A Smoking Gun Without the Gun

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September 15, 2014 by JImbo

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Benghazi Bombshell: Clinton State Department Official Reveals Details of Alleged Document Review

benghazi2House Committee Hearing Continues It's Investigation of Attack in Benghazi (May 8, 2013)

 

I don’t really see this doing much. The whole point of a “document scrub” is that you leave no evidence behind. So what evidence is there that he was telling the truth or not? By its very nature you can’t prove the existence of something that was destroyed.

Although you could I suppose ask for specific information if you knew it would be missing. Then they’d have to fake it or admit it was “missing.” THAT could be incriminating.

By documenting the LACK of evidence and documents a case could be made I suppose. That’s tough though, and entirely circumstantial. It would also take extensive knowledge of what SHOULD be there and what was destroyed.

 

 

 

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One thought on “A Smoking Gun Without the Gun

  1. John says:

    So the boss hears his employees are getting together in secret on a Sunday morning down the hall with boxes of classified files. He goes down to see what is going on and is told to essentially “take a hike” because the big boss wanted some files gone before the Feds could cone in to investigate. The less he knew the better.
    He objects to that as unethical and is put on ainistrative leave without substantive charges.

    Wow if thus happened at a private corporation… Say Enron or BP or JP MorgN Bank… Do you think it would be a major news story?

    Not when the big boss is Hillary Clinton.

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