Now we are told that Hillary Clinton’s do-it-yourself email sever was wiped clean. There are different levels of wiping. Hillary obtusely thought wiping might mean “with a cloth.” I guess it all depends on what the definition of wipe is. This family seems to live in a state of continuous deceit.
But if Hillary only wiped her servers “with a cloth,” then figuring out what classified information she kept on her bathroom servers should be pretty easy. Even if the servers were wiped in the way everybody (but Hillary) understands wiping to mean, the FBI can still get the goods on her.
Just ask Jared Fogle.
Subway Jared awoke at 6:30 a.m. on July 7 to find a large white FBI van in his driveway. The van was a mobile unit with advanced technology to image, capture and reconstruct data that people don’t want to be found. It can find data even if it is wiped, and wiped and wiped again.
If Hillary wiped her server “with a cloth,” the FBI would be able to grab any classified information on her server in about five minutes.
If Hillary had a flunkie wipe the server, for real, the FBI would still be able to image the server and deconstruct the wipe and retrieve data. In other words, the FBI can get to the bottom of how much classified information Hillary illegally kept on her bathroom server.
The FBI executed the Fogle warrant with much fanfare. When the vans and the cameras arrived, it was effectively lights out for Subway Jared’s career.
Is that why the FBI doesn’t seem to take Hillary’s problem as seriously as others? Isn’t child porn more serious, you might ask?
Not so fast. If Hillary’s server had classified information regarding national security policies and the location of assets, strengths and weaknesses, lives were at risk. If Hillary had classified information on her server, you can be sure the information has been pored over by Mikhail Fradkov in Moscow and housed on the servers at the MSS in Beijing.
I doubt Fradkov keeps his copies of Hillary’s emails on a residential server stashed in his bathroom.
Which raises another question. Who is Scott Bloch?
Remember him? Bloch was the head of the Office of Special Counsel, a federal agency. He found himself in the crosshairs of the various gay activist groups a decade ago. Bloch hired Geeks on Call to do a wipe of his work and home computers after he was sucked into litigation by other federal employees. He used more than a cloth to wipe the servers and discs.
Sounds familiar, right?
Let’s compare what the FBI and Justice Department then did to Bloch with what (so far) has happened to Hillary Clinton. Legal Times:
Scott Bloch, the former head of the Office of Special Counsel under the George W. Bush administration, was sentenced today to serve 24 months of probation and spend a day in jail. Bloch pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge of destroying government property after hiring an outside computer company to delete files from several work computers, including his own. . . .
“This depredation of property seems to have gone beyond just the innocent explanation of there being a virus and therefore a wipe is necessary to get rid of the virus,” [Judge] Wilkins said. Bloch’s attorney, William Sullivan Jr., of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, asked if Bloch could serve his one day in jail via home detention. Wilkins denied the request, saying he didn’t think home detention would reflect the “seriousness” of the offense.
One of the themes of the last few years is the politicization of law enforcement. If you are part of the favored class, your innocence is presumed. Yet the non-favored betters watch themselves. So don’t expect Hillary to peek out in her driveway anytime soon to see a big white van.
UPDATE: Courtroom events today revealed that the FBI may be in possession of the servers.