(National Sentinel) Light of Day: The head of a noted government watchdog group hinted Monday that Hillary Clinton may have hid emails and other documents on her private email server.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said during a YouTube presentation that Clinton was “hiding everything on her private email server,” which may include tens of thousands of emails and documents she claims to have lost.
Some have speculated that the trove of documents could provide a number of details regarding several scandals involving Clinton and others from the Obama administration.
That includes the FBI’s handling of her email investigation to the alleged pay-to-play scheme between her family’s foundation, State Department agencies, and foreign donors.
So far, the Trump State Department has been slow to release the remainder of Clinton’s emails when she served as secretary of state. Judicial Watch has been attempting to obtain them via Freedom of Information Act requests.
“Fitton’s latest report underscores an important and unfortunate reality: not enough attention is being paid to the original Clinton email scandal — the missing 33,00 emails,” The Gateway Pundit reported.
Last week, the New York Post‘s Paul Sperry noted that Clinton’s emails may not actually be missing at all.
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.”
Unless one of Clinton’s aides had the capability to log in to the PRN server as an administrator and remove a mailbox, her archived mailboxes more than likely still reside somewhere in that system. And they may also materialize on an internal “shared drive” that PRN created to control access to the Clinton email accounts among PRN employees.
Last week, a federal judge ordered the State Department to speed up its release of 72,000 pages of Clinton emails. The scheduled release date is now September 28, 2018, rather than 2020.
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