Friday, June 13, 2014

The Dog Ate Lerner's Emails

Oh, sure!!

More than two years of emails sent by Lois Lerner, the former official at the center of a scandal involving the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups, have been lost, the IRS informed the House Ways and Means Committee.

On Friday, the committee released a statement saying that the IRS informed members that they lost Lerner's emails from January 2009 through April 2011.

Try telling IRS that you "lost" a couple years' worth of expense receipts.

Go ahead.  I double-dog-dare ya.


Saint Revolution said...

It is literally impossible to lose eMails.

With BU backup systems and DR disaster recovery systems creating multiple daily backups of the same data every day 365 days per year via multiple differing backup methodologies, there are MULTIPLE COPIES of these eMails stored somewheres EVEN with SAN deduplication in place and enabled.

Even if the IRS is lying, which they are, and they have actually tried to delete all of these eMails, it is almost impossible to find and delete every backup copy, especially if their backup methodology in place is mediocre at best, which I am sure is the case being the IRS/government.

There are also very high end professional undelete and forensic software tools to search for and/or undelete files and even whole volumes and entire hard drives.

Any mediocre half-witted Systems Administrator knows all of this.

There is no fucking way these eMails are gone. Give me 24 hours on the IRS infrastructure and I'll find every bit and byte...every fucking bit and byte.

Uncle Scam just cannot stay under that legal Calypso bar...always trying to be above the law when dancing around the law.

It's prison time you double-standard criminal traitors.

End the income tax.

End The IRS.

End The Fed.

Anonymous said...

Yea, what the Saint said. All of it!

Anonymous said...

It gets better
Now the republicans in congress are asking NSA for the missing emails

Anonymous said...

Lois is stealing a page from Dick Cheney's eMail playbook. Isn't it nice that both sides play by the same rules?

Anonymous said...

Never mind that the archive laws have changed since 2005. And the technology Anon 7:41.