Usually you would know, right? Emails don't just walk across the wifi from one device to another.
Apparently she told the FBI that she had already, previously, given them all the devices she used for email handling.
"The person, who would not discuss the case unless granted anonymity, said Abedin was not a regular user of the computer, and even when she agreed to turn over emails to the State Department for federal records purposes, her lawyers did not search it for materials, not believing any of her messages to be there."
Well... "not a regular user". In other words, "a user".
"[She] has told people she is unsure how her emails could have ended up on a device she viewed as her husband’s computer"
They were doing things on the net
That they wanted to stay hidden,
Things that were embarrassing
Or maybe even forbidden.
Such computer incompetence.
It makes me want to laugh.
They needed a security pro
In their home, on staff.a