Skip to comments.The Mueller Investigation Failed to Provide Evidence That the DNC Was Actually Hacked
Posted on 07/11/2019 6:44:57 PM PDT by bitt
In 2017, a memorandum was sent to the White House from a group of former U.S. intelligence officials, including William Binney, former technical director at the National Security Agency (NSA).
The team was a veritable whos who of accredited technical wizards, comprising former top brass from the NSA, CIA, U.S. Air Force Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Intelligence Council, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and IBM.
The subject of the memo was their forensic analysis of the emails that were allegedly obtained from a hack at the Democratic National Committee (DNC)a basis for assertions that the campaign of then-candidate Donald Trump colluded with the Russian government.
Unchallenged allegations of a computer hack permeated nearly all mainstream-media coverage of the investigation and were sprinkled throughout much of the final report from special counsel Robert Mueller. The indictment of 12 Russians by Mueller asserts that the emails were obtained through a remote network breach. The indictment drones on and on about a Russian military unit dubbed Unit 26165 and X-Agent malware that supposedly allowed the DNC emails to be compromised.
But analysis of the files themselves (analysis that team Mueller either never conducted or never discussed) shows otherwise.
What was revealed through forensic analysis of the emails was that they were copied at speeds too high to have been hacked and transmitted over the internet. The metadata indicate that the emails had to have been copied locallyby someone who had physical access to the networkto some sort of mobile hard drive or flash drive.
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His name was SETH RICH.
Seth Richs family apparently dropped their desire to know who murdered Seth because of some private settlement they are unwilling or unable to discus.
THey should strap Mueller to a chair in front of a PC and let us question him! We’d get to the bottom of crap.
That arrangement smells like extortion or a threat something that shouldnt be kept private especially since a murder took place.
The metadata indicate that the emails had to have been copied locallyby someone who had physical access to the networkto some sort of mobile hard drive or flash drive.
We keep hearing this. And I agree that 49.1 megabytes per second (nearly 400 mbs) exceeds at least the typical Internet download speed.
So a couple of questions:
1. When the emails were downloaded to a thumb drive do they get a new time stamp. If so that would be all you need for a forensic analysis.
2. Is it really true that 49.1 megabits per second over the Internet is really impossible.
Two yes answers = Slam Dunk for the Inside Job Theory.
Remember, the whole family is hard left so theyre not too inclined to upset the apple cart. More like walk away with a whole lot of money and political favor. I think it was the brother who took control and stopped all communication on the subject. Might want to look how well heeled he is. Lifestyle changes etc.
There was no hack.
Seth Rich downloaded to a thumb drive.
Gave it to Wikileaks.
He was killed for it.
Want of get to the bottom of this whole thing?
Look at that.
I was thinking the same thing. How low can you go by not wanting to find the murder of your son because of ideological beliefs. If that’s not the case then they’re being threatened or paid off or all three of the above. Whatever it is it’s kinda scary.
Rich is a definite possibility, but IMO, one or more of the Awans are/were equivalently possible.
Funny how the CRIMINAL AWAN Brothers fell into the cracks, left the country with ALL OUR SECRETS, all with the help of the EVIL DEMOCRATS!
You should really read the detailed whitepaper on this, but basically yes to both questions. The timestamps are particularly interesting, as how they are handled depends on the type of filesystem. That’s all addressed in the analysis.
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