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According to David Ferriero of the National Archives, the IRS "did not follow the law" when it discovered that the Lois Lerner emails and those of six other IRS employees were lost.
Questioned by Rep.Tim Walberg (R-MI)fromy the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday, Ferriero, an archivist from the National Archives and Records Administration, testified the Archives are legally required to be notified of any unauthorized loss or destruction of information. The Archives and Records administration was not informed about Lois Lerner's loss of emails or the subsequent disposal of her computer (or the crashes/email losses of the other six IRS employees.)
When Rep. Walberg asked Mr. Ferriero if the IRS broke the law, the archivist refused to answer because he was not an attorney. He did admit, however, that the IRS "did not follow the law."
originally posted by: IAMTAT
Sorry, this can't be true. Our President told us there was not even a "smidgen" of corruption by the IRS.