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There is scuttlebutt that this week, as early as today, we’ll see the first release of materials declassified by Attorney General Bill Barr, relating to how bad actors within the federal bureaucracy and in the media sought to overthrow the US Government with the harebrained lie that Donald Trump is a Russian agent.

Since the British government was involved in providing the falsified data that launched the Mueller Investigation and has promoted non-stop anti-Trump propaganda throughout their state-run news agencies ever since, it would be interesting if the release of these documents were to coincide with President Trump’s visit to the UK, where he landed this morning. It would be especially interesting if Barr declassifies the 32 pages of NSA documents about murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich.

A central claim of the Mueller Report is that the DNC server was hacked by Russian intelligence, who provided this data to WikiLeaks for publication. This claim is refuted both by Bill Binney who worked at the NSA for over 30 years and by WikiLeaks representative Craig Murray.

Murray says he personally received the thumb drive containing the DNC data from disgruntled DNC employees, though he will not confirm that Seth Rich involved. Scientific tests performed by Bill Binney and his associates in other countries independently support Murray’s claims by proving that the DNC data published by WikiLeaks was obtained by someone with physical access to the server. The data transfer rates of the download were too fast to have been achieved through a remote hack.

Since the DNC refused to turn their server over to the FBI to be investigated and since neither WikiLeaks nor Binney were ever subpoenaed by the Mueller Investigation, it is very good news that Bill Binney will be entering this information into the legal record when he testifies in the Roger Stone defense case on June 21st.

Among the charges against Stone is one of obstructing investigations into Russian election interference by making false statements about his interactions with WikiLeaks. Stone seeks to undermine the basis of the DOJ’s case by challenging their assumption that Russians hacked the DNC and how WikiLeaks received that data.

Alexandra Bruce

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