The real news, in my opinion, comes from the testimony of a guy named Justin Cooper. Cooper was paid by both the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton family to assist a State Department employee, Brian Pagliano, in managing Clinton's server. Why no one has focused on the blatant illegality of using a federal employee for personal chores is one of those decisions that I really don't understand. But up until July I was always under the misapprehension that failing to safeguard Top Secret documents was a punishable offense.
I don't think a low paid contract employee would have been tempted to assist in attempts to breach Hillary Clinton's email server. There is no reason to think that a low paid contract employee would sell discarded cell phones. There is no reason to think Cooper was compromised by a foreign intelligence service. But we don't know that because he never underwent any kind of security investigation before he was entrusted with Top Secret and above information. But the fact that a server that contains classified information and services the email accounts of the secretary of state and her cronies and accomplices would have been totally exposed to tampering by the people handling it speaks to the complete disdain Clinton held for safeguarding classified information.Madame BleachBit is not only not transparent, she's positively Nixonian in her style of keeping her cards to her vest.