posted on Sep, 12 2013 @ 02:17 PM
reply to post by Zaphod58
those emails that i've verified, were sent from military accounts (access to which is limited to .mil domains and smart cards, so unless you've
kicked such account owner in the head, took his CAC and logged in using his laptop, there is NO way to hack there), signed using a signature stored on
smart card (referred to as CAC in the military) belonging to account owner.
which part you fail to understand, is beyond me.
i'm not saying the emails from his wife account are real - they seem to be, but they could be altered, there is no way to verify because they
weren't signed - those weren't sent from military accounts.
all i'm saying is that emails from his account seem to be real - roughly half of them is signed and i've verified the signatures on some of them.
that proves one thing so far - that yahoo account, belonging to Anthony MacDonald, WAS hacked.
and if you have doubts why such person would use yahoo, google how happy military people are with the migration to DISA enterprise email.