Whatever information was contained on the reportedly destroyed hard drives of Lois Lerner and her accomplices must be exceptionally damaging for them to have gone to these extremes to keep it hidden from public view.
Lou Dobbs is Bill Hemmerâ€™s guest and they discuss the curious nature of the hard drive failures that seem to follow those who come into contact with Lois Lerner.
The latest â€œvictimâ€ we have learned of is April Sands, who formerly worked with Lerner at the Federal Election Commission.
The discuss and show Twitter messages sent by Sands during work hours at the IRS which are clearly a violation of the Hatch Act, which restricts political activity for federal employees. She sent out Twitter Tweets during work hours, on a federal computer, in a federal conference room. All are clearly violations and they occurred more than once.
Lou Dobbs says the reason that this is significant to the IRS investigation is that it establishes a pattern. Dobbs reminds us that, â€œThe destruction of federal property is a crime, with the purpose of obstructing justice it becomes an additional crime.â€
He also says the evidence suggests some complicity with the people in the IT department with those who were violating the Hatch Act.
Dobbs reveals that the true IT wizards, the forensic IT people are currently â€œpursuing diligentlyâ€ the overlaps and backups on other locations. He says they have completed the reconstruction process for about 20,000 emails already.
Hemmer questions Dobbs on whether he believes the investigators will get to the bottom of this, to which he responds, â€œOh, I absolutely do. And I absolutely believe that with rigorous investigation, and that probably means a select committee here on the part of Congress, and he thinks that when they do, they will find that these eight people were all working together.
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