Timeline of Hillary's emails suggests a second server

There is something really screwy about the timeline regarding Hillary Clinton's emails that suggests there may be another device or server on which the emails may have been stored.

In essence, she may have printed tens of thousands of emails to go through them in order to determine which emails would go to the State Department. This action occurred in January of 2014 - after the company housing the server said they deleted the emails, which they claim was in 2013.

Washington Examiner:

Platte River Networks, the company that managed Clinton's email network after she stepped down from her post as secretary of state, indicated it transferred data off the original server in mid-2013.
 
An attorney for Platte River said there is likely "no useful data" remaining on the server.
 
But the Clinton campaign has suggested the former secretary of state did not erase emails she deemed personal until January of this year, raising questions as to where the emails were located when her staff sifted through them to determine which were related to her government service.
 
A Clinton spokesman did not return a request for comment, nor did an attorney for Platte River Networks.
 
The discrepancy further obscures the timing of Clinton's decision to erase 30,000 emails she claimed were unrelated to State Department business.
 
Dr. Marcus Rogers, head of computer information technology at Purdue University, said the fact that the data was migrated off Clinton's server in 2013 doesn't mean it was erased from the server at that time.

Chris Weber, a security expert who co-founded Casaba Security, agreed the data migration might have just been a way of making copies of the emails on Clinton's server, not deleting them.

"If I move to a new home, I've migrated to a new home, but it doesn't mean I don't have things in the old home or the old home isn't there anymore," Weber explained. "So there may potentially be two copies of [the emails] at that point."

So is there a device somewhere - a printer, another server - that contain thousands of Clinton emails? There may have been at one time, but it's doubtful there is now. Nor is it likely that anyone associated with the Clinton camp would volunteer the information that would clear up this confusion in the timeline. It's pretty obvious that as far back as mid-2013, Hillary Clinton had a plan to obscure her past by permanently deleting the email record from her time at the State Department. 

It would be ironic if the emails she didn't delete - those from official State Department business - would eventually bring her down because they contained classified information. 

There is something really screwy about the timeline regarding Hillary Clinton's emails that suggests there may be another device or server on which the emails may have been stored.

In essence, she may have printed tens of thousands of emails to go through them in order to determine which emails would go to the State Department. This action occurred in January of 2014 - after the company housing the server said they deleted the emails, which they claim was in 2013.

Washington Examiner:

Platte River Networks, the company that managed Clinton's email network after she stepped down from her post as secretary of state, indicated it transferred data off the original server in mid-2013.
 
An attorney for Platte River said there is likely "no useful data" remaining on the server.
 
But the Clinton campaign has suggested the former secretary of state did not erase emails she deemed personal until January of this year, raising questions as to where the emails were located when her staff sifted through them to determine which were related to her government service.
 
A Clinton spokesman did not return a request for comment, nor did an attorney for Platte River Networks.
 
The discrepancy further obscures the timing of Clinton's decision to erase 30,000 emails she claimed were unrelated to State Department business.
 
Dr. Marcus Rogers, head of computer information technology at Purdue University, said the fact that the data was migrated off Clinton's server in 2013 doesn't mean it was erased from the server at that time.

Chris Weber, a security expert who co-founded Casaba Security, agreed the data migration might have just been a way of making copies of the emails on Clinton's server, not deleting them.

"If I move to a new home, I've migrated to a new home, but it doesn't mean I don't have things in the old home or the old home isn't there anymore," Weber explained. "So there may potentially be two copies of [the emails] at that point."

So is there a device somewhere - a printer, another server - that contain thousands of Clinton emails? There may have been at one time, but it's doubtful there is now. Nor is it likely that anyone associated with the Clinton camp would volunteer the information that would clear up this confusion in the timeline. It's pretty obvious that as far back as mid-2013, Hillary Clinton had a plan to obscure her past by permanently deleting the email record from her time at the State Department. 

It would be ironic if the emails she didn't delete - those from official State Department business - would eventually bring her down because they contained classified information.