‘The Twitter Files’ Compromised After Lawyer Involved In The Controversy Was Behind Vetting The Files

  • “I support the conclusion that we need more facts to assess whether the materials were hacked,” Baker said in the email.
  • “At this stage, however, it is reasonable for us to assume that they may have been and that caution is warranted. There are some facts that indicate that the materials may have been hacked, while there are others indicating that the computer was either abandoned and/or the owner consented to allow the repair shop to access it for at least some purposes. We simply need more information.”
  • Taibbi failed to mention in his initial release that Baker was the former FBI general counsel involved in Russia-related investigations into former President Donald Trump.
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