By Duncan Smith
In recent days, reports noted that 22 cellphones and other devices used by special counsel Robert Mueller’s corrupt team of ‘Spygate’ investigators wiped them clean of all data.
Some claimed that the devices were ‘accidentally’ wiped. And one of Mueller’s lieutenants — Andrew Weissman — actually expects us to believe he accidentally wiped his cellphone twice.
Because he forgot the password or something. ‘Opps! How clumsy of me!’
That’s not all: Two team members actually said that their phones ‘wiped’ themselves. You can’t make this up.
But despite that likely intentional act of subterfuge, it gets worse.
It turns out that 44 devices used by the team (and why did they need so many to begin with?) has no data at all on them when they were turned back into the government, despite an 18-month long investigation.
Five more Special Counsel's Office (SCO) phones contained only one record each, and four others contained fewer than 10 records per device, according to a log kept by a records officer over the course of more than 20 months.
The lack of records on the phones is extraordinary given the immense scope of the probe. It is also suspicious considering that at least 22 phones belonging to members of the Mueller team were wiped, with employees offering questionable explanations for the erasures.
Under U.S. law, government records are defined as 'all recorded information, regardless of form or characteristics, made or received by a federal agency under federal law or in connection with the transaction of public business and preserved or appropriate for preservation by that agency or its legitimate successor as evidence of the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations, or other activities of the United States government or because of the informational value of data in them.'
Of the 92 unique iPhones used by the Mueller team, only 12 contained a significant number of records, an Epoch Times review of available records determined.
Awfully convenient for these devices to be so devoid of information, wouldn’t you say?
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