Clinton Campaign Contracted a Hard Drive, Document  Destruction Company

The latest Inside the Beltway scuttlebutt alleges that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign issued multiple payments to a firm that specializes in destroying computer hard drives and document destruction, according to a report released in Israel on Wednesday.

“[Hillary] Clinton’s campaign records detail enough payments to document destruction specialists to destroy [information contained on] 14 hard drives,” according to Israeli investigative journalist Ari Yashar.

According to Yashar, the payments were recorded in February and March of 2016 going to the American Document Destruction, Inc., in Sparks, Nevada. The company claims its staff possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in totally destroying computer hard drives.

“Our hard drive destruction procedures take place either at your site or at our secure facility in Sparks, NV,” the  company’s website states. “This decision is yours to decide based on cost and convenience to you. In either situation, the hard drive will be destroyed by a shredding.”  

The website also states:

“We have a dedicated machine for hard drive destruction,” the website continues. “We will also record the serial numbers of all drives to be destroyed to be kept in our records. A copy of this log can be provided to you as well.

“Our equipment is powerful. Whether you require ON SITE or OFF SITE service, performed at our Sparks facility, large volumes can be quickly destroyed regardless of staples, clips or fasteners,” the site says. “Office paper, folders, binders and computer media can be destroyed in just minutes. As a result, we pass the savings on to you! A new service we also offer is computer hard drive destruction, either ON-SITE or OFF-SITE.

“ADDNV, Inc. ensures that even small amounts are economical to have destroyed. ADDNV, Inc. encourages our clients to visit the Sparks facility to observe the shredding of your documents. The added bonus with ADDNV, Inc. is that we offer personal service whenever you need it. We can be reached locally and our customers are more than just account numbers in a large franchise.”

Clinton campaign staff did not return Yashar’s telephone calls for comment about what documents it paid to have destroyed.

While presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton claims the U.S. State Department was successful in achieving its goals under her direction, it appears that once again the former First Lady and Senator is exaggerating her successes during her tenure as Secretary of State. While she portrays herself as a devoted public servant, numerous Americans — including law enforcement officers — believe she is arguably a partner in an international crime family complete with consigliere, lieutenants and de facto button men (Mafia soldiers).

“The female politician who says she wants to be women’s champion as President of the United States, helped her allegedly lecherous husband to all but destroy Bill Clinton’s accusers. In fact, Hillary [Clinton] lead a special ‘war room’ committee to help cover up what she termed ‘bimbo eruptions.’ I guess now she needs the bimbos’ votes,” said a former corporate security director, Lester Sorrenson, who specialized in investigating hostile work environment cases.  “Because her husband was being sued by one of the women targeted by the Clinton clan, why were there no charges brought against Hillary Clinton for witness tampering? These people got away with not just some minor violations but with major infractions including intimidating witnesses and other criminal conspiracies,” Sorrenson said.


Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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