Where did Hilary’s laptop go? Where are the missing emails? Where can it be found? Keep checking ….
Spring 2013, Clinton aide Monica Hanley began a process of transferring emails from Clinton’s server to a laptop and thumb drive.
In Feb. 2014, Hanley sent the laptop to an unnamed individual in order to have the emails transferred to a server managed by Platte River Networks, a Denver-based company Clinton hired to manage her system after she left the State Department.
After Hanley instructed Platte River Networks to wipe the laptop of all its contents, the unnamed person shipped the laptop and a thumb drive through either the U.S. Postal Service or UPS. But the devices never arrived at their destination. They were lost in the mail and have not been recovered. (RELATED: FBI: We Can’t Locate More Than A Dozen Hillary Devices)
“She advised that Clinton’s staff was moving offices at the time; and it would have been easy for the package to get lost during the transition period,” the FBI report states. “Neither Hanley nor [redacted] could identify the current whereabouts of the Archive Laptop or thumb drive containing the archive, and the FBI does not have either item in its possession.
Firenze Sage: This, the smartest woman in the world, couldn’t run a laundromat.
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