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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

The Mom and Pop Shop That Was Storing Hillary's Emails





Make no mistake The Daily Mail in the UK is a tabloid. Yet as with Islamic terrorism issues I have found that often they report details that mainstream outlets prefer to ignore. That has included US-based stories where our own outlets can't or won't come up with information that the Mail does. Anyway, here is a report they have done on a company in Colorado called Platte River Networks, a mom and pop ITcompany run out of a converted apartment loft. Apparently, one of their VPs was a Democrat supporter who helped out during the 2008 DNC convention. As it turns out, Hillary chose this company to store her email server from 2009-2013 when she was secretary of state.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3201367/Hillary-s-email-firm-run-loft-apartment-servers-BATHROOM-raising-new-questions-security-sensitive-messages-held.html

And Hillary's emails were stored not in some locked safe with steel doors and a burglar alarm but in a bathroom closet??!! Maybe they planned to quickly flush them down the toilet if the FBI came.

1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

I have found that often they report details that mainstream outlets prefer to ignore.

Maybe because the tabloids simply make up the details, and since their is no evidence, the competition isn't ever aware of such details?

National Inquirer comes to mind.

But that Hillary contracted with that IT company in Colorado, that's been in the daily papers, probably via Associated Press, although I didn't check the date line when I read it.