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Monday, 27 June 2016

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Hillary Clinton's email server was recently purchased on eBay for $450 by Jeron Marks of Pennsylvannia.

Raising doubts about the thoroughness of the FBI's investigation into Emailgate, a Pennsyvannia man claims he bought Hillary Clinton's old email server on an eBay auction--and, the man says--the server still has files on it, some possibly classified.

Jeron Marks who purchased the server in question provided this reporter with documents he found on the hard drives. A few of the documents he declined to print for security reasons, but he says they mentioned negotiations with other countries over the US drone program. He did give us a list of baby names Clinton prepared for future grandchildren to send to daughter Chelsea.

Marks also provided a link to the item page on eBay where he made his purchase. The server he bought is from a seller with the id HC2-Clintronics.

A Clinton attorney responded to the mans claims saying they had the OK to dispose of the server once the FBI archived the contents.

"We understood that the FBI copied and then wiped the contents of the server before returning it. At that point we could do whatever we wanted with it."

FBI spokesman Leonard Crowfeather disputed the lawyers claim saying, "While our forensic analysts certainly copied the contents of the server, wiping it afterwards is beyond the scope of their duties. The server should have been destroyed or erased by a data protection company that specializes in such things."

Donald Trump seized the opportunity to pillory Clinton over the revelations at a political rally.

"Crooked Hillary is lying again folks, but she's an amateur, an amateur. She should have called a professional who could handle a used server with classified data."

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