[ExI] my unified theory on what really happened at the state department
atymes at gmail.com
Wed May 11 17:20:54 UTC 2016
On May 11, 2016 10:02 AM, "spike" <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
> >… On Behalf Of Adrian Tymes
> Subject: Re: [ExI] my unified theory on what really happened at the state
> >…Granting your theory for sake of argument, it does not necessarily
follow that others must necessarily have hacked in...It's certainly
possible. It'd be foolish to assume they definitely did not. But...it is
also incorrect, and can lead to problems, if one assumes that anyone did,
let alone any specific one…
> Adrian that is a damning admission that Hillary and her people cannot
Fortunately, it's not up to her people to make it. It's up to the FBI.
> The secure world isn’t like criminal court where the prosecutor must
prove that the defendant committed the act.
You speak of felonies. That is the criminal justice system.
The secure world is concerned with whether the info was, was not, or might
have been compromised, not directly with punishments (beyond loss of
access) for said compromise. It does not have a concept of "felon".
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