Skip to comments.E-gate epidemics: Public officials are resorting to unlawful ways of avoiding public scrutiny
Posted on 03/11/2015 8:01:56 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
Former CIA Director David Petraeus plea-bargained to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized removal and retention of classified material after having given classified government information to his onetime mistress, Paula Broadwell. How was Gen. Petraeus transgression uncovered? By exposure of a nongovernment email account that he had set up with to communicate with Ms. Broadwell free of CIA scrutiny.
After a series of Democratic scandals in the New York state legislature, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is instituting a policy to have the emails of state employees automatically deleted after 90 days. Apparently, Mr. Cuomo does not want e-trails of politicians communications. Meanwhile, the former speaker of the New York state assembly, Sheldon Silver, faces charges of corruption and was forced by subpoena to turn over computer correspondence.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
“Be answerable to the public? No way!”
The political criminal class knows no bounds.
Bill Clinton and Lindsey Graham being proud of never, or seldom, sending email says more about their character ... or lack thereof ... than just about anything else.
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