Quantcast

Hillary Clinton Could Face Prison Time After Her Lies To The FBI Are Exposed

A two-year-old Reddit thread, now deleted, has been unearthed that proves a cover-up was attempted in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal. A computer specialist working for Clinton's private email servers was seeking advice from other tech experts about how to replace a VIP's email address in all communications to make them untraceable.

An employee from Platte River Networks, the company in charge of Clinton's private email server, apparently took to Reddit two years ago to solve a problem. Paul Combetta, who had been granted immunity by the Justice Department during FBI investigations into Clinton's emails, said in the Reddit exchange that he was asked to 'strip or replace VIP's email,' and he was looking for advice on how to do that.

Combetta, under the user name 'Stonetear,' began the thread on July 14, 2014. "I may be facing a very interesting situation where I need to strip out a VIP’s (VERY VIP) email address from a bunch of archived email that I have both in a live Exchange mailbox, as well as a PST file. Basically, they don’t want the VIP’s email address exposed to anyone, and want to be able to either strip out or replace the email address in the to/from fields in all of the emails we want to send out," he wrote in the initial introductory post.

Stonetear was informed by Reddit users that there was no way to do what he was seeking to do. "If there was a feature in Exchange that allowed this, it could result in major legal issues. There may be ways to hack a solution, but I am not aware of any," said a response from a person with the user name 'borismkv.'

"The issue is that these emails involve the private email address of someone you’d recognize, and we’re trying to replace it with a placeholder address as to not expose it," explains Stonetear later in the conversation.

"I have these emails available in a PST file. Can I rewrite them in the PST? I could also export to MSG and do some sort of batch find/replace. Anyone know of tools that might help with this?" Stonetear asks again later.

The thread began four weeks after Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the state department seeking Benghazi documents and Clinton's notes. About two weeks after the thread was started, Clinton's private email account was brought to the attention of the House Benghazi Committee. That is suspicious timing, and seems to contradict FBI director James Comey’s recommendations that no charges be filed because 'we found no evidence that any of the additional work-related e-mails were intentionally deleted in an effort to conceal them.'

Source: The Gateway Pundit

Tell Us What You Think

More News Stories

San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick has gotten a lot of attention lately, but not for his football skills. The NFL player has made headlines for...

One couple began arguing more and more, as the strain on their marriage grew. He got to the point at which he thought he couldn't take it anymore...

On Monday, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said that her husband Bill Clinton may have a job in her White House if she wins...

A famous sports face has passed away.

Jake LaMotta, the legendary boxer immortalized by Robert DeNiro in the classic film ‘Raging Bull,’...

Bonnie Liltz suffered from ovarian cancer and was unable to have children of her own. So, she adopted Courtney, who is severely disabled, when she...

Latest News Stories

A Placer County, California Sheriff's officer got an alert on his phone that he received a text message. he glanced at it, and it completely...

John Downs, owner of Downs Bait and Guns in Hocking County, Ohio, often makes small talk with his customers. Yet, when speaking to 25-year-old...

Von Miller’s visit to his hometown was supposed to be a happy occasion but it fell on the day that Dallas, which is nearby DeSoto, lost five...

A little girl in Albuquerque, New Mexico was excited about her birthday party, say neighbors, because a family friend was taking her out for a...

As far as certain members of the media are concerned, the election is all but a foregone conclusion. If they continue covering things the way they...