A commenter directs us to this excellent Corrente
piece, which presents photographic evidence of Karl Rove carrying a brochure for Coptix, one of the Domain servers for the mysterious GWB43 email addresses, which White House staffers used to hide from the Presidential Records Act.
Coptix and Smartech (about which we have written at length) are both in, or very near, Chattanooga, Tennessee. I still do not know of any link between the companies, but since they both serve that address, a connection seems likely.
Meanwhile, as this Kos diarist
notes, no on-camera mainstream media figures have touched this story. You'd think that these journalists would be in an excellent position to leap upon the scoop of this young century.
After all, Karl does 95% of his work
on non-official email servers. Karl communicates with journalists often. Those journalists must have records of GWB43 (or other) emails from the White House.
A White House spokesman has said that these accounts were set up to "so that people weren't using their official accounts for political activities." If journalists see the magic string GWB43 anywhere in their inbox folders, then they have prima facie
evidence of official
Either the Presidential Records Act has been violated or the Hatch Act has been violated. I can't see a third possibility. Can you?