Now the Administration is claiming that Lois Lerner’s hard drive was lost, destroyed or recycled, so her emails may be lost forever.
I’m not a networking guy, but I still call BS.
- Lois Lerner’s hard drive
- Lerner’s work-group’s email server’s hard drive
- The RAID (large redundant hard-disk) array(s) and/or backup tape(s) to which Lerner’s work group email server backed up its emails
- Any of the number of tapes, and/or mirrors of RAID arrays, to which the emails had been backed up in the interest of “disaster recovery”…
…(in other words, the exact same level of backup to which any private entity would be required to adhere to by law, or face default judgment in the event of litigation, including (especially!) from the IRS, and the level of backup all levels of all serious business practice to make sure they can respond to legal action, to say nothing of things like, well, hard drives going bad)…
…had all been “lost, destroyed or recycled”, they’d have a point.
INCIDENTAL NOTE: This post is #11,000 since November, 2006. Apropos nothing.