H.A. Goodman has published a short book, titled “But Her Emails.” The publication provides an important overview for the incredible series of events of the last year, which have not been covered by legacy press, or adequately addressed by authorities.
A breaking report from America First Media Group appears to show that payments made to private cyber security firm Crowdstrike coincided with the dates of two mysterious deaths, including the unsolved murder of Seth Rich and the death of process server Shawn Lucas.
Hear Disobedient Media Managing Editor Ethan Lyle speak with Rick Amato regarding the Russian hacking narrative, The Forensicator, Adam Carter, and Guccifer 2.0. Assange’s meeting with Rohrabacher is also a topic of conversation.
Disobedient Media recently spoke with Michael F. McMahon about what they called widespread, long term, systemic corruption in the FBI’s vetting process. He had a top secret clearance during the course of his service, but eventually resigned from the FBI due to dangerous vetting procedures putting the country at risk.
The Forensicator’s latest analysis of the so-called “Clinton Foundation” file, published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona, fits into previously observed time gaps. This suggests that the data was curated from a larger selection of information, and potentially supports their earlier analysis of the NGP-VAN meta data.
‘Spy Files: Russia’ includes documents from inside Russian IT company Peter-Service.
Shortly after Gab filed a lawsuit against Google, they were forced to change their domain; they are the latest in a string of instances of tech giants including Google and Youtube censoring independent voices from all sides of the political spectrum.