We believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller faces major embarrassment if he decides to pursue the indictment he filedâ€“which accuses 12 Russian GRU military personnel and an entity identified as, Guccifer 2.0, for the DNC hackâ€”because the available forensic evidence indicates the emails were copied onto a storage device.
Notwithstanding the DOJ press release, an examination of the Wikileaks DNC files do not support the claim that the emails were obtained via spearphising. Instead, the evidence clearly shows that the emails posted on the Wikileaks site were copied onto an electronic media, such as a CD-ROM or thumbdrive before they were posted at Wikileaks. The emails posted on Wikileaks were saved using the File Allocation Table (aka FAT) computer file system architecture.
An examination of the Wikileaks DNC files shows they were created on 23, 25 and 26 May respectively. The fact that they...
Jim Lincoln wrote: https://tinyurl.com/y29rty3q Sen. Ben Sasse (14_min YouTube) on "Russian influence on the Campaign is a big deal"
Democrat cheating in the Campaign (both within their party and balloting) is the big deal, which I think is why they try to shift blame to the Russians. This childish tactic seems to work on the simpletons who support them, but it reminds me of cop shows where, when they confront a driver with pot in his car, get the response "It isn't mine!", as if the police were born yesterday.
Adriel wrote: Why would the Russians hack the DNC? The DNC are commie Liberalists anyway!!
You're implying Russians are Communist, or at least sympathetic. As things are going, we conform better to that epithet better than they do! After several tens of millions dead, they may have learned something. We have yet to, apparently.
Russia doesn't worry me, unless we start a war with them, which is likely given the arrogant, chronic militarism of those in the UK and USA who follow Cecil Rhodes in believing the world should be controlled by Anglo-Saxons.