We know that the White House has boasted that they voluntarily handed over “all” of the e-mails related to Benghazi. But as far as I am aware none of those e-mails came from these secret alias accounts. We now know, thanks to the AP, that the practice of using alias e-mails is widespread throughout the the top levels of the government. It seems fair to ask whether or not there were any alias e-mails not included in the Benghazi disclosures.
Richard Windsor never existed at EPA, but ”he” had an email account.
Former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson used that name when she wanted to send and receive secret emails.
How far did she go to make her imaginary friend seem real?
“Richard Windsor” was given annual awards for being a “scholar of ethical behavior” three times, between 2010 and 2012.
“Richard Windsor” was also awarded certificates showing he had “satisfactorily completed the online email records management training”; took the 2010 “No FEAR Act Training Module” and completed a “Cybersecurity awareness training” course in 2011, where he scored 83 percent!!!
I have to wonder if Lisa was also taking a paycheck for “Richard Windsor?”
She went to great lengths to make him SEEM real.
The excuse used for the secret emails is because of all of the emails the officials receive. Apple Mail lets you prioritize senders so that they can be the first ones you read. I’m guessing that all email programs have this feature. This means that the secret emails aren’t needed because of the volume. If they were used because of the volume of emails, why would they use a different name?