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Michael A. Horowitz 6 May 17
Replying to @GNR311 @dbertho
Some explanations on how to see it for yourself in this thread here (in French here via )
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Elizabeth Tsurkov 6 May 17
that incredibly rude word in Russian ends with a d :P
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Michael A. Horowitz 6 May 17
ah damn! I wrote it the way I hear it... (sorry for the rude word, just could help :))
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Marcel Mulder 6 May 17
Replying to @michaelh992 @GNR311
CIA use these headers to confuse. You got 0 news.
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James Calbraith 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🎗️ 6 May 17
Replying to @michaelh992 @GNR311
CIA hacked Macron to blame Russia? Or CIA hacked the hacks before release? Or you're taking bollocks.
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Tobi R. 6 May 17
Replying to @michaelh992 @GNR311
So someone: (1) on a russian computer (2) modified the original files with Microsoft Word (3) forgot that Word adds metadata to files
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Ian56 6 May 17
Replying to @michaelh992 @GNR311
False. Someone who set up a computer with Russian software or used tools such as CIA's Umbrage to misdirect, did the hack. Could be anyone
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Bivol 6 May 17
Replying to @michaelh992 @GNR311
In all the files :-)
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Bivol 6 May 17
Replying to @michaelh992 @GNR311
BTW check this too. Traceable Canon printers used for the previous hoax. Should be easy to locate them
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