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The Clinton's Long History Of Losing Documents & Obstruction Justice

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posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 11:40 PM
This is a fairly comprehensive list of all the problems the Clinton's have had, and they are numerous.

Now I'm sure there are sucomstances to some of this, but wow, they have a history.

Do you think that this is a right wing conspiracy? Or is there a pattern of trouble, loose documents, get out of trouble?

Bill and Hillary Clinton have a long history of losing documents during various investigations and scandals over the years going all the way back to their time in Arkansas.

It’s not just the current investigation into deleted emails in which the State Department’s own internal probe found former Secretary of StatW Hillary Clinton violated federal record keeping laws. It’s not just whitewater, it’s several investigations where documents have turned up missing, exonerating the Clintons and clearing them of guilt, despite huge violations of obstruction of justice.


In 1999, investigators looked into then First Lady Hillary and President Bill Clinton’s scandals, which included Whitewater, Travelgate, Filegate and other scandals. It was discovered that more than 1 million subpoenaed emails were mysteriously “lost” due to a “glitch” in a West Wing computer server.


The first notable case is the whitewater land scandal fiasco, which started in Arkansas when Bill Clinton was governor. The allegation is that the Clintons used the Rose Law Firm and the Arkansas Financial Department Authority, as well as Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan owned by Susan and Jim McDougal, to scam Arkansas residents. An investigation was started when the Clintons invested and lost money in the Whitewater Development Corporation.

Witness Says Aide Removed Foster Papers After Suicide : Whitewater: Senate testimony reportedly contradicts White House account. Hearings begin next week.

WASHINGTON — New inconsistencies have emerged in Clinton Administration accounts of the night of the suicide of Vincent W. Foster Jr., a top White House lawyer and close friend of President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton.

A Secret Service agent has told investigators for a special Senate committee conducting a Whitewater probe that he saw Mrs. Clinton's chief of staff, Margaret A. Williams, remove documents from Foster's office the night of his death, July 20, 1993, according to a source familiar with the inquiry.


In 1996, the day before the Whitewater documents were found at the White House, a two-year-old memo emerged written by a former Presidential aide. According to the New York Times it proved that Hillary Clinton “had played a far greater role in the dismissal of employees of the White House travel office than the Administration has acknowledged.”


According to Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, Hillary’s top lawyer and top aide, Cheryl Mills “helped orchestrate the cover-up of another major scandal, often referred to as ‘Project X Email-gate.’” Over the course of years, the Clinton Administration allegedly withheld 1.8 million email communications from Judicial Watch’s attorneys, as well as federal investigators and Congress. In addition, Judicial Watch says that when a White House computer contractor attempted to reveal the emails, White House officials “instructed her to keep her mouth shut about the hidden e-mail or face dismissal and jail time.”

2015-2016 EMAIL GATE:
Where do I start about the botched investigation of Hillary’s private email server? The obstruction of justice is so broad, it’s insane. She used “bleach bit” software the day after being subpoenaed, smashed several BlackBerrys and iPads with hammers, was tipped off by the DoJ and DoS into the investigation, according to Wikileaks, etc.

Clinton’s close ally Terry McAulife gave a donation to the wife of the Deputy Director Of The FBI. Bill Clinton met with Attorney General Loretta Lynch towards the end of the investigation. The list goes on…

2 TERABYTES OF DATA MISSING: The National Archives had the 2 terabyte data storage device stole.

Last October, the hard drive was moved from a "secure" storage area to a workspace where it was being used for routine recopying to ensure preservation of the records. But work was halted last year because archivists "wanted to investigate using automated tools to generate inspection reports."

Staffers were moved to other projects until an automated tool was found in mid-March -- that's when they found the hard drive was missing.

The device is described as a two terabyte Western Digital MY BOOK external hard drive, measuring 6.5 x 2.1 x 5.4 inches.

More than 110 4-millimeter tape cartridges were copied onto the hard drive. The records included records from the Clinton Administration Executive Office of the President.

The archives said no original records have been lost, and the Archives has a backup hard drive that will enable them to determine what information is on the missing device.

posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 03:01 AM
a reply to: seasonal

*Careless* comes to mind very careless!

Taking insufficient care ... negligent ...

Is that anyway to run a home? never mind a country country

edit on 7-11-2016 by eletheia because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 03:02 AM
Do not judge one on what they say or what they promise but on what trail they leave behind them if you want to know what the future may look like. And based on that you will know what you should do!!!!!

My message to the US electorate! You have been warned! You reap what you sow!

posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 08:01 AM
a reply to: RP2SticksOfDynamite

Do not judge one on what they say or what they promise but on what trail they leave behind them if you want to know what the future may look like. And based on that you will know what you should do!!!!! My message to the US electorate! You have been warned! You reap what you sow!

In our little worlds your advice is good and fairly sound. But when you are in those positions what you say, how you look at the other "statesman" even who goes into a room first is a huge tell and can effect stock markets, peace talks, and the world as a whole.

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