Four people were subpoenaed to testify before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform regarding Hillary’s servers. Three of the four showed up.
Two of the three that showed up took the Fifth and were excused.
Only one, Justin Cooper, testified.
And what did he have to say?
Up to 20 people had access to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s private email system, Clinton IT tech Justin Cooper testified Tuesday before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (HOGR).
Cooper — the longtime aide to former President Bill Clinton who helped set up Hillary Clinton’s servers and destroyed some of her BlackBerry phones with a hammer — said “less than 20 people” had access to the former secretary of state’s private servers, although he didn’t offer an exact number. Cooper revealed to the committee he had no security clearance when he set up and accessed the original Clinton servers in 2008 during Hillary’s first presidential bid.
Cooper also told the committee he didn’t know what “security functions” were on the servers or whether they were encrypted.
“You’re running it, you don’t even know if it’s encrypted?” HOGR Chairman and Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz said.
Clinton’s servers hosted thousands of emails, including ones with classified information.
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And of course, everyone that has access to that had the proper security clearance, right?