Here we go. The case of more missing Clinton stuff. I will give you the latest, and then a bit of a refresher. Just some easy reading for a Friday.
A new mystery has been uncovered in the ongoing scandal involving Hillary Clinton’s private email server — and it’s a doozy.
During its investigation the FBI discovered there were apparently 14 “bankers boxes” of Clinton’s emails at the former secretary of state’s Friendship Heights office. However, when officials with the Office of Information Programs and Services went to pick them up, they only found 12.
A State Department witness also reportedly told the FBI that they were “unable to locate any of her emails from January-April 2009,” an extremely important time period as it’s when Clinton began her term as secretary of state and set up her controversial private email server. More at IJR
Hillary’s Missing Whitewater Documents.
In 1996, a special Senate Whitewater committee released a report from the FBI demonstrating that documents sought in the Whitewater investigation had been found
in the personal Clinton quarters of the White House. The First Lady’s fingerprints were on them. The documents had gone mysteriously missing for two years. Mark Fabiani, special White House counsel, immediately stated that there was no problem, according to the Times
: “He added that she had testified under oath that she had nothing to do with the documents during the two years they were missing and did not know how they ended up in the family quarters.” Hillary remains the only First Lady in American history to be fingerprinted by the FBI. Those weren’t the only missing Whitewater documents later found in the Clinton White House. Rose Law billing recordswere found years after being sought
“in the storage area in the third-floor private residence at the White House where unsolicited gifts to the President and First Lady are stored before being sorted and catalogued.”