Friday, October 28, 2016

FLASH! Hillary's Email Case Being Reopened by the FBI

From Ace


In a May interview with FBI agents, an executive with the Denver contractor that maintained Clinton’s private server revealed that an underling didn’t bleach-clean all her subpoenaed emails, just ones he stored in a data file he used to transfer the emails from the server to Clinton’s aides, who in turn sorted them for delivery to Congress.

The Platte River Networks executive, whose name was redacted from the interview report, said PRN tech Paul Combetta “created a ‘vehicle’ to transfer email files from the live mailboxes of [Clinton Executive Services Corp.] email accounts [and] then later used BleachBit software to shred the ‘vehicle,’ but the email content still existed in the live email accounts.”

Unless one of Clinton’s aides had the capability to log in to the PRN server as an administrator and remove a mailbox, her archived mailboxes more than likely still reside somewhere in that system. And they may also materialize on an internal “shared drive” that PRN created to control access to the Clinton email accounts among PRN employees. PRN has been under FBI order to preserve all emails and other evidence since the start of its investigation last year.

Clinton’s missing “personal” emails may also be captured on a Google server. According to FBI notes, Combetta “transferred all of the Clinton email content to a personal Google email address he created.” Only the FBI never subpoenaed Google to find out.

The FBI documents also reveal that Hillary’s server was mirrored on a cloud server in Pennsylvania maintained by Datto Inc., a tech firm that performs cloud-to-cloud data protection.

When PRN contracted with Datto, it requested that Hillary’s server be backed up locally and privately. But the techs forgot to order the private node, and they sent the server backup data “remotely to Datto’s secure cloud and not to a local private node.” The FBI never subpoenaed Datto’s server, either.


Someone got the idea that they could probably find Hillary's emails by following the trail of the hackers and seeing what the hackers saw. The hacker must have stored the fruits of his hacking somewhere; presumably, with some internet detective work, one could find his cyber bolt-hole where he hid his treasures.

This person contacted Gingrinch about exploring this avenue, and he referred them to Judicial Watch.

Judicial Watch raised money to get these documents-- hacked from Hillary's servers -- off the "deep web," or dark web, the part of the web where there are no published addresses. You have to know what long IP number to go to and use, I'm guessing, a special browser to even get there. You have to know where you're going to get there. You can't just google search the dark places of the web.

And, putting two and two together -- this "unrelated" case is the one that is providing new emails which may contain more classified documents that Hillary bleachbitted... but which the hackers did not BleachBit.



UPDATE:

Whoops called that wrong.  This new stuff is in connection with Anthony Wiener's latest sexting scandal.


Federal law enforcement officials said Friday that the new emails uncovered in the closed investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server were discovered after the F.B.I. seized electronic devices belonging to Huma Abedin, a top aide to Mrs. Clinton, and her husband, Anthony Weiner.

The F.B.I. is investigating illicit text messages that Mr. Weiner sent to a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina. The bureau told Congress on Friday that it had uncovered new emails related to the Clinton case -- one federal official said they numbered in the thousands -- potentially reigniting an issue that has weighed on the presidential campaign and offering a lifeline to Donald J. Trump less than two weeks before the election.

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