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A Connecticut-based tech company that backed-up Hillary Clinton’s personal email account turned over a “hardware device” to the FBI Tuesday, the company said in a statement, adding that the FBI now has all of the Clinton emails the company had in its possession.
Colorado-based tech company Platte River Networks — which maintained Clinton’s server from the time she left office until it was turned over to the FBI in August — had partnered with Datto, the Connecticut-based data protection business, to ensure Clinton’s emails were properly backed up.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
a reply to: reldra
Are you suggesting a IT on her team acted independently?
Her lawyers had the material in their possession. They ordered an IT to do it...and they were operating under her orders.
It's looking worse, and worse, and worse, and worse for this Woman. Then she has the nerve to go on Jimmy Kimmel and get Celebrities to get together for fundraisers and take selfies with her. Boy, she sure is working hard, isn't she? Traitorous b*tch
The State Department tonight revealed that Benghazi-related material was found in searches of the approximately 14,900 deleted Hillary Clinton emails recovered by the FBI that were sent to State.
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: xuenchen
Bad source like I said before. Find one not published by the alt-right. That's bull.
From Judicial Watch:
State Admits Benghazi Material in New Cache of Emails Clinton Failed to Produce
(Washington DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that a federal court has ordered the State Department to review newly found Clinton emails and turn over responsive records by September 13. And, in two other Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits, the State Department is scheduled to release additional emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s non-state.gov email system beginning September 30. In a court filing this week, the State Department admitted it had found Benghazi-related documents among the 14,900 Clinton emails and attachments uncovered by the FBI that Mrs. Clinton deleted and withheld from the State Department.