Hillary Clinton has complied with the Justice Department’s order for her server by turning over a blank server. The New York Post,
The much-sought-after server “was blank,” said Barbara Wells, a lawyer representing the Denver-based computer firm Platte River Networks, who managed the server for Clinton.
“The information had been migrated over to a different server for purposes of transition,” Wells told the Washington Post. “To my knowledge the data on the old server is not available now on any servers or devices in Platte River Network’s control.”
The statement jibes with what outside computer experts told The Post — that by deleting content, Clinton has likely thwarted investigators who are trying to recover her records.
“We now know that we didn’t get all the relevant documents from that server and the American people are entitled to them,” said Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.), a member of the House Benghazi committee.
Badger Fan says
Hey, didn’t Richard Nixon get in a lot of trouble over 20 minutes of missing tape?