Tragically, Hillary Clinton has been able to escape accountability throughout her long and controversial political career. But due to a stunning announcement, her time getting off easy may finally be coming to an end. She’s busted.
Government watchdog group Judicial Watch just reported that Platte River Networks, a company that hosted Clinton’s email system, called the scenario a “cover-up” in response to documents unearthed by Judicial Watch via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the FBI.
“FBI notes of an interview with an unidentified Platte River Networks official in February 2016 (almost a year after the Clinton email network was first revealed) show that Platte River ‘gave someone access to live HRC archive mailbox at some point,'” said Judicial Watch.
“The same notes show that an email from December 11, 2014, exists that reads ‘Hillary cover up operation work ticket archive cleanup,'” according to the same press release from Judicial Watch about the organization’s findings.
Judicial Watch also pointed out that the documents provide definitive proof that the computer program BleachBit was used to delete emails. It was downloaded “from a vendor called SourceForge at 11:42am on March 31, 2015, according to a computer event log.”
The release continues by saying that “over the next half hour” the program “was used to delete the files on Hillary’s server.” With this information, President Trump’s newly-confirmed attorney general, William Barr, should re-open the Clinton investigation.
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