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Subject Hillary's emails WERE backed up to another server and it may still exist as the FBI works to sort it out
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Original Message If prosecutors are considering possible charges as new evidence continues to come forth Hillary might best realize that's it time to "lawyer up" - she would want to know the options of various legal outcomes....a plea bargain, prison time, etc....will be interesting to watch this play out!

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"Tens of thousands of emails once housed on former secretary of state Hillary Clinton's private computer server were moved to another device after a Colorado company took possession of the device in 2013, leaving open the possibility that copies of messages Clinton later chose to delete might still exist.
The FBI seized the server this week in a stunning move, signaling a new intensity in the investigation into whether Clinton knowingly send or received top-secret classified information through her private address while she was America's top diplomat.
Bloomberg reported Thursday night that Barbara Wells, an attorney for Platte River Networks, Inc., confirmed that while the server hardware now controlled by the FBI 'is blank and does not contain any useful data,' its contents could still be safe and sound elsewhere.
That's because the server's messages were 'migrated' to another server that still exists, she said, before ending the Bloomberg interview without specifying where that device is located and who owns it only that her company no longer has it."


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