Twitter’s Top Ranks Were Riddled With Ex-FBI Employees
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- In recent years, Twitter’s top executives included more than a dozen former FBI agents and executives, according to a New York Post review of LinkedIn records.
- It already has been reported that James Baker, the FBI’s former general counsel, joined Twitter in 2020. Elon Musk fired Baker after Baker tried to sabotage the release of “The Twitter Files,” internal documents that examine the ties between Twitter and the FBI.
- In some cases, the former G-men and -women held positions that would have put them close to company leadership directly involved in censoring The Post’s Hunter Biden coverage in October 2020.
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