Judge Sergio Moro repeatedly counseled prosecutor Deltan Dallagnol via Telegram during more than two years of Operation Car Wash.
The extradition and prosecution of Julian Assange sets an extremely dangerous precedence for press freedom.
The official narrative rests entirely on the premise that the DNC’s server was hacked by “Guccifer 2.0” — a persona whose very plausibility as a Russian intelligence officer completely falls apart upon consideration of the enormous mass of evidence in absolute contradiction of this notion.
From the latest joke-indictment by Robert Mueller to the hysterical press-coverage of the Trump-Putin summit, the way establishment media has been acting over the past week has been apoplectic.
Former FBI boss James Comey is officially under criminal investigation by the DOJ, Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed on Monday.
In November 2017, the DNC quietly changed their Russian hacking narrative via an Associated Press report, invalidating the circumstantial evidence that had been used to support the DNC’s Russian hacking claims, and representing a groundbreaking contradiction that has gone unobserved by establishment press outlets.
The Forensicator, who revealed last year that files published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona were accessed locally and not hacked, has just published a new analysis, the first of three articles which will comprise a series centered once again on the work of Guccifer 2.0.
New forensic evidence supports Julian Assange’s repeated assertions that the DNC emails (containing damning proof that the party had rigged the 2016 primary election against Bernie Sanders) published by Wikileaks came from a leak, challenging claims that Russia had “hacked” the DNC.