How Did Clinton's Subpoenaed Email Get Deleted?

How Did Clinton's Subpoenaed Email Get Deleted?

The chairman of the House Oversight Committee has sent a letter to the company that handled the technical side of Hillary Clinton's private email server. Rep. Jason Chaffetz wants to know why an employee of Platte River Networks (PRN), which was under contract with Clinton to handle the server, deleted large amounts of email after the Clinton team received a congressional subpoena for the material, and why a PRN technical employee, apparently the one who performed the actual deletions, asserted a legal privilege and refused to tell the FBI what was said on a conference call he took part in with Clinton's attorneys on March 25, 2015, around the time the deletions were performed. The FBI has released a heavily-redacted version of its summary report on the Clinton email affair, plus a writeup of Clinton's own interview with agents. That's all the Bureau has made public, although it has provided writeups of other interviews and other material to Congress under tight viewing restrictions.

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