I read elsewhere that Ms. Broadwell left email messages to the General in his draft folder on his computer, and he did the same for here. That is how she had access to his computer to send threatening emails to Ms. Kelley.
Could this possibly be true? Why the heck does an underling, a reserve office, a half-civilian have access to the General’s computer? Doesn’t that seem bizarre to anybody? Isn’t that a blatant infringement of classified rules?
And when are we going to learn exactly what the threats were that sent Ms. Kelley running to the FBI to protect her?
Doesn’t all of this intrigue seem rather incestuous?
They posted messages to each other in a gmail account. You do not need access to the general’s computer to do that. You only need the password to the account.