The scandal over Hillary’s email server is expanding to a private contractor who deleted emails, but did Hillary’s lawyers demand it?
When Hillary decided to use her home server it opened a huge can of worms that is exploding on her campaign right now.
New evidence now points to a private contractor who deleted thousands of emails for the Clinton campaign, but were they pressured by Clinton’s lawyers?
There are serious allegations of obstruction of justice and this timeline might help you understand.
3/2/2015 – The New York Times breaks the story that Hillary Clinton used her own private and unsecure email server when Secretary of State.
3/4/2015 – Congress issued a subpoena and preservation order for all of the email documents and by law Hillary must preserve everything on her server.
3/9/2015 – IT firm that was managing Clinton’s server is told to retain all the emails from Hillary’s server.
3/25/2015 – Clinton’s lawyers and legal team conducts a conference call with the IT firm.
3/31/2015 – Less than a week after the call with the lawyers and three weeks after being told to preserve all the data, the IT firm deletes the Clinton email archive.
They didn’t just delete the archive, they used a sophisticated program that scrubs all evidence and deletes any record permanently.
It is clear that the IT firm listened to Hillary’s team and not the government and they could be in big trouble.
Hillary’s legal team could be in big trouble too if they pressured or paid the IT firm to delete the files.
There is a real case of obstruction of justice here and most likely somebody is going to go down for this crime. There will be a fall guy or gal because we know for sure Hillary will weasel her way out of this like the FBI investigation.
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