Syria Truth Stands by Article, Calls Daniel Domscheit-Berg Liar?, and Will Release Emails



Syria Truth said that it would release the email(s) "tomorrow evening." That would have been the evening of the 23rd, December, 2010. Well, it's now December 24th, and I don't see anything on their site in the way of any such email(s). Perhaps I'm just missing it. If it's there and someone can provide the link, I'd appreciate it. Just leave the link in a comment. Thanks.

Otherwise, is this standard operating procedure for this site to be so shoddy? This is perhaps the only article that has ever put them on the "Western" map, even though it's not been much. You'd think they'd be extra diligent about putting the emails out there.

Of course, if they do, they better include all the headers. We need to see the servers that were involved. It's that important to global peace and justice.

In my update yesterday (UPDATE 4) of my article, "December 14, 2010 Steps: Daniel Domscheit-Berg (OpenLeaks) Bribery Allegations Against Julian Assange (WikiLeaks)," I wrote, "Will Syria Truth now "stand by it's article" and thereby call Daniel Domscheit-Berg a liar? Will they reveal as much as possible supporting such a claim?"

Well that's exactly their position:

In the meantime, and as a result of noise generated by the media report the "truth" referred to, perhaps under pressure, hurried Domokht Daniel Berg to issue a statement denying that he made a speech to a colleague Leah Abramowitz. It is strange that he kept silent for more than two weeks about what appeared in the international media about his speech for "the truth", which was rejected during the two weeks, several times, the answer to questions regarding the statement of a fellow Abramovich and extended to him by means of numerous media, Israeli and other foreign. But it suddenly decided to repudiate his statement! Which will pay the "truth" to the publication of the mirror image of one of his letters to fellow Abramovich tomorrow evening includes the above and told her earlier this month.

That's the final paragraph of an article on Syria Truth about it.

By the way, the article echoes Julian Assange speaking at some length about the amount of documentation it has on Israel and his plans for releasing the same. I'll have more to say about that in posts to come.

Here's what I have to say about Syria Truth's plan to release alleged emails from Daniel Domscheit-Berg:

Syria Truth is getting into some deep computer areas though that they may not understand. Daniel is not someone to mess with if it comes to getting at the truth regarding whether or not something actually happened on the standard Internet.

In addition, Syria Truth could get into having to cough up logs on servers they don't control. It's a legal issue. Daniel Domscheit-Berg could seek to force them via court.

So, Syria Truth may have to fall back on that they were duped, retract that they stand by their article, throw themselves on the mercy of the public, and/or end up "losing" at least with tens of millions of WikiLeaks supporters and growing.

However, is Daniel Domscheit-Berg telling the truth? Was Syria Truth just "used"? It's a pretty out-of-the-way site and only in Arabic. If not for Gordon Duff railing against Julian Assange, I doubt their story would have been a blip. Plus, they don't reply very well to emails, if at all. They very likely read mine and didn't reply.

Was John Young of cryptome duped. The latter is highly unlikely since he would never, unless he's really slipping (not likely; not that much so quickly and with his people around him), communicate with Daniel Domscheit-Berg on that level without a ring-of-trust key from Daniel Domscheit-Berg and not without being on a verified secret tunnel with him.

About Tom Usher

Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.