Friday, May 10, 2019

Adam Carter — "Mueller Report - Expensive Estimations And Elusive Evidence"

On April 18, 2019, a redacted version of Robert Mueller's report on "RussiaGate" related activities was released to the public.
This article focuses on Volume I Part III titled "Russian Hacking & Dumping Operations" and provides details of the errors made, critical omissions, lack of conclusive evidence and reliance on assumptions and speculation.
We will also look at problems relating to attribution methods used, countervailing evidence that has clearly been disregarded and other problems that are likely to have affected the quality of the investigation and the report....
Sic Semper Tyrannis
"Mueller Report - Expensive Estimations And Elusive Evidence"
Adam Carter

See also at SST

Glaring Omissions and Misrepresentations in Mueller's Report
Larry C. Johnson

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