Deborah Sines U.S attorney who led the Seth Rich investigation source of Michael Isikoff report, Even WP dismissed, Sines anti Trumper?, Social media revelations
“On the DNC leak, Mueller started with the prejudice that it was “the Russians” and he deliberately and systematically excluded from evidence anything that contradicted that view.
Mueller, as a matter of determined policy, omitted key steps which any honest investigator would undertake. He did not commission any forensic examination of the DNC servers. He did not interview Bill Binney. He did not interview Julian Assange. His failure to do any of those obvious things renders his report worthless.”…Craig Murray
“Unfounded links between Clinton and the Rich killing predate the July 13, 2016, “bulletin” and coverage of it by a sketchy site called WhatDoesItMean.com. What’s more, the “hit team” story, which Sines says was repeated several weeks later, wasn’t the primary Rich-related conspiracy that gained traction.”…Washington Post July 9, 2019
“Who murdered Seth Rich and why?”…Citizen Wells
We now know why Robert Mueller made his ridiculous unfounded claims about Seth Rich in his report and the probable reason why the Seth Rich murder has not been solved.
Deborah Sines, the U.S attorney who led the Seth Rich investigation.
A possible anti Trumper who may not have wanted the truth about Seth Rich’s murder and possible involvement in the DNC leaks.
Michael Isikoff, in his July 9, 2019 Yahoo News report used Deborah Sines statements as his basis for a conclusion about the “Seth Rich Conspiracies.”
Even the Washington Post saw through his flawed logic and reported it.
“Isikoff’s source for this link is Deborah Sines, a former assistant U.S. attorney who led the Rich investigation. The Russian rumor, he writes, is “the first known instance of Rich’s murder being publicly linked to a political conspiracy.” In the podcast, “Conspiracyland,” Isikoff makes a similar claim.
But that’s not true. Unfounded links between Clinton and the Rich killing predate the July 13, 2016, “bulletin” and coverage of it by a sketchy site called WhatDoesItMean.com. What’s more, the “hit team” story, which Sines says was repeated several weeks later, wasn’t the primary Rich-related conspiracy that gained traction.”
From Real Clear Politics.
“Isikoff Spins His Own Russian Conspiracy Theories — Again
The latest breaking news from the Deep State is (wait for it!) … THE RUSSIANS DID IT!
No, I’m not talking about the half-baked idea of the Russians getting Donald Trump elected president by buying a few Facebook ads. That’s yesterday’s news. I’m talking about how the rascally Russians planted the story that Seth Rich was supposedly murdered to retaliate for him leaking DNC documents to WikiLeaks. That’s what is alleged in the latest agitprop hit piece by Michael Isikoff, chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo News.”
“There are two points of Isikoff’s reporting that raise questions.
First of all, he claims that the whatdoesitmean.com website is a tool of Russian intelligence and that it spread the Seth Rich “conspiracy theory” to dispel the U.S. intelligence agencies’ “official theory” that Russia had hacked Clinton’s emails and funneled them to WikiLeaks. How, then, does he explain the June 1 report on whatdoesitmean.com that states definitively: “A stunning report circulating in the Kremlin today released by the Security Council (SC) says that a little over 12 hours ago, President Putin ordered the release of a single Hillary Clinton email that is part of the tens-of-thousands of them currently held in the possession of Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR).””
“According to Isikoff, though, the news is that “Sines discovered … a fake bulletin circulated by the Russian SVR, the Kremlin’s version of the CIA, that was intercepted by the U.S. intelligence agencies. Written to read like a real intelligence report, it made the exact same allegations about Seth Rich on the exact same day as the whatdoesitmean.com story.”
Sines claims there was an “original report” that she had access to, and Isikoff plays it up as if it were real news, but there is no evidence provided that such an SVR report was actually intercepted, and Isikoff’s implication that the timing of the report is somehow mysterious because it just might have been the inspiration for the whatdoesitmean.com story is ludicrous at best.
That “mysterious” connection is yet another example of “fake news” pushed by duplicitous and/or incredibly naive reporters like Isikoff. The story on whatdoesitmean.com was not secretly “inspired” by the Russian intelligence “bulletin,” but most likely was itself the source of the fictitious “original report.””
Citizen Wells, after a cursory look at Deborah Sine’s social media accounts, found disturbing anti Trump comments.
We are left with some disturbing thoughts:
- Michael Isikoff ran with a story based on nonsense and the rest of the Fake News media regurgitated it.
- Former US Attorney Deborah Sines allegedly led the Seth Rich investigation. What proof do we have?
- Sines provides a ludicrous explanation for her basis for conclusions about Seth Rich.
- Did Sines actually perform a real investigation and if so where is the proof?
- Is Sines an anti Trumper or rabid pro Hillary?
- Does Sines want the truth about the Seth Rich murder and possible involvement in the DNC leaks?
We already have proof that the US Justice Department and FBI have been corrupt.
Just how bad is it?