Heather Samuelson, the Justice Department agreed to destroy laptops the attorneys turned over to federal investigators and to limit searches of the devices to documents created before Jan. 31, 2015.
The perplexing “side agreements” are revealed in a letter that Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte sent to Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday.
Investigators with the House Judiciary Committee, which Goodlatte chairs, were able to review the DOJ’s agreements with Mills and Samuelson, who worked as aides to Clinton at the State Department before taking jobs as her lawyers.
“Please explain why DOJ agreed to limit their search of the Mills and Samuelson laptops to a date no later than January 31, 2015,” Goodlatte writes in the letter
DOJ Agreed To Limit Search Of Clinton Lawyers' Laptops | The Daily Caller