United Nations, Embassies Have Been Notified Of Evidence Against Russia Hack
United Nations, Embassies Have Been Notified Of Evidence Against Russia Hack by Elizabeth Vos – DisObedient Media
Evidence against the Russian hacking of the DNC is becoming inexorably difficult for authorities to ignore, as Adam Carter and former IBM executive Skip Folden are steadily increasing the number of prominent figures and groups they have notified of the latest evidence against Russian hacking narrative.
Disobedient Media has provided ongoing coverage of Adam Carter’s work, which has raised serious questions regarding the creation of the Guccifer 2.0 persona, which further undermines the basis of Russian hacking allegations. Disobedient Media was also the first media outlet to report on the analysis of The Forensicator, which called the Russian Hacking narrative into question. The Forensicator’s analysis and our coverage of it was eventually cited by VIPS in their memorandum to President Trump questioning Russian hacking allegations.
Carter reported that he sent a communication with the latest findings to over 150 London embassies of various nations. Carter wrote: “I decided to reach out to over 150 embassies in London in an attempt to bring the report to the attention of ambassadors and other representatives of nations. (This still leaves foreign embassies in the US and other nations that haven’t been notified though).”
Carter’s communication raised questions regarding Crowdstrike’s credibility as well as their conflict of interest on the subject of Russian hacking. Crowdstrike is a private cyber security firm, which Disobedient Media previously reported is the only entity to date which has examined DNC servers.
Disobedient Media also reported on the DNC having made payments to Crowdstrike that coincided with the unusual death of Shawn Lucas, as well as the unsolved murder of Seth Rich. The firm’s allegations of Russian hacking form the entire basis of widely reported Russian hacking claims, despite never having produced evidence of the event. To date there has been no known evaluation of DNC servers by American authorities.