It started off as a typical DeepCapture intrigue, this one set in Europe with whistleblowers whispering in the backs of airport hotel bars, stakeouts in obscure Swiss hamlets, and back-alley brush-passes in Eastern European capitals. It ended with proof that is a liver-punch to Garland’s politicized Department of Justice.
The superb 151-page whistleblower complaint (attached) speaks for itself. Three allegations to take from it:
- Jack Smith is the current Special Counsel prosecuting Donald Trump on two grounds, one related to J6 (for which I take full responsibility) and the other related to the “crime” of being an ex-President with an active Department of Energy clearance possessing classified materials. Before pursuing such novel legal theories as are expressed in those indictments, Jack Smith was the US prosecutor in the International Criminal Court in The Hague, where Jack Smith was a blackmailer.
- Jack was sending henchmen to Eastern European to convey the following message to various parties (both innocent and perhaps not-so-innocent): We know that during the Yugoslavian Civil War you murdered some people, Jack Smith is going to indict you unless you put $X in a suitcase for me to carry back to Jack so your problems go away.
- $X = from $400,000 to $9 million (bribes of $7 million and $9 million were paid through Bitcoin, not suitcases).
- Jack sought a $100 million bribe from a head of state who refused payment and is now in prison.
- We learned of these allegations because of a passel of European whistleblowers who ultimately wrote superbly detailed affidavits, provided texts and financial records, etc. Read the 151 pages with exhibits yourselves. I am no lower, but from where I sit, Jack Smith looks royally shtuped.
- In April 2022 (18 months ago) this information with supporting documentation was provided by these whistleblowers to the the DOJ in lengthy phone calls.
- One of the key whistleblowers contacted the DOJ in Washington DC to report it directly. Nothing happened. Then he called the US Embassy in Spain, who also did nothing. But then he received a phone call from the DOJ’s Alan Tieger. That main whistleblower then had a phone call with Alan Tieger, thinking it was someone to whom he could safely bring this information. Initially he thought Tieger was with the DOJ -SDNY (Southern District of New York).
- Alan Tieger spent the first few minutes of the call trying to get the whistleblowers to recant, and when they refused, reluctantly walked through their allegations and evidence. We know this because the 90-minute Zoom call was recorded (and is dynamite to hear, and which, of course, we have).
- Alan Tieger then buried the matter. This is likely explained by the fact that Alan Tieger turns out not to have been from DOJ Internal Affairs, nor was he in the SDNY: he actually was in the Hague with Jack Sith. In fact, Alan Tieger is a man who spent his career carrying Jack Smith’s luggage around the DOJ, and he has since replaced Jack as the American prosecutor at the ICC. So while the whistleblowers thought they were blowing the whistle on Jack Smith, they were tricked into doing so to Jack Smith’s own DOJ-butt-boy.
- I infer:
- Attorney General Merick Garland learned about this material 18 months ago, and he (or Lisa Monaco, the Littlefinger of Garland’s DOJ) summoned Jack back to Washington, DC to tell him something along the following lines: Listen you SOB, we know that you have been blackmailing people over in Europe and we are going to put you away for 30 years…. or you are going to come home and prosecute Donald Trump. We don’t care how far-fetched the legal theories, you are going to indict him and hound him to thwart his return to office.
- This explains why Jack Smith has indicted for possessing classified materials a man with an active DoE clearance, and for whatever that man did on J6 that no one can really explain.
NB This post has been corrected to fix a small and inconsequential error (one whistleblower’s understanding of where Alan Tieger was when they spoke: initially he thought Tieger was standing in SDNY’s offices in lower Manhattan during the call, but it later turned out Tieger made the call from the Special Prosecutor’s Office in The Hague. Which means that for all we know, Jack Smith was standing quietly in the room during the whistleblower call.
NB A word of caution to any in DOJ prosecutors considering retaliating against me for making this information public: retaliating against a federal whistleblower is a felony with provision for 15 years in prison for each occurrence. I am sure you good folks are getting enormous pressure to retaliate against me. But if you step aside, I will make sure no harm befalls you when these traitorous punks get lit. Think it through.