So far, almost everything i see is from 1984. Why?
@JohnB i saw that also. My first reaction was they may have had to pre-date the files if they’re using software developed before 2000.
Thanks. I don’t know about that, but in the filenames, you can see some of the files relate to much later dates (into the 2000’s) even though their date still shows 1984. Also, there are a handful of files with later dates. So, I guess I should not worry too much about the 1984 dates.
A lot of files! I haven’t tried to open any of them yet - have you?
@JohnB i have not tried to open any of them. Not trying to sound paranoid, but don’t need any unwanted company for opening them if they are actual files. Just not worth it.
Yeah, worth considering. I don’t need any trouble, either. I guess we can just hear it from those willing to risk it.
I wish there was an easy way to download all of them. One download then hand them out on a thumbdrive to anyone wanting them.
I don’t even store cookies so I’ll straight up say no, too paranoid
That’s a bunch for sure. Wonder if there is anything there that would actually surprise me… I’ll wait and let others with more time vet the stuff.
I would be impressed if Trump pardons Assange.
Somewhat related, this file was supposedly recently declassified by Trump. Seems to be everything the FBI had on Pelosi’s father (and some info they had on her brother).
My guess is that 1984 is symbolic. Sort of Orwellian
Yeah, it does sound sort of Orwellian. How appropriate!
I’m going through part of it. The investigation was initiated when he was being considered for a Kennedy Presidential appointment in 1961. There is a bunch of hearsay in it, most interesting of which is that he controlled a Democratic machine in Baltimore (41), where he was mayor, and had some associations with a a few Communist Party front organizations (107,147).
There was also a note that his son was indicted at age 20 for rape and assault of an eleven- and thirteen-year-old girl. The son was the only one acquitted of a group of 12 brought to trial, and was later indicted again for perjury, but he was acquitted again (14,15,42,43,109). There are accusations that the father obstructed the criminal investigation.
Separately, there were also accusations that the Piracci company was involved in deleting information embarrassing to the family in other cases (126,7). Nancy, then still a D’Alesandro, was a defense witness in that case (129).
However, being that the detractors were said to have made these statements in the heat of an election, it was judged that there was not enough corroborating evidence of any wrongdoing, and D’Alesandro was appointed.
I just skimmed it but it would seem she is just carrying on the old family tradition.
And 4 guys got songwriting credits for this. Saw them do it live a couple of times, one of the few good things about living in FLA, everyone wants to tour there in the winter.