After Hillary Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump, she thought that all her criminal activities will be swept under the rug. But, she was very wrong. Donald Trump won’t let that happen and he is not done with her yet.
A House Committee is seeking charges against the IT company that managed Clinton’s private email server, according to the Daily Caller. The have referred the matter to the Justice Department for obstruction of justice and making false statements. The CEO of Platte River Networks was issued by Lamar Smith, a Texas Republican. Smith is a chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology committee.
In a statement, Smith said: ‘’With a new administration in place, I am hopeful that the Department of Justice will appropriately respond to the referral. We cannot allow companies with valuable information to stonewall us in our oversight efforts.’’
Reportedly, Platte River began managing Clinton’s email server in June 2013. This happened month after she left the State Department. Earlier this week, House aides said that the company ‘’flatly refused’ to honor two subpoenas for documents related to its investigation on Clinton’s server.
A technician for the company, Paul Combetta also allegedly received around 50 alerts about hacking attempts on Clinton’s server origination from overseas. Combetta simply asked to be removed from the alert system rather than to address this issue. During the House hearing last September, Combetta pled the Fifth.
Smith continued: ‘’ Failure to comply with duly issued subpoenas and obstruction of a congressional investigation will not be tolerated.’’
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