Deborah Sines former Assistant United Stated Attorney served subpoena by Attorney Eden Quainton, Aaron Rich v Butowsky et al, Expert witness Larry Johnson
“The FBI clearly has records pertaining to Seth Rich, and it has withheld those
records in bad faith.”…Attorney Ty Clevenger October 11, 2019
“Ms. Sines’s testimony flatly contradicts the FBI’s claims that (1) it did not investigate matters pertaining to Mr. Rich; (2) it did not examine his computer; and (3) it conducted a “reasonable” search but could not locate any records or communications about Mr. Rich. Specifically, Ms. Sines’s testimony flatly contradicts the affidavit testimony of FBI Section Chief David M. Hardy.”…Attorney Ty Clevenger March 29, 2020
“Plaintiff’s attempt to deflect attention from his attorneys’ massive commitment of resources points to one of the central puzzles in this litigation: why are so many lawyers and their allies in the media and political establishment so committed to stamping out and branding as “lies,” “fake news,” “disinformation,” “contrived narratives,” “concocted stories” any suggesting that Seth or Aaron Rich were involved in transmitting DNC emails to Wikileaks?”…Aaron Rich v Butowsky, et al May 18, 2020
From Aaron Rich v Edward Butowsky, et al filed May 18, 2020.
STATUS REPORT UPDATE
“The Status Report filed by Defendants Edward Butowsky and Matthew Couch on May 11, 2020 pursuant to the order of Judge Richard J. Leon, dated April 23, 2020, Dkt. 182, is hereby updated to state that former Assistant United Stated Attorney Deborah Sines has been served with a subpoena for a deposition to be held on June 22, 2020.”
EXPERT WITNESS LARRY JOHNSON’S
REPLY TO OPPOSITION TO CROSS-MOTION FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER AND SANCTIONS
“In the introduction Plaintiff insists on casting himself as David to Defendant’s Goliath. This continues to be absurd. Defendant is represented in this litigation by a solo practitioner with a single (and otherwise occupied) associate. Plaintiff, on the other hand, is backed by two of the most profitable law firms in American history, with the combined firepower of two sets of partners, associates, paralegals, secretaries, word processors and tech support staff. Defendant is
truly armed with a slingshot and Plaintiff has not one but an army of javelin throwers.1
That Mr. Butowsky is also being harassed in a separate lawsuit claiming, in a wildly implausible flight of fancy, that he conspired with President Trump to intentionally target a grieving family is of course completely irrelevant. Plaintiff’s attempt to deflect attention from his attorneys’ massive commitment of resources points to one of the central puzzles in this litigation: why are so many lawyers and their allies in the media and political establishment so committed to stamping out and branding as “lies,” “fake news,” “disinformation,” “contrived
narratives,” “concocted stories” any suggesting that Seth or Aaron Rich were involved in transmitting DNC emails to Wikileaks?
The question readily answers itself: the professional, media and political elite are heavily invested in the now debunked Trump-Russia conspiracy theory and are desperate to “squash” – in the words of one of the early FBI investigators responding to alternative theories to their pet Guccifer 2.0 claim – any honest investigation of the origins of the conspiracy theory, including
the evidence-free “assessment” that Russia military intelligence hacked the DNC servers as part of a plot to support Donald Trump.”
From Citizen Wells May 14, 2020.
From the Attorney Ty Clevenger letter to ODNI Director Richard Grenell dated May 7, 2020.
“I am reliably informed that the NSA or its partners intercepted at least some
of the communications between Mr. Rich and Wikileaks. Before elaborating on
that, however, I should first note the extent to which the “deep state” has already
tried to cover up information about Mr. Rich. In an October 9, 2018 affidavit
submitted in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, FBI section chief David M.
Hardy testified that (1) the FBI did not investigate any matters pertaining to Mr.
Rich, and (2) the FBI was unable to locate any records about Mr. Rich. Both
claims were unequivocally false.”
“On March 20, 2020, I deposed former Asst. U.S. Attorney Deborah Sines,
the prosecutor assigned to the Seth Rich murder case. She testified that (1) the FBI investigated a possible intrusion into Mr. Rich’s electronic accounts; (2) the FBI examined Mr. Rich’s computer; and (3) the FBI did have records pertaining to Mr. Rich. Ms. Sines further testified that she met with a prosecutor and an FBI agent from Mr. Mueller’s team (ergo there should be an FD-302 form from that
interview). Again, this flatly contradicts the FBI’s official narrative that (1) Mr.
Rich was never the subject.””