originally posted by: Grambler
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: willzilla
bleach bit is a free downloadable program to compress files and free up disc space.
What magic powers are this crowd giving the software?
The magical power that using it on subpoenaed evidence is a crime
Subpoenas have a scope, specifically in this case, it was a subpoena issued March 4th, 2015 for all Benghazi related emails from HRC's private email
There is no evidence what-so-ever that any of the emails deleted were subject to the subpoena (i.e. Benghazi related).
2014: Several months before HRC's private server became public knowledge, long before any subpoenas are ever issued, Cheryl Mills and two attorneys
work through the contents of HRCs private email archives and identify work-related emails on the server to be archived and preserved for the State
After that they instruct the Network Administrator to change the retention policy to 60 Days.
The Tech assigned to the task at PRN failed to change it.
March 2nd 2015: The existence of HRCs private server is publicly disclosed.
March 4th 2015: The Senate Select Comm on Benghazi issues a subpoena for all "Benghazi related" emails that might be present on the private server.
The Platt River Networks Tech realizes he never changed the retention policy and manually uses bleachbit to go back and erase about 30k older emails.
Unsure if he was doing it properly he forwarded the archives to a Gmail address he made up Carterheavyindustries@gmail.com before he started
The Platt River Networks technician admitted all of the above to the FBI in interviews and testimony.
The FBI knew this already when the ICIG reported the Carterheavyindustries@gmail addy to them.
There is no evidence what-so-ever that any emails that fell under the scope of "Benghazi related" were deleted.
The subpoena was not for the entirety of HRCs email communications, it was for "Benghazi related" emails.
The claim that "evidence" was destroyed has no substance absent someone showing that Benghazi related emails were deleted and not provided to the
If the FBI subpoena's the Trump Org for any emails regarding a Trump Real Estate project in Moscow, the Trump Org is not obligated to turn over all
of their computer systems and all emails in response to the Subpoena.
Let me know if you are confused by any of the above.
edit on 20-8-2019 by Extorris because: (no reason given)