Top 5 WikiLeaks Denials Related to Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation
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by Matt Naham | 12:44 pm, January 7th, 2019
After it was reported on Sunday that WikiLeaks had sent out a lengthy list of statements it considers defamatory, the “confidential legal communication” has been leaked online. The list, which begins by crediting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with publishing “the largest leaks in the history of the CIA, State Department, Pentagon, the U.S. Democratic Party etc.,” says Assange’s leaking explains the existence of many “falsehoods” against him.
One subject that repeatedly came up was Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s Russia investigation. Each sentence was prefaced with,”It is false and defamatory to suggest,” so they are essentially denials.
“It is false and defamatory to suggest that WikiLeaks or Julian Assange has ever been contacted by the Mueller investigation.”
This one is pretty straightforward. Assange claims that Team Mueller has never contacted him or WikiLeaks, which is interesting when you consider that WikiLeaks has been at the center of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. It was, of course, WikiLeaks who published emails damaging to the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign before the 2016 election — emails that were allegedly hacked by Russian military intelligence officers posing as Guccifer 2.0.
Then there is the alleged Jerome Corsi, Roger Stone, and Randy Credico connection. Mueller has apparently been trying to discover if Corsi and Stone did have advanced knowledge of the DNC hack and were potentially involved in a conspiracy, while Credico was the man described as a communication middleman between Stone and Assange.
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January 8, 2019 at 2:05 AM #9695Cold Mountain TrailParticipant
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open only once internet use/cell phones & on-line shopping/destruction of brick&mortar shopping were well underway.
Its been obvious to me for a decade, but I think so gradual initially that people didn’t notice so much: everything accelerated follow 9/11 and the 2008 recession.
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