Reposted from the WMR Report
January 11-12, 2017 — “Connected” former UK intelligence operatives source of Trump dossier
WMR can exclusively report that the sources of the Donald Trump dossier alleging his involvement in “golden shower” performances in Moscow and sex parties in St. Petersburg are four former members of British intelligence. Two of the four are well-connected to British MI-6 and the Central Intelligence Agency. Earlier last week, New York Senator Charles Schumer warned Trump that his dismissal of CIA charges that Russia hacked the 2016 U.S. election would come back to haunt the president-elect. Schumer said on MSNBC, “Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.”
And they did. One of the authors of the Trump-Russia dossier is a director at the prestigious London-based International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS), a British version of its CIA-linked U.S. counterpart, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The individual is also a former deputy director of MI6. The other author we have identified is a former counter-terrorism official with Britain’s Security Service (MI5) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He has close connections to the governments of Pakistan and Qatar and spied for Britain in the United States, Canada, Turkey, and Jordan.
WMR’s forensic analysis of the Trump dossier also yields the following:
WMR’s conclusion is that the dossier is a hybrid containing actual classified information from official U.S. and/or UK intelligence reports and amateurish badly-sourced and erroneous information from unofficial sources.