Thursday, April 12, 2007

Lost Emails In Bush White House Is No Surprise

   So once again the Bush Crime Family has misplaced what could be evidence in the prosecutor scandal involving Alberto Gonzales, Karl Rove, and the rest of the White House hoods.

   Lost email ? Surely the crooks running the show could do better than that!

On Wednesday, Scott Stanzel, deputy White House press secretary, said the administration had recently begun its own inquiry, and had concluded that its policy governing political e-mail accounts was unclear, that the White House was not aggressive enough in monitoring political e-mail and that some people who had the accounts did not follow the policy closely enough.

As a result, Mr. Stanzel said, “some official e-mails have potentially been lost.” He said Mr. Bush had told the White House counsel’s office “to do everything practical to retrieve potentially lost messages.”

Mr. Stanzel and a second administration official, who is involved in the review and was authorized by the White House to speak on condition of anonymity, said the White House was working with the national committee to discover what was missing and whether it could be retrieved.   NYTIMES

   I'll tell you what, Mr. Stanzel. Why don't you have the White House just ship me the servers and I will be more than happy to retrieve the info from them. I can do that provided that the info was not actually erased.

  In any case, if the shit was erased I will be able to at least let you know what software was used to erase the emails and other info. Either way, we will all know whether the information was purposely erased or not.

   If the government can't do this on its own, then it is because they do not want to do it and they have something to hide! This is no surprise coming from the Bush administration.

   For the record, erasing this information would just about make this group guilty of obstruction of justice, not to mention tampering with evidence, which I do think would be an impeachable offense.

  The excuse from one White House mouthpiece is that the emails in question were more than likely sent before  2004, the year in which the policy of preserving emails  sent by White house officials was adopted. Source

Patrick J. Leahy ( Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee ):

“This sounds like the administration’s version of the dog ate my homework.

   I am deeply disturbed that just when this administration is finally subjected to meaningful oversight it cannot produce the necessary information.”

Representative Henry A. Waxman: “This is a remarkable admission that raises serious legal and security issues. The White House has an obligation to disclose all the information it has.” 

   Former President Richard M. Nixon couldn't have spelled ' cover-up ' any better than this groups of crooks and liars!





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