EXCLUSIVE: Hillary Clinton Technology Chief Went To High School With Her Email Storage Manager

AP Photo/Na Son-Nguyen
AP Photo/Na Son-Nguyen

One of Hillary Clinton’s closest chief technology advisers went to high school with a top official at the Denver-based email storage company that housed her private server, Breitbart News has learned.

Nathaniel Pearlman served as the chief technology officer on Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. Pearlman supervised the campaign’s IT director Bryan Pagliano, who later set up and managed Clinton’s private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State. Pagliano pleaded the Fifth Amendment Thursday in a closed-door hearing at the House Benghazi Committee.

Though Platte River Networks claims that it is an apolitical company that just happened to win the bid to house Clinton’s server in 2013, the evidence suggests otherwise.

Nathaniel Pearlman, from Clinton’s campaign, graduated from Boulder High School in 1984.

David DeCamillis, vice president at Platte River Networks, graduated from Boulder High School in 1983.

As Breitbart News reported, Platte River also currently employs top Clinton political operative David Goodfriend. Goodfriend is a major Washington cyber security lobbyist and friend of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta who is inexplicably acting as a counselor to the small Denver-based public relations firm Dovetail Solutions, which is handling all communications for Platte River Network during the email scandal.

Pearlman’s graphic design firm Graphicacy, which serves John Podesta’s think tank The Center for American Progress, did not return a request for comment. Representatives for Platte River Networks also did not respond to a request for comment.

Here’s David DeCamillis explaining how Platte River Networks shares its clients’ information to various partner firms across the United States and Canada.