Should the above be true and the content of Elizondo's drive ends up in the hands of New York Prosecutors and/or South District Attorney (or US Mission to the UN) - UNDP might be in for serious troubles. Especially since Elizondo was directly involved in particular confidential deals with Myanmar, North Korea and Afghanistan, where she was ultimately last "Approver" inside complicated financial transactions.
UNDP's Investigators have allegedly found evidence of Elizondo's mailbox including her ATLAS profile in Baroncini's desktop.
Same sources say that Helen Clark's Office has allegedly indicated that a deal be offered immediately to Baroncini and transfer Doss's daughter to another duty station (maybe in Brussels or Copenhagen).
One thing is for sure - UNDP's reputation is yet again at stake and inaction this time might cost a lot to the organization.