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originally posted by: Crumbles
a reply to: network dude
Excuse me? That was a reply to the first page? Are intentionally naive? Or just play the card? So to your response you clearly have no clue who I'm talking about even though it was a reply to your post. Nice try, but not quite.
originally posted by: SignalMal
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: flice
Why the hell would Huma and Weiner keep a computer with "personal" mails... omg.
You don't have personal emails on your home computer?
No. Mail is generally stored on a mail server and served via web browser. Even when people have their own mail server and use clients to download and view files offline, the clients are usually setup to only store a set amount of mail locally. Generally 30 days. 650K email, compressed, and labeled "insurance file" is something completely different.
During the same hearing, the State Department admitted that the FBI provided 2,100 emails from Clinton's server that her legal team either deleted or withheld.
"I'm not satisfied with saying, 'Fine, go ahead and take five years to do this,'" Boasberg said during a half-hour hearing in federal court in Washington.
originally posted by: Riffrafter
a reply to: Xcathdra
I'll assume you're a little tired and the "joke" just fell flat.