Hmmmmmm. Multiple break-ins at the offices of a lawyer for a State Department whistleblower. Unlocked office across the hall with valuables left untouched. Lawyer says it has to be related to his client’s case.
(Is it worth remembering at this point that Glenn Greenwald had a suspicious burglary occur at his residence in Rio in which a laptop was stolen and nothing else — two days after telling his partner that he was going to send him encrypted documents from Ed Snowden? Which he says he ultimately did not send, by the way. Yes, I think it is worth remembering that.)
I love this line from Ed Morrissey’s post: “State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki categorically denied that the break-in was connected in any way to the State Department.”
Was that before or after she categorically denied that John Kerry was on his boat?
A categorical denial from Jen Psaki . . . that’s almost as good as an admission, isn’t it?