Readers of this blog will know that I am always ready to blame the Russian government or its enforcing organization for most things that go wrong in the world or, at least, those that go wrong in Russia's vicinity. But even I was taken aback by the strange suggestions that because those e-mails (hacked or leaked by an insider who would, in other circumstances, be called a whistleblower) must have been stolen and release by the Russian security services for various complicated reasons of their own. The evidence is slender to put it mildly and relies on the odd notion that if they were loaded onto a Russian server, that must have been done by the Russians themselves.
I am glad to say that the Boss at EUReferendum is on the case and has posted a detailed analysis of the story.
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