Who Placed Illegal Material on Alex Jones’s Server?

WAS IT “THE DEEP STATE”?

by Sharon Rondeau

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(Jun. 17, 2019) — On Friday, Infowars host Alex Jones declared a $1,000,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the individual who allegedly “planted” illegal material on his server.

The relevant part of the broadcast can be viewed here.  [Editor’s Note:  Strong language; not suitable for children.  Some viewers will find Jones’s comments highly offensive.]

Jones, who has been sued by an FBI agent and family members of five victims of the December 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, was ordered by a Connecticut Superior Court judge in January to produce all of his marketing materials and emails to determine if he profited from his characterization that the mass shooting was a hoax.

As a result, Jones hired prominent New Haven criminal defense attorney Norm Pattis, who said on Friday’s show that “he was notified a few weeks ago by the company that is reviewing all of the emails Infowars receives that there were 12 suspicious ones that appeared to be threats against Jones but actually contained child pornography,” according to The Hartford Courant.

Pattis represented Lucian Wintrich in a matter arising from an address Wintrich gave at the University of Connecticut at Storrs in November 2017.   A charge of disorderly conduct brought against Wintrich for confronting the woman who removed his speech notes from the stage as he spoke was dismissed, Pattis announced the following month.

“The law permits the use of reasonable force to retrieve stolen property…What happened at UConn the other night was shameful and they will be hearing more from us in the not too distant future,” Pattis said following Wintrich’s court hearing.

A report Monday in The Connecticut Post states that an attorney representing the Connecticut Sandy Hook plaintiffs, Chris Mattei of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder PC, accused Jones of sending the pornographic material to him and contacted the FBI. Pattis claimed Friday that “a private company screening InfoWars’ metadata on behalf of plaintiffs in a Sandy Hook lawsuit discovered at least one email with embedded child pornography. The company turned over the metadata to the FBI, which conducted an investigation for several weeks.”

MSN reported Saturday that “According to Pattis, the FBI found 12 emails that contained PDFs or images embedded in emails with child porn. Pattis said some of the emails were directed to Jones and ‘were very hostile.’ He said that none of the attachments were opened or downloaded, and the FBI is treating Jones as a victim.”

On Monday The Post & Email spoke with Obama birth certificate lead investigator Mike Zullo about Jones’s claims regarding the illicit material found on his server.  As the birth certificate probe was ongoing, Zullo interacted extensively with a confidential informant to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), Dennis Montgomery, between early 2014 and early 2015.

A former NSA and CIA contractor, in late 2013, Montgomery approached then-Sheriff Joseph Arpaio to say that he possessed evidence showing that the bank accounts of approximately 150,000 Maricopa County residents had been compromised by a government agency.  Arpaio responded by hiring Montgomery to organize the data he claimed to have so as to determine whether or not a crime or crimes had been committed against his constituents.

Eventually, Zullo played a major role in convincing Montgomery to inform a federal judge of the evidence he had accumulated and later, the FBI.  Represented by Atty. Larry Klayman, Montgomery testified to Judge Royce C. Lamberth, who then headed the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) tasked with granting or denying government requests to conduct surveillance on American citizens, as in the more recent case of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

Zullo said that Montgomery’s evidence showed that a number of prominent Americans, including Donald Trump, Alex Jones, the judge overseeing Arpaio’s trial and more than 150 other federal judges were the subjects of government surveillance conducted between 2001 and 2010 without a search warrant.

Through transcripts of closed-door interviews in connection with the Trump-Russia “collusion” investigation released in recent weeks, the public has learned that at least some members of Congress are aware of Montgomery’s having provided the material to the FBI.

In a number of interviews with Carl Gallups of “Freedom Friday” dating back several years, Zullo said that the FBI “deep-sixxed” Montgomery’s information, about which Montgomery had testified twice under DOJ-granted production and testimonial immunity.

On Monday, Zullo told The Post & Email exclusively:

If you go back, Carl Gallups and I reported that a confidential informant to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Dennis Montgomery, is on an audio recording made, I believe, at the end of 2013.  It was released during the 2015 federal proceeding against the sheriff and made public (which never should have been). On the recording, Montgomery was describing to me what an individual can do who possessed the technology and the information he has, and the direct response from Montgomery was that they would send an email and embed links to child pornography.

In a conversation that ensued after the taped interview, Montgomery actually did tell me that the way they do it is they send an email; that email opens up to embedded links that have other embedded links to them and creates a trail that makes it look as if your computer keystrokes were looking for those pictures and you were actively engaged in viewing them.

That is something that the government could do; so could any other individual who was in that part of the government that no longer works for the government who would have retained the knowledge and know-how to embed those emails.  In Alex Jones’s case, it was just a matter of time before somebody tried to do this.

I am cautiously optimistic that the FBI will pursue this with a moral law-enforcement standard, although I am not too hopeful because of the Deep State operatives who are still embedded in these agencies. The other thing is that it was Montgomery who also verified to me by three other NSA sources, William Binney being one of them, that our government has the ability to breach a computer system anywhere in the world and make it look as if another country did it.  So this whole thing with Russia “hacking” is still extremely suspect.

If you recall, in 2016 the state of Georgia’s voter rolls were breached and there was no camouflage at that point; it went right back to our intelligence agencies.  While it appeared to be DHS, it could have been DIA, NSA, or anybody doing it using that IP address. So this stuff is diabolical; it is a threat to national security and national sovereignty, because you can’t be a sovereign nation when everybody knows your business.

The controversy around Montgomery was the documentation he provided.  In my federal testimony under oath, under penalty of perjury, I actually came out and said that not all of his info was garbage; some of it was creditable.  These were some of the things I was referring to in that trial.  No one dug any deeper, so I wasn’t going to volunteer anything.

The Post & Email asked Zullo why then-Sheriff Joseph Arpaio had characterized Montgomery’s material as “junk” during the trial, to which Zullo responded, “The sheriff knows only what he was briefed. Senior-level investigators were conducting that investigation and for six months, I was not part of it.  I came back in later.  Upon my review of the information to send it under subpoena to the federal court, I discovered information provided to us by Dennis Montgomery that actually was verifiable.  And I did verify it.

“So what the sheriff was referring to as ‘junk’ for purposes of the identity theft portion of Montgomery’s information, he was told that, but the truth is it wasn’t junk.  If you knew what you were looking at, you could make the determination that there’s credibility to some level on this information he provided.

“The sheriff knows only what he was told.  Had I been there during that part, he would have gotten a different story.  There were identities stolen of Maricopa County residents.”

7 Responses to "Who Placed Illegal Material on Alex Jones’s Server?"

  1. Hamilton Nash   Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 10:51 AM

    This is confusing.

    Were the hard drives that Zullo testified were worthless, the same hard drives Montgomery gave to the FBI?

  2. Tim   Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 1:14 PM

    Again, I’m pleased to see P&E readers have a firm grasp on the truth behind the assault on Alex Jones, and the technological capability of deep state operatives to impugn innocent people. Jones has been on the cutting edge of government corruption for years, and has been more accurate than most in his assertions. I’m much more inclined to believe him, than I am to believe his accusers. We know the technology exists to plant false evidence on computers, then misdirect the source. It’s no different than installing a phony Caller ID number on your telephone, which has become commonplace in today’s world. Put nothing passed the deep state, it has all the resources of the United States government at its disposal.

  3. Dennis Becker   Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 10:35 AM

    Sorry, I should have told you the official trial transcript is available from Pacer’s website. You have to have an account and it is not free.

    But there is a free link here:

    https://tesibria.typepad.com/wye/the-mcso-seattle-operation-testimony-mike-zullo-nov-12-2015.html

    You have to scroll down past the part where he plead the fifth or do a word search for Binney.

    Zullo. “We took those hard drives. The following morning after our arrival we met with Mr. Binney, Mr. Drake, at the airport coffee shop. I think it was in Maryland. And ultimately we ended up at Mr. Wiebe’s home and we started plugging in the hard drives. Detective Mackiewicz, the night before, ate something and had food poisoning. He was really, really ill. So he was pretty much curled up on the couch kind of one-eyeing everything that was going on. And I opened up the box. We took the drive. I stood there as we plugged every drive in, so these drives are never out of our control. And it didn’t take them long to start saying: This is nonsense. There’s no origin. There’s no nothing here. You don’t know what any of this is. None of this is worth anything. And ultimately, that’s how every drive, it was determined there wasn’t anything of any value on the drive.”

    Q. Are you finished with your answer?

    Zullo. “Well, I might as well just tell you the whole story so you could just stay me later with it.”

  4. Sharon Rondeau   Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 6:56 AM

    Source?

  5. Dennis Becker   Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 12:38 AM

    “The other thing is that it was Montgomery who also verified to me by three other NSA sources, William Binney being one of them,”

    The other two NSA sources were Thomas Drake and Kirk Wiebe. Zullo mentioned them in testimony in the Arpaio contempt trial.

    Zullo. Just to jump ahead for you so you understand the mindset that was here, I located the NSA people that actually built the harvesting software. And what had happened was I was out of this —

    Q. And who were they?

    Zullo. “That’s Kurt [sic] Wiebe, Thomas Drake. Thomas Drake I think was prosecuted. William Binney. “

    [skip]

    Zullo. “We took those hard drives. The following morning after our arrival we met with Mr. Binney, Mr. Drake, at the airport coffee shop. I think it was in Maryland. And ultimately we ended up at Mr. Wiebe’s home and we started plugging in the hard drives.”

  6. Edmond Day   Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 9:40 PM

    A server is an open garbage can.

  7. Art Telles   Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 1:44 PM

    Sharon,

    This is HOT, and an indictment of the “creep” state of the deep state.

    From the link you posted in paragraph # 2, here are the last three sentences at
    >> https://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Lawyers-Alex-Jones-sent-child-porn-to-Sandy-Hook-14005437.php

    >> “Jones’ lawyers had previously been ordered to turn over vast amounts of electronically stored data on Jones’ business operations.

    >> “Court documents stated that the Sandy Hook lawyers had begun reviewing the electronic files that Jones had turned over when they found child pornography in the files. They immediately contacted the FBI.

    >> ” ‘The FBI advised counsel that its review located numerous additional illegal images, which had apparently been sent to InfoWars email addresses,’ they stated.”

    It appears that the “creep state” will do anything against those who expose the pedophiles in America and Europe, such as Alex Jones and Leo Lyon Zagami.

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