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Unbeknownst to Clinton, IT firm had emails stored on cloud; now in FBI’s hands

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A Connecticut company, which backed up Hillary Clinton‘s emails at the request of a Colorado firm, apparently surprised her aides by storing the emails on a “cloud” storage system designed to optimize data recovery.

The firm, Datto Inc., said Wednesday that it turned over the contents of its storage to the FBI on Tuesday.

A Republican Senate committee chairman, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, also has asked the firm to provide the committee copies of any data from Clinton’s account still in its possession.

There were conflicting accounts as to whether the developments could lead to retrieval of any of Clinton’s more than 31,000 personal emails, which she said she deleted from her private server upon turning over her work-related emails to the State Department, at its request, in December 2014.

Congressional Republicans have voiced skepticism as to whether the 30,940 business emails that the Democratic presidential candidate handed over represented all of those related to her position as secretary of state. Clinton has said her lawyers carefully pruned them.

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http://bients.com/unbeknownst-clinton-firm-emails-stored-cloud-now-fbis-hands/

Hmmm... what took them so long? 

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Just now, Cinnamon said:

 

That question begs an answer, and certainly poses some interesting lines of speculation.  Either way, they just may hang this b*tch yet...  It certainly appears that Hillary may have ticked off someone she shouldn't have at some point.

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2 minutes ago, Jostler said:

 

That question begs an answer, and certainly poses some interesting lines of speculation.  Either way, they just may hang this b*tch yet...  It certainly appears that Hillary may have ticked off someone she shouldn't have at some point.

I've thought the same thing, she has done something that is causing this email thing not to go away.  

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Judge orders Obama administration to release new Clinton emails

A federal judge has ordered the Obama administration to release new emails connected to Hillary Clinton before Democratic National Convention in July.

In an order late on Wednesday, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson told the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to hand over to the Republican National Committee (RNC) whatever records it could as part of an RNC’s open-records lawsuit on July 11.

After that, USAID will need to consult with the State Department about hundreds of other pages of documents, which could be released at some point in the future.

The RNC sued the aid agency in March, seeking two sets of communications: those between USAID officials and former aides at the State Department, as well as those between USAID and private domain names associated with Clinton, former President Bill Clinton and others including the Clinton Foundation. The effort appeared to be related to allegations that the former secretary of State’s family foundation had undue influence on USAID.

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http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/281973-new-clinton-emails-due-out-in-days-before-convention

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And still the media will help her out by not mentioning the new info. Hopefully something finally comes if this and they fry her. I'm sick of hearing her voice. It erks me. 

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IT staffer who set up Hillary’s e-mail server takes Fifth in federal court deposition

I guess Bryan Pagliano just doesn’t like to talk very much. He wouldn’t testify before a congressional committee investigating Benghazi, taking the Fifth because he supposedly feared “ambiguity.” And now he’s not going to give a deposition in a federal records lawsuit filed by the conservative group Judicial Watch because he’s afraid the deposition will be captured on video and later released.

All this from a guy who’s been granted immunity in the Hillary e-mail investigation. It makes sense that the FBI and Justice gave him the immunity deal because he’s the one who not only handled IT issues for Hillary’s 2008 presidential campaign and also at the State Department, but also set up her schlock, homebrew e-mail server at her home. But if it makes sense for him to keep taking the Fifth all the time, it’s not because he fears ambiguity. It’s because he fears its opposite - clear evidence that someone broke the law and he was right in the middle of it.

The Washington Post, which runs interference for Hillary on this issue as often as not, reports it like this:

On Wednesday, Pagliano’s lawyers said he will decline to testify in the Judicial Watch case and asked that U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan of the District order that no video of the deposition be recorded “given the constitutional implications, the absence of any proper purpose . . . and the considerable risk of abuse.”

“Mr. Pagliano is a nonparty caught up in a lawsuit with an undisputed political agenda,” Connor Mullin wrote in a court filing that also raised the concern that Pagliano’s constitutionally protected statements might be manipulated into “soundbites” for attack ads.

An existing court order seals video records, but while that “reduces the risk of dissemination,” Mullin said, “Judicial Watch may move to unseal the materials at any time. Furthermore, in the event of a leak or data breach at the court reporting company, Mr. Pagliano would be hardpressed to prevent further dissemination and republication of the video.”

Judicial Watch said it will oppose the request not to record video in a filing due Thursday, the group’s president, Tom Fitton, said. “We think it’s important for Judge Sullivan to assess Mr. Pagliano’s demeanor,” Fitton said in an interview Wednesday. “It’s always important to assess credibility when the Fifth Amendment privilege is invoked.”

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http://canadafreepress.com/article/it-staffer-who-set-up-hillarys-e-mail-server-takes-fifth-in-federal-court-d

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