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the GSA violated its fiduciary duty to inform the PTT of the request before it complied with it.
originally posted by: Grambler
a reply to: luthier
I admit to not being a legal expert on this or anything for that matter.
My question is this.
If these emails were considered government property because they were created in government servers, then wouldn't the same be true of comeys notes that he leaked to his friend to give to the media?
We do not know whether Mueller’s FBI agents merely requested the electronic data from the GSA or his prosecutors obtained a grand jury subpoena. If it was a simple FBI request and if the GSA simply complied, that was a lawful acquisition by the FBI of the PTT emails, yet in that case, the GSA violated its fiduciary duty to inform the PTT of the request before it complied with it.