Once Upon a Time, The EPA Has a Missing?

Missing A What?

Missing A What?
Should we start this story out as “Once upon a Time”? Or, You Ain’t Gonna believe this Sh*t!!!.. Either way we all know it is a fairy tale. Even our children are this smart….
First The IRS — now the EPA is having its own trouble finding missing emails.
The EPA is having complications locating emails belonging to a past agency employee and gathering information from his crashed hard drive, House members learned Wednesday while questioning Administrator Gina McCarthy at a hearing on complaints of mismanagement.

“What is it with bureaucrats and public employees … the hard drives crash?” asked Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (R-Mich.).

He and others on the Oversight and Government Reform Committee questioned McCarthy about missing information related to the committee’s investigation into the potential environmental impact of a proposed gold and copper mine in the Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska.

“It sounds like we have another missing hard drive,” said Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.).
McCarthy said her agency hasn’t given up.
“We’re having trouble getting information off of it and are trying different ways,” McCarthy said.
The agency also notified the National Archives on Tuesday that there may be some unrecoverable emails that should have been preserved under federal law. “I’m still hoping we recovered all those emails,” she said.
The committee has tried to reach the employee in question, who McCarthy said previously resided in Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula but has since relocated to New Zealand.


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