Electronically stored information (ESI) has a tendency to resurface at unexpected times and in the least likely of places. The same can be said of the emails scandalizing the 2016 presidential campaign of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Since this past Friday, when emails possibly linked into the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s use of a private email server resurfaced in an unrelated investigation, the world has anxiously awaited insight on the agency’s review of the approximately 650,000 emails in question. And though the 2016 presidential election is less than a week away, the FBI is predicting that the emails’ review, despite the aid of technology in filtering out duplicates already reviewed in the previous FBI investigation, could possibly extend beyond Election Day .
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