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L. Coyote Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-26-07 12:21 AM
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83. Regarding your questions. non-email, DM's id, the NSA spying, and ROVE
Edited on Sun Aug-26-07 12:25 AM by L. Coyote
Your Q: What are the "non-email methods" . . . ????... for "non discussions" --- ????

Shared workspace. Imagine a web site with only a select class of persons having access, like a military web, or a law firm's web. Basically, a private network. So, in such a space I might check out a document and edit it, save the edit, then e-alert collaborators. Someone else reviews my work, does their edit, then the boss looks it over and does an edit....

Your Q: btw, does someone know the identity?

There is a link in the OP to his blog. One idea I consider for his posting at TPM is that his blog was not being read or cited anywhere. That is suspicious, and perhaps the blog was being black listed, somehow blocked. I have been researching these topics, and never turned up his writing. I find no links to it in DU either. Curious, given the topics. So, maybe he just decided to take his thoughts to well-read sites.

Regarding your quotes of DM: "How the online collaboration relates to e-mails, links, URLs, decisions, timing of meetings, or subsequent actions/patterns/decisions remains to be understood."

This portion is important. It points to how he is speaking to Congress and investigators. I have yet to see that this is so however. There is some question of the possible red herring aspect of the posts. One of my first reactions to the posts was "free-association disorder."

Also, he seems to promulgate the idea that the domestic surveillance is being stripped of individual identification, hence made legal to read. If anything in all this is a red herring, perhaps it is this view in support of the Bush spying. My informant on this says it is piped overseas, where US law does not apply. If true, that is the huge secret! Any statements that the captured communications are being altered to make them legal to read seems the smoke screen, if what my informant said is true. This is the sort of program that would fit the scenario with Mueller, Comey, resigning, and that would place the telecommunication companies in the US in legal jeopardy because their actions in the conspiracy to evade the law takes place inside the US. It fits the known facts about the installations at the telecoms.

Regarding Rove, instead of repeating my opinions here, read this thread:

Has Rove's Egg Hatched? The Firing of KARL ROVE or Why His Family Needs Him Now.
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