When the IRS says they are manually deduplicating the additional emails discovered, bear this in mind:
1) The Inspector General already bought software to remove duplicate emails -- and when your document base includes 30,000+ emails, computers will be far better at identifying duplicates than humans.
2) There is absolutely no reason to be concerned about releasing duplicate emails. Just release them. Judicial Watch and the public can sort out any duplicates.
Of course, what the IRS is really doing has nothing to do with deduplication. The IRS has sent the emails provided by the Inspector General to the special cover-up review board where the same people involved in the targeting are now working diligently to redact, deduplicate, and otherwise hide the evidence.
This entry was published Fri Jun 19 12:03:45 CDT 2015 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2015-06-19 12:03:45.0.