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"And not only that, she BLEACHED which somebody said they'd never even heard of," Trump blithered. "In a very expensive fashion, used chemicals so that nobody will ever be able to see them."
originally posted by: RickinVa
originally posted by: WeAreAWAKE
a reply to: Phoenix
While I'm not sure if this is legally correct...but...I would assume that as soon as she started using a personal server for email, that all emails on that server SHOULD become property of the government. If nothing else, all emails during her tenure. In which case, destruction of ANY emails would be destruction of government property. The emails themselves, regardless of the topic in the emails belong to the government...don't they?
Can someone with a better legal background confirm or deny this?
The very moment the first piece of classified information hit that hard drive in that server, that hard drive became classified at the level of the information it contained and also became property of the United States Government.
Because the drive was classified, and it was outside of its place of proper storage as mandated by NSA, it could be legally seized by the government.
originally posted by: Puppylove
a reply to: Sillyolme
It's been known it was freeware from day one. It's been mentioned multiple times and has nothing to do with the point. Are you JUST finding this out? How embarrassing.
You know what else is free? A rock. It's no less murder if I kill you with it instead of a bat I bought from the sporting goods store.