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Cambridge Analytica employee claims they had Clinton's emails a month before WL released them

Then there’s Cambridge Analytica. The (now shuttered) British company did the Trump campaign’s data. Its speciality was ‘microtargeting’: individual messages tailored to individual voters, delivered by email, Facebook and Twitter. The US intelligence agencies believe that Russian internet ‘troll factories’ were also pushing out pro-Trump propaganda on social media: sometimes fake news, sometimes real news, such as the hacked contents of Clinton’s emails. The question is whether this was done in coordination with the Trump campaign. An American lawyer I know told me that he was approached by a Cambridge Analytica employee after the election. They had had the Clinton emails more than a month before they were published by WikiLeaks: ‘What should I do?’ Take this to Mueller, the lawyer replied.

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Posted by Suburban Warrior | Thu Jun 21, 2018, 07:33 PM (1 replies)

DA: Nassau cop, drug ring leader conspired to rob gamblers

A Port Jefferson Station man accused of running a drug ring that included two Nassau police officers also conspired with a third cop to commit robberies at an Islandia casino, Suffolk District Attorney Timothy Sini said Wednesday.

Daniel Caceres, 29, plotted with Nassau Police Officer Bruce Moeller to rob a high-roller who had won more than $50,000 at Jake’s 58 Hotel and Casino, Sini said during a news conference in Riverhead announcing the indictment of 13 people, including Moeller and the two other officers.

Moeller also conspired with his wife, Jake’s 58 cashier Christina Moeller, to rob an armored truck carrying cash from the casino, said Sini, who was joined by Suffolk Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart and representatives of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. Postal Service.

Posted by Suburban Warrior | Wed Jun 20, 2018, 08:20 PM (0 replies)
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