posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 12:22 AM
Originally posted by SplitInfinity
reply to post by Philippines
No...I have not read all the files but the ones I have looked at are obvious fakes.
A Covert action of this magnitude would NEVER and I mean NEVER EVER be allowed to have any file, record or even a written log created by anyone
associated to such an action.
Covert actions of this level are not set up this way and if one were you can be sure the plan would be lock tight with a fall guy for any possible
leak or event.
I talked with a...friend of mine yesterday and we both had a good laugh about this. The only thing that is funnier then the way the files were set up
as well and how they read is the number of people who were so easily taken in by it.
Thanks for the reply.. So ok, which files are you talking about having full access to and read? Just the emails posted, or some emails and other
images posted on the net. I guess my point is, did you download the archive, or are just targeting these emails in question?
I am not claiming the emails (or even everything in the archive) to be real. Your points do make sense that information of this magnitude would not be
discussed, especially un-encrypted. I am not going to argue the emails are real, but I will say there is the possibility that the emails could be
real. There is no reason to dismiss that human mistakes can and do happen -- or this is on purpose.
There are some docs in the archive that DO lend credibility to this being a legit hack, and at the same time still puts a spotlight on the emails as
being questionable -- as they are the only email communications in the archive, and the text is damning.
As of now, I cannot find any statement from Britam if this is true or false, and Dailymail links have gone down and MSM does not seem to be touching
this. I think there is a lot of damage control going on.
I'm pretty sure the docs are real (but the emails are questionable.) I suppose if a CW attack were to happen, Britam would be in a very uncomfortable
spot, regardless if the emails are fake.