Disobedient Media has closely followed the work of the Forensicator, whose analysis has shed much light on the publications by the […]
In Part One, we covered the background and construction of a smear campaign built by Duncan Campbell over the past […]
In Part One, we covered the background of the recent smear campaign published in Computer Weekly, and whose author Duncan […]
Introduction On November 14, 2017, I wrote an article titled “RussiaGate Redux: Part Three,” in which I was critical of […]
Standing on the shoulders of this methodical evidence, it seems at this point that no amount of contrary evidence, exposure or implosion will ultimately kill the undead Russiagate monstrosity. If that were possible, the Thing would have been put irrevocably into the ground over a year ago. And six months ago, and a few weeks ago.
On July 13th, 2018, an indictment was filed by Special Counsel Robert Swan Mueller III. This author is responding to […]
Disobedient Media recently reported on discoveries made by the Forensicator in their report, Media Mishaps: Early Guccifer 2 Coverage. In […]
Disobedient Media has consistently covered the work of The Forensicator over the last nine months. Our latest report focused on the first in a series of new findings made by the analyst, which reveal the intricacy and issues stemming from the Guccifer 2.0 persona’s earliest publications and the establishment media culpability in broadcasting the documents as part of a larger Russian hacking narrative.
The latest analysis by The Forensicator demonstrates that it is highly unlikely that the Cyrillic error messages found in Guccifer 2.0’s first publication were the result of simple lack of foresight on the part of Kremlin-backed hackers. Instead, the likely conclusion reached is that this document was carefully crafted with the intent of creating evidence that Russian hackers were the source of the security breaches that led to the Wikileaks publication of the DNC and Podesta emails.
Can we trust the judgement of think-tanks who have labeled Twitter users as part of a ‘Russian influence campaign’ as sound when those same entities provide little evidence, and their high-level members include former Clinton supporters?
Yesterday saw the publication of an English language version of an article written by Huib Modderkolk by Dutch news site […]
Over the course of the last year, the ‘Russian hacking’ narrative has steadily deteriorated into accusations of nebulous Russian “collusion,” before changing into claims of nefarious ‘Russian trolling.’ By the end of the year, the investigation into Russian meddling had devolved into an outright retaliatory witch-hunt, and the subversion of Democracy shown by the DNC had gone largely unaddressed.