Roger Stone’s defense team exposes the ‘intelligence community’s’ betrayal of their responsibilities

American Thinker: As the Russia Hoax is being unwound, we are learning some deeply disturbing lessons about the level of corruption at the top levels of the agencies charged with protecting us from external threats.  One jaw-dropping example has just been exposed by the legal team defending Roger Stone.

Foundational to the entire narrative that Russia “interfered” with our election and that President Trump “colluded” with this interference is the conclusion issued by the “intelligence community” that the DNC emails were hacked by Russia.  According to this assertion, the exposure of those emails affected the election, and therefore Trump benefited from Russian interference, and colluded by joking that Russia should locate the 30,000 emails Hillary Clinton deleted and BleachBitted, making recovery impossible.

There has already been ample reason to dismiss this collective judgment from the Intelligence Community, primarily focusing on the fact that the download speed of the emails could only have been achieved by loading it on a device attached to the server itself.  It was too fast to have been sent via the internet to a hacker.  But now, the Department of Justice had made an admission in response to a filing by Manafort’s defense team that reveals they did not carry out their basic responsibilities.

Sundance of Conservative Tree House explains:

Despite the Russian ‘hacking’ claim the DOJ previously admitted the DNC would not let FBI investigators review the DNC server.  Instead the DNC provided the FBI with analysis of a technical review done through a cyber-security contract with Crowdstrike. (snip)

In a court filing (full pdf below) the scale of sketchy has increased exponentially.

Suspecting they could prove the Russian hacking claim was false, lawyers representing Roger Stone requested the full Crowdstrike report on the DNC hack.  When the DOJ responded to the Stone motion they made a rather significant admission.  Not only did the FBI not review the DNC server, the FBI/DOJ never even saw the Crowdstrike report.

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7 Comments on Roger Stone’s defense team exposes the ‘intelligence community’s’ betrayal of their responsibilities

  1. Is there going to be a Federal District Court Judge courageous enough to emulate Judge John J. Sirica and get to the truth behind the greatest government conspiracy in this country’s history? Roger Stone is a victim of this conspiracy and he needs to be pardoned by President Trump.

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  2. The fbi only ever ‘saw’ a redacted draft version of the uncertified computer forensics analysis. They never saw a ‘final,’ unredacted version. Such a final version apparently does not exist, as it has not been verified.
    The ‘chain of custody’ of evidence is paramount in legal affairs. The fbi never had custody of the dnc computer components. The fbi never saw, or possessed, the dnc servers. The fbi never analyzed the dnc servers. Therefore, a valid chain of custody does not even exist.
    The whole mess is based upon unverified hearsay, and that is inadmissible as evidence.
    Good job Roger, for getting this out into the light of day

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  3. Anybody else wonder why we bother to have elections? The only groups that manage to ask pertinent questions are defense lawyers and judicial watch. From the standpoint of who s looking out for the tax payers it looks like it s not anyone whose s been elected…..

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  4. Anybody else wonder why we bother to have elections?
    Certainly.
    To show the world how thoroughly corrupt democRATs really are!

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  5. The two party system has us fooled into thinking we have choices. Which Uniparty candidate should we vote for in the next election??? The system is broken, fixing it, if its fixable will be challenging for voters.

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  6. Uhh, the “Hillary” server and the DNC server were NOT the same thing. Hillary directed a server be set up to avoid FOIA. The DNC got hacked with a thumbdrive. Then a third thing was Podesta’s GMail account getting phished. It is a good idea to keep stories straight. This is NOT a game of telephone.

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