Before you pile on me, yes, I understand there are more important issues here than the actual physical means of destroying evidence. That said, I didn't realize Secretaries of State had "burn bags."
Anyone who has ever worked in an office has seen those ubiquitous, locked, trash bins destined for shredding. But burn bags must be the province of the muckety mucks.
They're talked about in Huma Abedin admits that Clinton burned daily schedules. To wit:
“If there was a schedule that was created that was her Secretary of State daily schedule, and a copy of that was then put in the burn bag, that . . . that certainly happened on . . . on more than one occasion,” Abedin told lawyers representing Judicial Watch, the conservative organization behind the emails lawsuit.
Abedin made the surprising admission in response to a question about document destruction at the Department of State.
Whose job was it to toss those bags into the incinerator? Or were they pitched into a pile in the back yard at Chapaqua? Anyone having read Tim Weiner's excellent book, "Enemies: a history of the FBI," will be reminded of the line about the back yard bonfires that occurred immediately after J. Edgar Hoover departed the bureau. I can't see Bill or Hillary personally doing it, but it's very easy to envision some eager underlings doing it, knowing that's what the masters wanted.
We'll likely never get the answers to these questions, and admittedly, few besides me are really interested. But it's fun to imagine.