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Teacher, my computer ate my homework....

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I know about email back ups.

Do you think it would be acceptable if BofA used the email crash trick ahead of its mortgage settlement lawsuit?

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You are assuming it's a trick with zero evidence to back your claim up.

 

If it's a trick then it's unacceptable, I don't understand why you think I would believe otherwise.

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Yeah wall street company. We know you have to adhere to NASD and SEC rules and you have to have a principal sign off and review EVERY communication that goes out and I know you guys have filters and email rules in place to quarantine emails but now the IRS.....nah. No controls here. Hilarious.

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You are assuming it's a trick with zero evidence to back your claim up.

If it's a trick then it's unacceptable, I don't understand why you think I would believe otherwise.

The question isnt motive or trick.

Today would Congress or the media accept a banks answer of email crash?

Simple question.

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If it's what happened, would they just sing na-na-na and keep demanding something be pulled out of someones ass?

 

Are the retention rules for the IRS people mandated at the same extent as banks emails are? I don't know the answer to that question.

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Imma say no.

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If it's what happened, would they just sing na-na-na and keep demanding something be pulled out of someones ass?

 

Are the retention rules for the IRS people mandated at the same extent as banks emails are? I don't know the answer to that question.

From what Ive read In the IRS regulations IRS e-mails if they relate to oficial business, are to be treated like all other Federal records. This means by Federal law they should be Archived in a manner to preserve them. Storing them on the harddrive of a computer is not sufficient. At the minimum it seems that Federal law has been violated in the proper preservation of them.

 

ps it does seem rather suspicious to me that 7 people have now lost e-mails due to seven different computer crashes, and they cant recover data from any of them. It seems that the IRS is either covering something up or has a terrible IT staff

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I'm gonna go with the same thing I told liberals when they scoffed at the TANG not being able to find W. Bush's records. "I can see how it looks shady, but I can also see it happening."

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I'm gonna go with the same thing I told liberals when they scoffed at the TANG not being able to find W. Bush's records. "I can see how it looks shady, but I can also see it happening."

I might be right with you if one harddrive crash had lost e-mails. It starts getting realy fishy when they say they lost 7 people e-mails due to 7 hardrive failures.

Im curious if anybody not involved in this investigation lost their e-mails.

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The crash happened the week after Lois Lerner first got a letter from congress asking about targeting.

 

Bet that was a busy around DC

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