@pennsylforniageek would plugging it to a air-gapped raspberry pi that formats the drive with 0-overwrite work ?
So we've done that in the past in some specific cases. However, if a device potentially contains PII or FPII and you don't know who the owner is, it's best to just destroy it.
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