What do they Find a picture of him dancing the kazahtski in a furry hat while tossing hundred-dollar bills to a cheering crowd? From The New York Times:
Though the United States has accused Russia of providing general support to the Taliban before, analysts concluded from other intelligence that the transfers were most likely part of a bounty program that detainees described during interrogations. Investigators also identified by name numerous Afghans in a network linked to the suspected Russian operation, the officials said — including, two of them added, a man believed to have served as an intermediary for distributing some of the funds and who is now thought to be in Russia. The intercepts bolstered the findings gleaned from the interrogations, helping reduce an earlier disagreement among intelligence analysts and agencies over the reliability of the detainees. The disclosures further undercut White House officials’ claim that the intelligence was too uncertain to brief President Trump. In fact, the information in his daily written brief in late February, two officials have said.
How many straws can this camel carry on its back?
Both people said the intent of the briefing seemed to be to make the point that the intelligence on the suspected Russian bounty plot was not clear cut. For example, one of the people said, the White House also cited some interrogations by Afghan intelligence officials of other detainees, downplaying their credibility by describing them as low-level. The administration officials did not mention anything in the House Republican briefing about intercepted data tracking financial transfers, both of the people familiar with it said.
im电竞官网-How many more shoes have to drop? Right now it sounds like the chorus from 42nd Street.
Investigators are said to be focused on at least two deadly attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan. One is an April 2019 bombing outside Bagram Air Base that killed three Marines: , 43, of Newark, Del.; Cpl. Robert A. Hendriks, 25, of Locust Valley, N.Y.; and Sgt. Benjamin S. Hines, 31, of York, Pa. On Monday, Felicia Arculeo, the mother of Corporal Hendriks, told that she was upset to learn from news reports of the suspicions that her son’s death arose from a Russian bounty operation. She said she wanted an investigation, adding that “the parties who are responsible should be held accountable, if that’s even possible."
Someone inside the room where it happened is playing this hand like a master. Every time the administration* comes up with a new bogus alibi, information appears almost immediately that utterly undermines it. The source—or sources—are three steps ahead of Camp Runamuck every time. And it obviously will not stop. Birnam Wood hath come to Dunsinane, over and over again.