The Rabbit Files 8.4: Were Guccifer 2 DMs Manufactured?

In the last Rabbit Files, I decided that I would include a summary of the previous files (just in the same series e.g. The Rabbit Files 8.0-8.5) in every introduction so if you’re up to date and want to skip to the new content below click HERE. Otherwise…

In its entirety, The Rabbit Files 8.0 series generally focuses on Guccifer 2 and the Seth Rich conspiracy theory, and in the Rabbit Files 8.0, specifically, it focuses on how Julian Assange and WikiLeaks played a role in encouraging the conspiracy by offering a reward for any information leading to the arrest of Seth Rich’s killer(s) and posting multiple tweets about the situation. For example, on August 11, 2016, they tweeted about Brad Bauman who they described as a spokesperson for the Rich family and a “professional Democrat crisis PR consultant” from the Pastorum Group.

I noted that the Pastorum Group absorbed clients from a former PR firm that repped for Julian Assange called Fitzgibbon Media which was shuttered less than a year prior over sexual harassment and assault allegations. The most serious of those allegations were later filed by attorney, Jesselyn Radack, whose non-profit “whistleblower” organization was funded by George Soros at the time and may still be. A year later, The U.S. Department of Justice closed their investigation into Radack’s allegations and the owner of the firm, Trevor Fitzgibbon, was never charged.

I’ll address this again later in The Rabbit Files but since it recently came to my attention and it’s fairly interesting, I’ll also note it here: After the demise of Fitzgibbon Media, not only did DNC “professional” crisis PR guy, Brad Bauman, absorb clients from the firm, some of the firm’s former staffers, so-called progressives, took to social media to complain about how the firm had represented Assange (and Venezuela), Fitzgibbon was “scum” for making them do so, and it was so bad that these things kept coming up in subsequent interviews.

One former staffer sarcastically remarked, “good thing our old firm worked with [Assange],” and that comment along with other comments from former staffers in the Facebook thread below (left) completely negates Beth Bogaerts’ (@HumanOfMind) ongoing defamation/whisper campaign that Fitzgibbon, meh, really didn’t do any work for Assange. At the time that Fitzgibbon Media was shuttered it was one of the few, if not the only PR firm in the United States, representing the WikiLeaks founder and more and more evidence is mounting that Bogaerts is just a bitter, revengeful liar.

The Rabbit Files 8.0 also discussed how there’s been exactly ZERO evidence produced that proves Seth Rich leaked the DNC files to WikiLeaks despite what operatives, propagandists, larpers, Ed Butowsky, or anyone else has lead you to believe.

The Rabbit Files 8.1 reported that in March 2017, Twitter accounts like Anonymous Scandinavia and @BellaMagnani heavily promoted an erroneous story that accused DNC employee, Warren Flood, of being the man behind the Guccifer 2 persona (also see The Rabbit Files 5.0: A Flood Approaches…). This debunked conspiracy theory just so happened to play right into the hands of Cicada 3301’s 2017 puzzle “A Fludd Approaches…,” and it may have influenced former Playboy model, Robbin Young, to release in early April 2017, secret Twitter DMs she shared with Guccifer 2 eight months prior.

Young’s Twitter DMs revealed that Guccifer 2 told her that Seth Rich was their source, inexplicably negating their previous narrative that they were a “lone wolf hacker.” Also noted in the article was Jared and Lee Beck’s lawsuit that they filed against the DNC using some of Guccifer 2’s leaked documents as evidence that the DNC deliberately robbed Bernie Sanders of the nomination. Guccifer 2 took a particular interest in the lawsuit and was in early communications with journalist/activist/bootlicker Cassandra Fairbanks about it.

Other subjects of interest that Guccifer 2 brought up in their DMs like David Seaman, a notorious figure in the Pizzage-Pedogate scene, were reported int the The Rabbit Files 8.2. In 2017, Seaman got tied up with former CIA spook and conspiracy nutter, Robert David Steele, and eventually attorney Steve Biss after RDS introduced him to the notorious lawfare attorney. 

Other individuals that worked with RDS included Thomas Schoenberger and Beth Bogaerts who did research for one of his lawsuits and then Bogaerts introduced Trevor Fitzgibbon to Steve Biss; Fitzgibbon, who worked on RDS’ Unrig campaign; and (by association) Suzie Dawson’s #Unity4J campaign via Cynthia McKinney who was RDS’ partner on the Unrig campaign.

Also noted was the fact that attorney Steve Biss was tied to Pedogate not only through his former client Dave Seaman, but Timothy Holmseth, a Qanon nutter who pals around with yet another Qanon nutter named Field McConnell a.k.a. “Abel Danger.” Bogaerts and attorney Jesselyn Radack’s (@JesselynRadack) associate, Lestat a.k.a. @ATafoyovsky, was gifted McConnell’s Youtube channel in 2019, which he and his associates subsequently used Gamergate-style to extrajudicially target people he determined to be “cyber criminals,” as well as their alleged associates. I also reported that Lestat, a down and out wanker who lives in Mexico and spends every waking hour on Twitter accusing everyone and their mother of being linked to Qanon, never mentions McConnell in his Qanon research because reasons.

In The Rabbit Files 8.3, I covered whether or not Guccifer 2’s account was compromised in mid-August 2016, and in this latest addition, we’re going to examine whether or not the DMs between Robbin Young and Guccifer 2 were manufactured, and the third Guccifer 2.

Were Guccifer 2’s DMs Manufactured?

The question that’s been asked throughout the entire Rabbit Files 8.0 series has been whether or not Robbin Young’s DMs with Guccifer 2 were manipulated or not, and less than two weeks after she released them an online researcher using the name “Hannibal Moot” seemed to have the answer. It should be noted that Hannibal Moot eventually joined Matt Couch’s “investigative” team that followed the Seth Rich case so whether or not that played a role in his findings remains unknown but his research appears to be pretty solid.  On April 23, 2017, Moot published a Medium article entitled, “The Guccifer 2.0 Chat Hoax,” stating:

“Recently, a Twitter direct message conversation, which allegedly took place between Guccifer 2.0 and actress, Robbin Young, was released by Young with the approval of Guccifer 2.0…What makes this particular private conversation noteworthy, is the reference to a whistleblower named Seth. The obvious conclusion one draws, is the whistleblower Guccifer 2.0 is speaking of, is murdered DNC employee, Seth Rich.

First, what’s interesting to note that I didn’t report previously is that Young said Guccifer 2 gave her permission to release the DMs meaning that she basically wanted us to know or think that G2 wanted their “Seth Rich was my source” narrative published. However, according to Moot, the reason he started looking into the DMs was because “a claim made by a reliable and credible source” was “adamant no such conversation ever took place.” 

After examining the messages between Young and Guccifer 2, Moot discovered that some of the ones Young sent to Guccifer 2 had a Twitter “block” symbol on her side of the conversation. Remember, she said that she released her DMs, not Guccifer 2’s:

The block symbol is normally found on the other side of the conversation, residing with the person you’re speaking with in case you ever decide you want to block them. You can’t block yourself but that’s exactly how some of Young’s DMs appeared. And this anomaly didn’t show up in just one screenshot that Young released, it showed up in several.

“One example of photo manipulation is enough to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the entire conversation. The fact there are several instances only compounds the doubt.”

And Young’s DMs with Guccifer 2 weren’t the only ones that appeared doctored. G2’s messages with Aaron Nevins, a “Republican operative in Florida” who received “a trove of Democratic documents” from Guccifer 2 in 2016, also appeared manipulated. The funny thing is that it doesn’t appear anyone even knew about Aaron Nevins’ DMs with G2 until May 26, 2017, after the Wall Street Journal published an interview with him—conveniently only a few days after Fox News retracted their story about Seth Rich.

According to Moot’s research, the screenshots that Nevins submitted to the media outlet showed the same anomalies as Young’s DMs:

And there’s more. Moot didn’t discuss the following in his article (and after pilfering through my only remaining old messages with him, he brought this up but I couldn’t find anything from him that debunked it so that’s not to say he didn’t, I just might not have those messages anymore), but if you look at GUCCIFER 2.0’s name at the top in the screenshot below, the one screenshot that doesn’t contain any anomalies, you don’t see a cursor at the beginning of the name—nor should you in Twitter DMs. Like, ever.  

Now look at one of Nevin’s screenshots that does contain the “block” button anomaly (below). Not only is the “block” button on the wrong side of the conversation, there’s a cursor next to the left of Guccifer 2’s name at the top, further proof that these DMs may have been manufactured/manipulated.

What’s also interesting is the fact that Nevins was a former colleague of Jason Fishbein and if you don’t remember him, he’s the guy who did legal work for Assange “from the summer of 2016 through the election,” Roger Stone mentioned him in an email to Steve Bannon, and he was interviewed twice by the Mueller team:

First, Stone is an idiot because Fishbein is not a Democrat so it’s weird that he tried to throw him under the liberal bus to Bannon. Second, Fishbein is the one who sent WikiLeaks the password for “an unlaunched website focused on Trump’s ‘unprecedented and dangerous’ ties to Russia” called According to the Mueller report, WikiLeaks passed along the password to Donald Trump Jr. in the following message after receiving it from Fishbein:

“A PAC run anti-Trump site is about to launch. The PAC is a recycled pro-Iraq war PAC. We have guessed the password. It is ‘putintrump.'”

If you’re wondering how Fishbein got the password to in the first place, look no further than a political chatroom he belonged to on Slack that was run by none other than Charles C. Johnson who later took credit for the password being posted. In 2017, Assange inexplicably met with Johnson and former U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher, both of whom are closely associated with Erik Prince. In fact, Johnson celebrated Trump’s 2016 victory over breakfast with Prince the following morning. Thread:

Fishbein came to the attention of the Mueller investigation when they uncovered the Stone email to Bannon that mentioned his association with Assange. According to a interview with Fishbein, he “conducted legal research on international law and investigated disinformation campaigns against Assange, including false allegations of pedophilia.”

That pedophilia case was the bizarre “Todd and Clare” fiasco that technically started the first week of September 2016, and became public around mid-October 2016. According to emails that Assange’s lawyers received from “Hannah Hammond,” a dating site called Todd and Clare (which never appeared to actually exist) wanted to pay Assange $1 million that originated with the Russian government in exchange for him appearing in an ad for their company (among other things).

The situation eventually reached the height of absurdity when Todd and Clare falsely accused Assange of soliciting an 8-year-old girl in the Bahamas via the internet. You can read a timeline of these events and the peculiar emails that Hannah Hammond sent to Assange’s attorney via WikiLeaks’ website.

So Fishbein was apparently hired by WikiLeaks/Assange to look into the Todd and Clare situation either directly after or while Guccifer 2 was sending a trove of documents to his former colleague, Aaron Nevins, the “first person to receive documents from the DNC hack from Guccifer 2.0.”

CTC International Group

According to, Fishbein is also a professional poker player and a former employee of a “private spy firm” in Florida called CTC International Group. The company was founded in 1992 by a husband-and-wife team, Frederick and Teri Rustmann, both of whom are former undercover CIA agents who worked in Europe and Africa. Frederick told the South Florida Sun Sentinel back in 1997, “A lot of former CIA officers are using their skills from the CIA in the business world.”

“Using a network of former CIA agents, the firm investigates clients’ competitors, completes competition analyses, does background checks on current and potential employees and provides litigation support.”

The company is run by Teri’s sister, Lisa Ruth, a former CIA analyst and Special Projects Officer who spent eleven years working in the CIA’s Directorate of Operations and Intelligence a.k.a. “Clandestine Service.” In 2014, she was quoted as saying that the release of classified information about the U.S. torture program “could cause actions similar to when U.S. intelligence sources in Afghanistan were murdered following the mass release of secret U.S. diplomatic cables by Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.”

And no, that literally never happened but that’s the CIA for you. But yes, someone should have a chat with Stella Moris about how friendly she was with Aaron Nevin’s former colleague, Jason Fishbein. Just saying. [Please see The Rabbit Files: Updates, Disclaimers, and Corrections for corrections and updates regarding Jason Fishbein]

The Third Guccifer 2

In case you missed it back in 2017, there was actually a third Guccifer 2.0 Twitter account created that was involved with the Robbin Young/Guccifer 2 DMs story. There was obviously the “authentic” Guccifer 2 who leaked documents via a WordPress account, the @guccifer2 Twitter account that Cassandra Ford created before the real Guccifer 2 opened their @GUCCIFER_2 account, and then there was a third person who also created a @GUCCIFER_2 account. 

See, the problem with the Twitter handle that the real Guccifer 2 created was that it was 100% duplicable meaning anyone could have created one that looked identical to theirs because they chose to use all capital letters. What I’m talking about is the fact that the capital “i” on Twitter looks exactly like a lowercase “L”.

GUCCiFER_2 all capitalized looks like GUCCIFER_2

GUCClFER_2 with a lowercase “L” looks like GUCCIFER_2

Get it? Now meet the third Guccifer 2 —> and who they follow

The account was opened sometime in February 2017, when WikiLeaks and Anonymous Scandinavia (@AnonScan, presumably now @AnonScandinavia) started dropping Vault 7 hints and about two months before Robbin Young released her DMs with Guccifer 2. I was personally in communication with the individual who created the third Guccifer 2 account during this time period and all I can say is that my short-lived interactions with them are just as bizarre as the rest of this shit show.

When I first came in contact with this person we started chatting about the Vault 7 hints and the blog posts I was publishing that covered what was happening. And remember how I’ve repeatedly told ya’ll that I believe Anonymous’ #OpISIS was basically Operation Sabu Part II? Right.  So in addition to Cassandra Ford, #Unity4J’s Aaron Kesel, Ray Johansen, GhostSec, and Anonymous Scandinavia all being part of #OpISIS—Kesel claiming that he worked with the CIA (until he changed his story) and Anonymous Scandinavia sugar coating Anonymous working with U.S. intelligence agencies—this person I started talking to appeared to be part of it, as well.

(Disclaimer: I do not think that Cassandra Ford was some sort of planted fed snitch)

But not only did this person say that they were helping to track down ISIS accounts on Twitter, an operation I knew nothing about at the time, they also said that they were in contact with Roger Stone despite what their Guccifer 2 Twitter account bio now reads, “I’ve never heard of Roger Stone.” What’s more accurate is that I had no idea who exactly Roger Stone was either at the time they were telling me this.

We got along great but shortly into our communications this individual started sharing what I considered weird emotional sentiments towards me since we had only known each other for such a short period of time. Around the same time, they told me that Anonymous Scandinavia’s associate, @Pizzaital, had blocked them on Twitter, insinuating that they were a fed or infiltrator. Since I was hitting the AnonScan koolaid pretty hard at the time, I found it suspicious that they had been blocked.

If you’re interested in some more absurd background information, I reached out to @Pizzaital privately but instead of responding she blocked me on Twitter, starting posting about conversations we allegedly had but literally never happened, accused me of having five gazillion Twitter sock accounts and trying to get in Anonymous Scandinavia’s pants (I heard they don’t wear pants), and has now spent over four years defaming me on Twitter, publicly asking for my personal information, making videos saying that she’s going to have me arrested and imprisoned, attacking Julian Assange for retweeting my articles, and being an overall nut job. 

This, of course, was only one of like eight people Anonymous Scandinavia followed on Twitter for years but, alas, I still carried my torch of ignorance and loyalty for Anonymous Scandinavia for the next year or so.

So things got super weird and I cut ties with this person I had been speaking with until I realized months later that they had created the fake G2 account and some bizarre things started happening. For those of you at home wondering why I didn’t pay attention to the White Rabbit “Seth Rich thumb drive” debacle on June 1, 2017, take a look at the date on this post that I published about the “third Guccifer 2” situation four years ago: 

Yup, some “third Guccifer 2” shenanigans started going down after Moot published his article about Young’s DMs and while the White Rabbit “Who spoofed the Seth Rich files?” debacle was happening. These shenanigans included an anonymous individual contacting me in a desperate bid to convince me that the third G2 account was actually the originally Guccifer 2. 

I had also been in communication with Hannibal Moot (prior to him joining up with Matt Couch’s team), until I realized he was working with the person behind the third Guccifer 2 account after which I cut all ties with him, as well. But not before Moot passed along to me how Guccifer 2’s Twitter handle could be reproduced with a homoglyph; swapping out the capital “i” for a lowercase “L,” which is exactly how the third Guccifer 2 account came about. You know, the same account I was suppose to believe was the “real” Guccifer 2.

Although the homoglyph situation was never brought up in Moot’s article debunking Young’s DMs, interestingly enough, the one person who tried to debunk Moot’s debunking was the person behind the third Guccifer 2 account or as Moot called them, “K.” And not only did “K” try to debunk Moot’s findings, they did it “at the request of Ms. Young,” who was chummy with Anonymous Scandinavia back in 2017, and still was a few months ago.

According to an article that Moot published on May 24, 2017 :

“Now, I am able to append the article with a response by Twitter user @KKNoMates [@KevD00D] (I’ll refer to him as K) who took it upon himself to take another look at my findings. Ms. Young asked him to present his findings to me.

After looking over her DMs, “K” came to the conclusion that there was probably a glitch in Twitter’s software that made the “block” button appear on the wrong side (remember, you can’t block yourself on Twitter), seemingly trying to legitimize what the “real” Guccifer 2 said about Seth Rich being their source. And again, less than a week later someone was trying to convince me that “K” was the real Guccifer 2. Additionally, that doesn’t explain the cursor found in Nevin’s DMs. 

If anything, the manipulated DMs (the ones without the cursor) look like they came from the person acting as Guccifer 2 and conversing with Young and Nevins, not the other way around, hence why the “block” button was on the “wrong” side. Anyways…

Although Moot tried to get Young to send him a new batch of screenshots that he could examine, on May 27, 2017, four days after Fox News retracted their Seth Rich story and only five days before White Rabbit showed up with the “Seth Rich thumb drive,” Young claimed that all of her DMs with Guccifer 2 had been mysteriously deleted. 

This is an opinion piece about my own theories and viewpoint. You should research this story and events yourself and come to your own conclusions.

Annoyingly Long Updates:

May 20, 2021: I have noted throughout The Rabbit Files that I personally believe former AnonIntelGroup member and hacktivist, Ray Johansen, has access to and/or is a close associate of both the old @AnonScan account as well as the new one, @AnonScandinavia. Over the course of the last three years, neither of these accounts have ever rebuked things like fascist elements being welcomed into the Assange support community but they recently took the time to publicly chastise me over my belief about Johansen’s access (while failing to address the association part) because apparently “Anonymous Scandinavia” is more emotionally invested in my opinions than, say, fighting fascism.

And even though @AnonScandinavia publicly denied that Johansen has access to their account, which may indeed be true, the account is also known for protecting abusive liars, promoting malicious actors who carry out defamation campaigns and try to dox activists, and associating with Beth Bogaerts (@HumanOfMind) who went so insanely far to discredit me that she actually perjured herself in court multiple times by bizarrely and falsely accusing me of being paid/hired by her former business partner so, no, I don’t believe them. Like, on any level. As for my audience, I’ll leave it up to them to make their own decision. 

Of course, @AnonScandinavia’s recent denial in no way negates the fact that the account privately vouched for Johansen in the past in order to boost Johansen’s trustworthiness factor which is exactly zero despite his endless twaddle about “trust” and “loyalty.” That is, if the person(s) behind the account now is the same one(s) who previously vouched for Johansen which they themselves claim they’re not. 

Due to incredibly poor opsec, whoever was running the old @AnonScan account in September 2020, claimed that someone (?) was able to contact the family of the @AnonScan administrator and gain the passwords to Anonymous Scandinavia’s Youtube and email accounts. Then they claimed they were still working on gaining control of the Twitter account which they clearly eventually did.

This was after guys like Johansen spread private rumors last summer that the (original?) administrator of the @AnonScan account was highly depressed hence the reason there had been no activity on the account for months last year. I’ve also heard rumors that some people were told the administrator killed himself. 

Like other things that have disappeared after they were exposed in The Rabbit Files, Anonymous Scandinavia rewrote the video title and deleted the video description on a September 7, 2020 video they posted that explained this ridiculous story and revealed just how bad the account’s opsec was. 

So aside from @AnonScan being an opsec dumpster fire, according to the above statement the lack of activity on the account last year was not due to the administrator’s depression like Johansen claimed, but rather vicious attacks on their servers and devices. And yes, Anonymous Scandinavia, their servers, and their devices have been so heavily targeted by the deep shadows of lurking intelligence agencies (as they have claimed repeatedly over the years) that the original administrator, an alleged member of Anonymous, no less, decided it was a great idea to give out enough personal information to unnamed actors that it allowed these unnamed actors to track down and contact his family in order to obtain the passwords to all of @AnonScan’s accounts.

These people are seriously running a three-ring circus on a Suzie Dawson merry-go-round.

Then, earlier this year the @AnonScan account was shut down (deleting all evidence of what they’ve posted since 2016) and a new one popped up a month later as @AnonScandinavia, claiming that they are the same as the old @AnonScan account. But do they mean they’re the administrator of the old @AnonScan account where an unnamed actor(s) took control of it after apparently obtaining the password from the administrator’s family, or do they mean they’re the administrator of the old old account who became deeply depressed and may or may not have committed suicide? 

As if this story can’t get anymore ridiculous, the very first video that @AnonScandinavia posted upon their return with the new account was a 50-some-year old guy (age not confirmed loool) wearing a mask and asking people to be his personal snitch by uploading documents from their personal devices to an insecure server this guy obviously runs because that’s not a screaming red flag in the activist community at all. What he wanted was any and all information pertaining to anyone who had pretended to be Anonymous Scandinavia or associated with them, which, of course, no one is aware of anyone “pretending” to be Anonymous Scandinavia for over three years now, but okay, buddy. 

This grown ass man then ended the video by threatening unknown individuals they claim are harassing and defaming people they support which is pretty hilarious based on the wack-a-doodle-defamation trolls this account has promoted over the years. I mean, let’s be serious, what kind of male “activist” and “hacktivist” makes this kind of video and then expects to be taken seriously? Like, was this dude including women and underage activists in his threats? What a misogynistic, abusive class act.

After dealing with the @AnonScan account for years, personally, I just think that they like to post or say things that make them appear way more important than they really are and, admittedly, I used to believe every word. But, again, you should come to your conclusions. 

The funny thing about all of this is that the first (and maybe only) tweet that Julian Assange retweeted from the @AnonScan account back in early 2017, which led a lot of us believing that Assange was working with the account, was a video that @AnonScan deliberately stole as their own from an Assange supporter who had created it. To this day, Anonymous Scandinavia has never given them credit and I should have known then what a complete and utter fraud this guy and his associates really are.

May 20, 2021: In other news, for those of you familiar with the Twitter user “Kaidinn,” apparently they recently claimed responsibility for the “@AnonFoxfire” account which was a part of the AnonIntelGroup with Ray Johansen. Although some people believe that Beth Bogaerts was behind the account due to the similarities in handles (@AnonFoxfire/@Foxfire2112) and her involvement with the hacktivist scene including working as an editor for one of Johansen’s associates as early as January 2017, it turns out that one of the most pathetic smear artists on the internet who used to work with Johansen is now claiming the account as theirs. What an absolute embarrassment for the hacking group and its associates.

DisclaimerTen more pages of disclaimers to follow.

If you were mentioned in this article because your associate(s) did or said something stupid/dishonest, that’s not a suggestion that you did or said something stupid/dishonest or that you took part in it. Of course, some may conclude on their own that you associate with stupid/dishonest individuals but that’s called having the right to an opinion. If I’ve questioned something that doesn’t make sense to me, that’s not me spinning the confusing material you’ve put out. That’s me trying to make sense out of something that doesn’t make sense. And if I’ve noted that you failed to back up your allegations that means I either missed where you posted it or you failed to back your shiz up.

If I haven’t specifically stated that I believe (my opinion) someone is associated with someone else or an event, then it means just that. I haven’t reported an association nor is there any inference of association on my part. For example, just because someone is mentioned in this article, it doesn’t mean that they’re involved or associated with everyone and everything else mentioned. If I believe that there’s an association between people and/or events, I’ll specifically report it. 

If anyone mentioned in this article wants to claim that I have associated them with someone else or an event because I didn’t disclose every single person and event in the world that they are NOT associated with, that’s called gaslighting an audience and it’s absurd hogwash i.e. “They mentioned that I liked bananas but they didn’t disclose that I don’t like apples. Why are they trying to associate me with apples???” Or something similar to this lovely gem, “I did NOT give Trish the thumb drive!” in order to make their lazy audience believe that it was reported they gave Trish the thumb drive when, in fact, that was never reported, let alone inferred.

That’s some of the BS I’m talking about so try not to act like a psychiatric patient, intelligence agent, or paid cyber mercenary by doing these things. If you would like to share your story, viewpoint, or any evidence that pertains to this article, or feel strongly that something needs to be clarified or corrected (again, that actually pertains to the article), you can reach me at with any questions or concerns.

I cannot confirm and am not confirming the legitimacy of any messages or emails in this article. Please see a doctor if sensitivity continues. If anyone asks, feel free to tell them that I work for Schoenberger, Fitzgibbon, Steven Biss, the CIA, or really just about any intelligence agency because your idiocy, ongoing defamation, and failure as a human is truly a sight to behold for the rest of us.

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