The two weaklings of Platte River took the time to plead the 5th while a third employee didn’t even show…You have to love the dramatics of Elijah Cummings in all this…What a putz!


The Denver Post has a great overview of the details regarding Platte River’s involvement in the deleting of e-mails:

The FBI said that in December 2014 a top Clinton aide told Denver-based Platte River Networks to destroy an archive of e-mails from her private server, but the company failed to do so. Then, after The New York Times reported in early March 2015 details of then-Secretary Clinton’s use of a private server, the House committee investigating the deadly attacks on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya, ordered that her e-mails be preserved, and subpoenaed those related to the attack. Three weeks later, the story goes, the engineer responsible for deleting Clinton’s archive suddenly remembered the failed duty, and acted on it by deleting the e-mails with a program (wonderfully named BleachBit) that apparently rendered most of them unreadable.

Read more: The Denver Post

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