- Posted March 21, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
The Guccifer Clinton Hacks
After a thorough review of the leaked emails, I am confident that these emails purported to be communications between Blumenthal and Clinton are in fact fabricated.
The so called hacked emails’ content reads like an explanation to the public of the events that led up to and followed the Benghazi attack. The language in the email is not reflective of any typical communication between two officials. The explanation is generic in form and is carefully worded not to state associative facts of key relationships between Libyan officials and the CIA; using phrases like, “the suspected relationship between the CIA and…” Libyan officials. Whenever you see carefully crafted language like this designed to deliver information but not explicit fact, it is evidence that the text was meant for public consumption. If this were by chance traceable back to the Clinton camp, she would not have broken any laws of state secrets by making simple overtures or suggestions rather than stating fact.
The length of the dialogue between the officials Blumenthal and Clinton, exhibits far too much information context. Information of which both parties would certainly already be aware, which would not require the extensive education regarding the surrounding context of the informational exchange.
Further, no government official would ever utilize the services of a public exchange server outside the government exchange network. There are protocols that govern this activity, and they are followed; at least they should be.
In addition, the CIA has a massive team of intelligence analysts that specialize in the gathering and reporting of this type of information. These reports are circulated in the executive branch for review. Blumenthal is not in the business of conducting intelligence reports.
The GUCCIFER hacks have a high probability of being a simple inside job from the Clinton camp to diffuse critics and pave the way for Clinton’s ’16 Presidential bid.
The reality is though, that this is all very amateurish. What official would communicate confidential information via AOL? That’s right, none.