In the last few weeks, it has been disclosed that transition related emails for Gov. Rick Scott and his team may have been lost.
Then it was discovered that emails that had been on Scott's iPad were accidentally deleted.
It also turns out that emails on Scott's Blackberry also may have been lost, although some were recovered.
Newly-released records show that Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents brought in to help after the iPad incident back in April decided to see if Scott's Blackberry still had the emails on them.
The only problem is that the Blackberry was linked to the transition email account that got shut down in late January.
An April 29 email from an agent in FDLE's digital evidence section says that 87 pages of content was recovered off the Blackberry but there was no way to know for sure whether or not all the emails were recovered.
"Everyone involved acted with extreme professionalism and due diligence under non-ideal circumstances," wrote Jennifer Roeder. "I just wish that freaking emails were still on freaking phone."
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