Sarah Nixon Palin Update

From the ADN:
Nearly a month of former Gov. Sarah Palin's emails are missing from the documents released to media organizations last week, a gap that raises questions about what other emails might also be missing from what's being nationally reported as her record as Alaska governor.

The records include no emails between Dec. 8, 2006 and Dec. 29, 2006. The state's log of emails that it withheld from public release lists none from that time period.

Well now, we have proof the emails were manipulated. Did they think no one would notice a whole month of missing emails from the Palin email dump? This gap is not accounted for by the dicey redaction-removal process the DOL and Governor Parnell facilitated. It’s the Palin equivalent of the Nixon 18 1/2 minute gap. Will the Palin gap ever be recovered? There is no doubt in my mind there are all kinds of missing emails which would not show any kind of gap because they did not span a long period of time. I am sure many people are wondering why their emails are not found in the data base. This was very predictable, but quite amateurish. A thread can easily be removed without anyone noticing. A single email here and there would not be noticeable. To make emails disappear they would have to remove any reciprocals from other people’s accounts as cover. Sehr interessant!

Palingates has some background on this story. Andree Mcleod has been trying to get some answers about the email gap.


Anonymous said...

Alaskan Archives indicate back room closed door discussions re gas pipeline contracts occurring during this time frame.

Celia Harrison said...

Anonymous 10:49, there would have been emails on other subjects including incoming messages.

wakeUpAmerica said...

For being such dedicated liars and cheats, they really suck at it. Dumb maroons.

Anonymous said...

Yes, other emails also might be interesting, Celia Harrison. But ones relating to pipeline contract talks may be incriminating. Remember this was major state business worth millions being conducted in secret much like Cheney/oil/Enron deals, contrary to the new governor's stated platform of transparency in these matters.

Celia Harrison said...

Anonymous 6:10, I agree it was very likely something fishy went on with these negotiations. It was quite dumb to eliminate all the other emails for that cover up and draw attention to the very thing they may have been trying to hide. It makes me think the person who did the email removal had little technical skill.