The Dossier was a Sham and was Written By Multiple People

Well, we already knew the dossier was a sham, but we didn’t know about the abnormalities that show that there were multiple people who wrote different parts of the dossier. The first part of the dossier was written using the British version of English, but most of the later stuff was written in American English, which you wouldn’t expect. After all, Steele said that he wrote the entire dossier himself. Another thing you have to remember is that Steele left Russia in 1999 and has not been back since. Under those circumstances, finding one source would be like hitting the lottery, but Steele claims he had 34 sources.

Steele’s alleged sources

Steele’s Sources Are Equivalent of Intel Agency which is Very Unlikely

According to the dossier, it is sourced from about 34 valuable, trusted, and highly placed assets such as:

  1. A senior Russian Foreign Ministry figure
  2. A former top Russian intelligence officer
  3. Several knowledgeable FSB sources
  4. A trusted compatriot (there are references to at least 5 of these)
  5. A former top level Russian intelligence officer who is still active inside the Kremlin
  6. A senior Russian financial official
  7. A close associate of Trump
  8. Source E (redacted)
  9. A female staffer at the Ritz Carlton hotel
  10. An ethnic Russian operative connected to the Ritz Carlton hotel
  11. A senior Kremlin official
  12. A Russian IT specialist with direct knowledge of FSB operations
  13. A senior Russian government figure
  14. An ethnic Russian who is a close associate of Trump
  15. A separate source with direct knowledge of Trump’s investment in Russia
  16. A Russian source close to Rosneft President
  17. An official close to Presidential Administration Head Sergei Ivanov
  18. A Kremlin official close to Sergei IVANOV
  19. A trusted associate of a Russian émigré
  20. Two well-placed and established Kremlin sources
  21. A source close to premier Dmitriy Medvedev
  22. A close colleague (of Steele)
  23. A Kremlin official involved in US relations
  24. A Kremlin insider
  25. A Kremlin advisor
  26. A well-placed Russian figure
  27. An American political figure associated with TRUMP
  28. A senior member of the Russian Presidential Administration (PA)
  29. A senior Russian MFA official
  30. Top level Russian official
  31. Two knowledgeable St Petersburg sources
  32. A senior Russian leadership figure
  33. A Russian Foreign Ministry official
  34. Igor Sechin’s close associate

And the communications system set up by Fusion GPS was far more sophisticated than necessary, including:

In 2016, Fusion GPS [Simpson’s Firm] and Orbis [Steele’s Firm] had a pretty sophisticated computer and a communications network, far beyond what one would expect to find in large law firms or even a bank. They spent a lot of time and money setting up a DoD 8570 and NIST SP 800-37, 39, 53, 53A grade environment, which included among other things:

  • High-end security equipment like Cisco FirePOWER ASA appliances
  • High-end networking equipment like Cisco Catalyst managed switches
  • Multi-layered security and authentication using tokens and VPN
  • Multiple subnetted segments
  • Central configuration and patch management
  • Policy-based user ACL
  • Development, test, and production environments
  • An IDS
  • An air-gapped file storage

From The Gateway Pundit

Steele Hadn’t Been to Russia in 17 Years –

Simpson, Steele’s handler, was asked by Congressman Trey Gowdy during the House Intelligence Committee’s November 14 Hearing, (see excerpt below), if Steele had gone “to Russia as part of this project,” to which Simpson replied: “No, sir” at the time he compiled the dossier, Steele hadn’t been back to Russia in 17 years. Gowdy then asked him:

Gowdy: “How was he able to accumulate information in Russia if he didn’t go?”

Simpson: “… and generally, you have a network of sources who live in or came from the place that you’re interested in. So, you know, generally speaking, you would have –you would run a network of sub-sources or subcontractors who travel around and gather information for you. And so without getting into who his sources are, I can say generally, he hires people who can travel and talk to people and find out what’s going on”.

Once I had a good baseline and a stylistic fingerprint, I proceeded to analyze the individual reports.  From the sample below, we can see that despite Steele’s claim that he wrote the document, (images below), it is almost certain that it was written by another person(s), likely a foreign source, possibly Baumgartner, or Ohr. The writing style fits their writer profile in multiple categories.

There are, however, a few anomalies in the data (see last image) that indicate that some of the content—especially the latter reports that are written in an American English and have ‘talking point’ style—have been written by another unidentified author(s).


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