Email Timeline Suggests Hillary May Have Had Second Server

Article posted on August 24th, 2015 by WhatAmIMissingHere

For her eyes only Hillary emailsBy Sarah Westwood

Conflicting accounts of when data was removed from Hillary Clinton’s private server indicate copies of emails known to contain classified information may reside on a device other than the one presently in FBI custody.

She may have printed 55,000 pages of emails for submission to the State Department from a different device than the one presently in FBI custody.

Platte River Networks, the company that managed Clinton’s email network after she stepped down from her post as secretary of state, indicated it transferred data off the original server in mid-2013.

An attorney for Platte River said there is likely “no useful data” remaining on the server.

But the Clinton campaign has suggested the former secretary of state did not erase emails she deemed personal until January of this year, raising questions as to where the emails were located when her staff sifted through them to determine which were related to her government service.   (my emphasis)

The discrepancy further obscures the timing of Clinton’s decision to erase 30,000 emails she claimed were unrelated to State Department business.

READ all of Sarah Westwood’s comments from The Washington Examiner here.

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