State Department won't say how missing records for $6 billion were stored

A spokesperson for the State Department refuses to say if any missing contract files from March 2008 - March 2014 were stored electronically. The American Thinker began covering the case of the missing records for $6 billion on April 5, 2014, soon after the State Department’s Office of Inspector General released two unclassified memos dated March 20, 2014. Several news media outlets also covered the missing State Department records in early April, but, to date, there’s been little, if any, follow-up to the story.  In short, it’s off the mainstream media radar. Nothing to see here. Move along. The fact that Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State for four of the six years covered by the missing files may explain the reluctance of the State Department to answer simple, factual inquiries about the missing records. On September 14, 2014, the American Thinker followed-up its April 2014 story noting this quote from a Department of State spokesperson...(Read Full Post)