'Suspicious': Experts, GOP lawmakers question Lerner's lost email

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, in testimony on Capitol Hill this week,
cited those emails as proof of the hard drive crash.

But Lerner's communications with the agency's IT team referred to her
desire to retrieve "lost personal files" -- not lost emails.

And that detail is "very suspicious," according to David Kennedy, chief
executive of information security firm TrustedSec. Kennedy said that when
government computers crash, email recovery should be a priority. But in
Lerner's communication with the IT team, "There is no talk about the
recovery of the emails," Kennedy said, adding, "It didn't seem like they
really wanted to recover the data."

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