IRS Official: Lost Lois Lerner Emails May Still Exist

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Could the IRS have those missing Lois Lerner emails after all?

New testimony from a key Internal Revenue Service official indicates the IRS may not have lost two years of emails sent by former top IRS official Lois Lerner after all.

That is what the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee suggested Monday morning in a newly released transcript of a recent closed-door interview with IRS Deputy Associate Chief Counsel Thomas Kane.

Kane is responsible for producing documents requested by Congress that are related to a a probe into the IRS past practice of targeting conservative groups.

Kane met with House investigators after Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., issued a subpoena.

Kane told Oversight staffers last week that the backup tapes that held two years of lost Lerner emails may actually still exist.



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