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Did She Wipe Afterwards? Hillary Clinton’s Private Emails May Be Recoverable

The company that managed Hillary Clinton’s private email server said it has “no knowledge of the server being wiped,” indicating that tens of thousands of emails Clinton said were deleted could be recovered.


This could turn out to be a very significant event, perhaps a game-changer. or maybe nothing.

Clinton and her aides have said she deleted her personal emails from her time as secretary of state from her personal email server. Deleting personal emails in and of itself is no big deal, and clearly allowed by law and practice. At issue is the question of whether or not every single one of the 31,000 emails deleted were truly “personal.” If any were indeed “work,” those would likely be Federal records and destroying them would be criminal. If any contained information detrimental to Clinton’s campaign, then her credibility would take perhaps a fatal blow.

The controversy over her use of an unsecured private server to conduct government business while America’s top diplomat has cut into her lead in opinion polls for the Democratic nomination to run in the November 2016 election.

Denver-based company Platte River managed the server.

“Platte River has no knowledge of the server being wiped,” company spokesman Andy Boian was quoted as saying by the Washington Post. “All the information we have is that the server wasn’t wiped.”

Republican Senators Charles Grassley and Ron Johnson, chairmen of the Judiciary and Homeland Security committees, respectively, said they would push for the deleted emails to be reviewed if they can be recovered.