash Daily | by Wes Walker 

 

What if Bleach-bit didn’t REALLY make Hillary’s problems go away?

Recently,  Judge Lambeth gave a devastating ruling on the Hillary Clinton Email case, one which will almost certainly obligate the FBI to reopen the case:

“At best, State’s efforts to pass off its deficient search as legally adequate during settlement negotiations was negligence born out of incompetence,” Lamberth wrote of the department’s review of emails Clinton provided to investigators.
“At worst, career employees at the State and Justice departments colluded to scuttle public scrutiny of Clinton, skirt FOIA, and hoodwink this court,” he added.

Source: The Hill

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He called Hillary’s private server use: “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency.”

So it’s too bad those emails are well and truly gone, right?

But what if they’re NOT “all gone”? Is that a game-changer?

For months now, we’ve been told that Hillary Clinton’s 33,000 missing emails were permanently erased and destroyed beyond recovery. But newly released FBI notes strongly suggest they still exist in several locations — and they could be recovered, if only someone would impanel a grand jury and seize them.
In a May interview with FBI agents, an executive with the Denver contractor that maintained Clinton’s private server revealed that an underling didn’t bleach-clean all her subpoenaed emails, just ones he stored in a data file he used to transfer the emails from the server to Clinton’s aides, who in turn sorted them for delivery to Congress.
The Platte River Networks executive, whose name was redacted from the interview report, said PRN tech Paul Combetta “created a ‘vehicle’ to transfer email files from the live mailboxes of [Clinton Executive Services Corp.] email accounts [and] then later used BleachBit software to shred the ‘vehicle,’ but the email content still existed in the live email accounts.”

Source: NYPost

“Still existed in the live email accounts”

What ELSE are we just now finding out?

Clinton’s missing “personal” emails may also be captured on a Google server. According to FBI notes, Combetta “transferred all of the Clinton email content to a personal Google email address he created.” Only the FBI never subpoenaed Google to find out.
The FBI documents also reveal that Hillary’s server was mirrored on a cloud server in Pennsylvania maintained by Datto Inc., a tech firm that performs cloud-to-cloud data protection.
When PRN contracted with Datto, it requested that Hillary’s server be backed up locally and privately. But the techs forgot to order the private node, and they sent the server backup data “remotely to Datto’s secure cloud and not to a local private node.” The FBI never subpoenaed Datto’s server, either.

Source: NYPost

The cited article also goes into some detail about a MacBook supposedly ‘lost in the mail’ but was actually shipped ‘back to the Clinton Foundation’… and the excuse given for Feds not securing the computer the Clintons used as a server will have you filling up your swear jar.

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