(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Department of Defense officials who perpetrated the Russia hoax were also involved in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of President Donald Trump, Margot Cleveland reported in the Federalist.
“If DARPA and Antonakakis weren’t working on the DNC hack case, then what was the Mueller case with which they were assisting?” https://t.co/RXAvZn4o5f
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Cleveland argued that Georgia Tech researchers who were involved in the construction of the Alfa Bank hoax were “connected to the continuing special counsel investigation into Spygate.”
The researchers — working on behalf of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — “prepared white papers for the U.S. Department of Defense about the Democratic National Committee hack and created a ‘Mueller List’ on the Russian intelligence agency hackers.”
In response to Special Counsel John Durham‘s questions about their work on behalf of DARPA, a representative of the researchers referred Durham to DARPA itself, which denied involvement, the Washington Examiner reported.
“DARPA was not involved in efforts to attribute the DNC hack,” Jared Adams, DARPA’s chief of communications, told the Examiner.
“Further, DARPA was not involved in efforts to attribute the Guccifer 2.0 persona, nor any involvement in efforts to attribute the origin of leaked emails provided to Wikileaks.”
The allegations focus on Dr. Manos Antonakakis, an associate professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, who Durham refers to as “Researcher-1.”
According to Durham’s indictment of Clinton lawyer Michael Sussman, Antonakis was allegedly tasked by Rodney Joffe “to search broadly through Internet data for any information about Trump’s potential ties to Russia.”
And according to emails obtained by the Federalist, the same researchers actively worked with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
“Georgia Tech and DARPA assisted in the DNC hack investigation and Mueller’s investigation, notwithstanding DARPA’s strident denials,” Cleveland reported.