Most analysts earn their daily bread by focusing on a particular subject area and following that direction. However, I rebelled against that established pattern — and as a result, I tend to look between the lines more than many of my peers do. That means when major news media outlets focus on a story, I’m more likely to see what they missed. In the case of both the Clinton email scandal and the DNC email leak — not to mention the various whistle-blower events — what interests me isn’t what’s been covered but what hasn’t been covered.