Thursday, February 02, 2006


Shredding vs Burning....

When destroying vital documents, I would always suggest burning as the best way to get rid of those pesky papers and files that might expose information important to any sort of lawsuit or hearing. If it burns, it can't be glued together, now can it? Only if there is no way to burn it, then shredding might be the next best alternative. As far as E-mail goes, couldn't some experts run a fine toothed comb through those computers to find the destroyed emails? Even if deleted, doesn't the area still contain the documents until written over? This, I don't know, I'm wondering, though. Years ago, computers didn't necessarily delete when the user requested delete.
...Meek added: "Fitzgerald, who is fighting Libby's request, said in a letter to Libby's lawyers that many e-mails from Cheney's office at the time of the Plame leak in 2003 have been deleted contrary to White House policy."...
Fitzgerald admits White House may have destroyed some emails potentially relevant to CIA leak case

Hattip to the following blogs. Thanks, guys!
Linked from the post: I Can Walk at The CultureGhost, and the post: Expletive Deleted at Agitprop.

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