IT Firm Working for Clinton in Maelstrom Over Server: Wash. PostJoi Preciphs
The Denver-based tech firm that managed operations of e-mail server Hillary Clinton used while she was Secretary of State has received death threats and harrassing phone calls, the firm’s vice president tells Washington Post.
- Platte River Networks’ David DeCamillis says if his company had anticipated trouble, it “would never have taken it on”
- “It was an e-mail server, that simple,” he said
- DeCamillis says company has undergone background checks for clients in the past, but he didn’t think any employees held formal govt-issued security clearances
- Defense Dept spokeswoman for office that vets cos. for clearances said it hasn’t extended one to Platte River Networks
- NOTE: Clinton instructed aides last week to hand server over to Justice Dept
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