Wikileaks: EVERYONE Working at Platte River Networks Had Access to HIllary’s Top Secret Emails
In March 2015 an unnamed Platte River Networks technician deleted Clinton emails after a congressional committee had ordered them preserved.
Clinton, her aides, and Platte River Networks, the company Clinton hired to handle her email system, violated a subpoena by deleting her emails.
On Friday afternoon the FBI dumped 189 pages of heavily redacted Clinton witness interviews before the first presidential debate.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) September 24, 2016
EVERY EMPLOYEE at Platte River Networks had access to Hillary Clinton’s emails.
FBI report: Everyone one at Platte River Networks (PRN) had access to Hillary Clinton's emails pic.twitter.com/KAMCywHg3t
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) September 26, 2016
And then there’s this…
A Platte River Networks technician told the FBI the company worried about Hillary Clinton’s system.
A technician hired by Hillary Clinton to run the private email system she used while US secretary of state told investigators he tried to pass on colleagues’ concerns that the system might not comply with records laws, FBI interview summaries show.
Bryan Pagliano, the technician Clinton hired when she joined the State Department in 2009, told federal investigators he relayed the concerns to Cheryl Mills, then Clinton’s chief of staff.
Mills, whose lawyer did not respond to requests for comment, has previously testified under oath she could not recall anyone alerting her to potential problems with Clinton’s email arrangement.
The episode had not been disclosed until the Federal Bureau of Investigation released on Friday night nearly 200 pages of additional records from its year-long investigation into the handling of classified government documents by Clinton and her staff via an unauthorized email server in the basement of her New York home.
Clinton has said the decision to use a private email system was a mistake, but the controversy has dogged her campaign as the Democratic candidate for the presidency and raised public doubts about her trustworthiness, public opinion polls show. Republicans have criticized her for putting national security at risk.