An excellent question, indeed.
Singer-songwriter John Ondrasik, better known as Five for Fighting, whose smash “Superman (It’s Not Easy)” was the most popular of his successful releases, tweeted the question on Friday.
After Hillary Clinton’s attorney admitted that she intentionally wiped her server clean and permanently deleted all of her emails, people all over are asking this very thing.
Lawyers, If Congress subpoenaed my Computer and I intentionally wiped it, what would happen to me? Serious Question. #54F
— John Ondrasik (@johnondrasik) March 27, 2015
Here are some pretty good responses:
— Ed Morrissey (@EdMorrissey) March 27, 2015
— FederalistNY (@jkmny51) March 27, 2015
@johnondrasik I’m not a criminal lawyer, but in a civil case if an adverse party requests documents & you destroy them, you are screwed.
— John Hinderaker (@jhinderaker) March 28, 2015
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