My article The External Roots of Spygate is published in the American Thinker.
On another topic – the putative “Russian government hacker group” Fancy Bear / APT 28 / GRU Military Units 26165 and/or 74455, according to the mythologies of CrowdStrike (CRWD) / FireEye (FEYE) / Robert Mueller & Angry Democrats (MAD), respectively. From Wired (August 2017):
Since as early as last fall, the Russian hacker group known as APT28, or Fancy Bear, has targeted victims … including its breach of the Democratic National Committee ahead of last year’s election. Last month, FireEye says those hackers, believed to be associated with the Russian military intelligence service GRU, have begun to use EternalBlue, the leaked NSA hacking tool …
Anybody applying methodology of CrowdStrike and FireEye would identify “Fancy Bear / APT28” as an American government hacking group with much higher confidence than they have identified it as a Russian one. This is a contradiction, proving that their identification/attribution methodology is wrong.
via Science Defies Politics
June 16, 2019 at 06:13PM