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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Paragraph #82 in New Yorker article: Christopher Steele's sources in a July 26, 2016 memo said release of DNC emails was caused by persons "within the Democratic Party structure itself," but the claim hasn't been substantiated-New Yorker, 3/12/18

3/12/18, "Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier," The New Yorker, Jane Mayer

paragraph #82:

"On July 26, 2016, after WikiLeaks disseminated the D.N.C. e-mails, Steele filed yet another memo, this time claiming that the Kremlin was “behind” the hacking, which was part of a Russian cyber war against Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Many of the details seemed far-fetched: Steele’s sources claimed that the digital attack involved agents “within the Democratic Party structure itself, as well as Russian émigrés in the U.S. and “associated offensive cyber operators." Neither of these claims has been substantiated, and it’s hard to imagine that they will be."...


Comment: Among the entirety of Steele "unsubstantiated memos" used by the US government to obtain FISA Court search warrants against Americans, this one, implicating Democrat party operatives, hasn't been mentioned to date.


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