Destroying or altering court evidence is a criminal offense under US federal law, punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
"The FBI-issued cell phone of Peter Strzok, whose previous texts to his mistress (also an FBI employee) showed fierce hostility to Trump, suddenly had problems due to "software upgrades" and other issues - and voila - all the messages between the two from Dec. 14, 2016, to May 17, 2017 vanished."
Speaking to the FBI on May 3, 2016, "[redacted] indicated he believed he had an oh ----' moment and sometime between March 25-31, 2015 deleted the Clinton archive mailbox from the PRN server and used BleachBit to delete the exported .PST files he had created on the server system containing Clinton's e-mails."
She was asked repeatedly if she tried to wipe the server.
"I don't -- I have no idea, that's why we turned it over," Mrs. Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner, told reporters. "What, like with a cloth or something? ... I don't know how it works digitally at all."
1ST REPORTER: Can you tell us what you know about stories about shredding of Whitewater documents down in Arkansas-
HILLARY CLINTON: Nothing.
1ST REPORTER: -particularly at the gubernatorial mansion?
HILLARY CLINTON: Oh, that didn't happen, and I know nothing about any other such stories.
2ND REPORTER: Are you saying you know nothing about documents relating to Whitewater ever being shredded anywhere that you know about, or authorized- or being authorized?
HILLARY CLINTON: Absolutely not.
CHRIS BURY (VO): But this month, in a sworn statement to the Resolution Trust Corporation, Hillary Clinton said, quote, 'It appears I cooperated with this effort ' - to dispose of such files.