Crowdstrike, the firm behind the Russian email hacking allegation at the core of Russiagate, makes a bombshell admission: “We did not have concrete evidence.”

In newly released Congressional testimony, Crowdstrike president Shawn Henry said that “we did not have concrete evidence” that alleged Russian hackers actually took the emails from DNC servers. “There’s circumstantial evidence, but no evidence that they were actually exfiltrated,” Henry said.

Aaron Maté breaks down Henry’s testimony and why it adds new doubt about the core allegation at the heart of Russiagate.

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  1. I will never call the veterans the cowards, because they got used to fight real enemy on the battlefield, but never thought that such enemy has the same passports and live in the same country. Just my opinion.

  2. Washington’s soul asylum have been discredited so much that no one believe a single word spoken there. Contradictive pathetic liars. Instead of collaboration to fight the covid-19, they provide $250 millions for those who can find out why Russia has so little death numbers from covid-19. Nothing saint! Shame on them! They are really the reptiles – disgusting and cold slugs and leeches on the body of the country!

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