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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Libby E-mails "Missing"

Remember how Nixon managed to 'lose' several minutes of an Oval Office tape recording? It was later found that his secretary had been ordered to delete that portion. Well, then this should sound familiar.

Some of the White House e-mails are supposedly 'missing' due to an archival failure. These e-mails may be related to the Libby prosecution - at least they fit into the timeframe for the felony. Of course, until they are found on the server somewhere, Fitzgerald is forced to admit that as of now there is no 'evidence' that they contained any evidence.

Funny thing, is I found it on Fox News. That means I'm unable to tell if they are gloating or not. But it's also here on Capitol Hill Blue, which is where I found it first. Strange that something on CHB, which is openly opposed to Bush, would be found so quickly on Fox, which is a Bush worshipping station. But that is the case. It's 12:43 p.m. as I write, and these are the only two items I could find via Google that were more then 'preliminary' or 'glossing over the subject' in length.
"Bottom line: Accidents happen and there could be a benign explanation, but this is highly irregular and invites suspicion," said Steve Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists government secrecy project.

Yeah, huh? You'd think that guys who worked for Nixon (Cheney) and studied the Nixon presidency (Bush) would know better than to try that same old used up excuse of "the e-mails went missing somehow, you explain it". I'm suprised they aren't trying to blame the dog for eating them.

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