WikiLeaks took to Twitter to indicate that President Barack Obama ought to offer it accessibility to any material concerning Russia’s noted engagement in the US election hack, offering to authenticate the documents for better credibility.
The whistle-blowing platform’s tweet meticulously followed Obama’s interview on 15 December with NPR, in which he took a tough position on Russia and President Vladimir Putin’s claimed personal involvement in cyberattacks in the course of the 2016 presidential elections.
During the election campaign WikiLeaks had circulated the Podesta emails, a trove of information taken from the inbox of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chief John Podesta.
On 15 December, talking with a group of donors in New York, Clinton held accountable Putin and Russia for the cyberattacks on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and her campaign. She stated that the attacks were in efforts to “undermine our democracy” and were ordered by Putin “because he has a personal beef against me.”
Clinton stated, “This is not just an attack on me and my campaign, although that may have added fuel to it. This is an attack against our country. We are well beyond normal political concerns here. This is about the integrity of our democracy and the security of our nation,” the New York Times reported.
Obama should submit any Putin documents to WikiLeaks to be authenticated to our standards if he wants them to be seen as credible.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) December 16, 2016
WikiLeaks also said that it has been lately targeted by “different types” of DDoS attacks. The transparency organisation had earlier also noted to having been subject to a “targeted” cyberattackdays before the 8 November election.
Whether the latest DDoS attacks against WikiLeaks are in any way linked to the geopolitical scene the whistle-blowing platform currently appears to be entangled in, still continues to be unclear.
“I Was the WikiLeaks Contact for DNC Emails – Not Russia”
Good afternoon, I’m still reporting on the Clintons.
Ex-British ambassador Craig Murray, has just admitted to being the source of the DNC email leaks that were put out by WikiLeaks.
In an exclusive story running in this morning’s Daily Mail – a British newspaper – Murray says that he flew to Washington and in a clandestine meeting in a wooded area near American University in northwest Washington, D.C. took physical possession of the email trove that came from disgusted whistleblowers inside the DNC who had legal access to the data.
Although Murray declined to name names, he said that there were others – plural – inside the DNC who were involved.
Many of those watching this situation closely now believe that one of those responsible for the leak was the DNC’s Voter Expansion Data Director, 27-year-old Seth Rich.
Rich would have had broad admin privileges covering all email traffic within the DNC.
Rich was found shot in the back multiple times on July 10th, about a block from his home 2 miles north of the U.S. Capitol building at 4:20 am – early on Sunday morning, after staying up all night at his job at the DNC. The killer did not take Rich’s wallet, watch or cell phone.
Julian Assange offered a $20,000 reward for info on who killed Rich and has insisted throughout that the DNC emails were not the result of a Russian hack.
Assange has not been heard from since his last tweet on Nov. 6 – the Sunday before election day:
“Hey @Hillary Clinton, You have until Monday to drop out, or we will destroy you completely.”
That final set of emails was never revealed before Assange’s disappearance.
Murray’s claim flies in the face of the CIA/Democrat/MSM narrative that Russia hacked the DNC emails, than sent them to Assange to try to help Donald Trump win the presidential election. Therefore, the U.S. should go to war with Russia.
However, the truth seems to be slowly emerging that the WikiLeaks emails were provided on a thumb drive handed to Murray a few months ago.
Murray knew he was being closely watched by U.S. intelligence because one of his attempts to enter the U.S. was blocked over the weekend of Sept. 6-7th of this year.
Why was Murray on their watch list? Because as the British Ambassador to Uzbekistan Murray had discovered that Muslims were being tortured in that country at the behest of the U.S. and the U.K in an old Stalinist gulag in the middle of the Kyzyl Kum desert.
He released that information and was subsequently removed from his post amid allegations of misconduct. However, he was subsequently cleared of wrongdoing, but his links to Wikileaks today are well known.
In any case, Murray did eventually get into the U.S. and met with someone in the woods near American University. He said that the person he met with was not the original person who obtained the information, but an intermediary.
Murray said earlier this week that the CIA allegation that Russia was behind all of this is totally false.
“They are absolutely making it up. I know who leaked them. I’ve met the person who leaked them, and they are certainly not Russian. It’s a leak, not a hack; the two are different things,” said Murray.
“America has not been shy about arresting whistleblowers and it’s not been shy about extraditing hackers. They plainly have no knowledge whatsoever.”
Top retired intelligence officials this week backed Murray’s claims saying if CIA had the evidence, they would have named names.
Yesterday, a Congressional intelligence committee demanded that current intel officials come to testify before them today to explain what evidence they had. All of those who were called to appear refused yesterday – an unprecedented event.
These People Are A Danger To Themselves And Others! Wake Up!!!!!!
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