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Fixed link, it is worth a read.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: D8Tee
Link is 404.
And yeah Brad Bauman, the Democratic PR Crisis consultant, has as far as I can tell no connection to the Bauman Foundation.
originally posted by: mOjOm
So the big take down by Kim Dotcom and his ground breaking information ends up being a big fat nothing after all huh???
Boy, there are a few members here that have some serious egg on their face after all the sh*t they were talking over this ground breaking reveal.
originally posted by: roadgravel
My rule of thumb has become if there is a spin up over some future information on the internet then it most likely isn't going to happen.
Waiting for the day it's proven wrong with something meaningful.
Cars.com was the first advertiser to announce it was pulling ads, telling Buzzfeed News on Wednesday afternoon that “we’ve been watching closely and have recently made the decision to pull our advertising from Hannity.” It was followed by exercise bike company Peloton (which just closed a $325M Series E round financing), Leesa Sleep; mattress retailer Casper, insurance company USAA; home security equipment maker Ring and Crowne Plaza Hotels, all of which announced they would be redirecting their ad buys from Hannity’s shows.
The FBI’s Washington Field Office is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the recovery of stolen weapons. On Sunday, July 10, 2016, between 12:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m., unknown subjects burglarized an FBI special agent’s vehicle and removed a secured gun lock box which contained weapons and other equipment. The vehicle was parked in the H Street Corridor near H and Seventh Streets, N.E., in Washington, D.C. The lock box, which contained the items listed below, was fitted for authorized use in a government vehicle.
“According to Public Incident Report CCN #16113797 dated July 10, 2016 by the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, former DNC employee and the leaker of emails to WikiLeaks, Seth Rich was alive when the police found him on that date.
He died later that morning. The report also notes that Rich was conscious and breathing with gunshot wounds to his back when the police found him. The report also notes that at least three of the police at the scene wore body cameras that night.
The video from the body cameras has gone missing.