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Faking a sex assault scandal

2018-10-30 20:24:10.811745+00 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Mueller refers sex assault scheme targeting him to FBI for investigation. Apparently one Jacob Wohl, youngest person ever barred for life from the financial industry, was offering someone $20k to lie about having been sexually assaulted in a scheme to be publicized by Republical lobbyist and radio host Jack Burkman, through an organization called "Surefire Intelligence". The kicker:

Wohl declined to comment on his involvement with Surefire Intelligence. However, his email is listed in the domain records for Surefire Intelligence’s website and calls to a number listed on the Surefire Intelligence website went to a voicemail message which provided another phone number, listed in public records as belonging to Wohl’s mother.

Edit: Whoah, it gets even better. Someone's doing a dive into the online presence of "Surefire Intelligence"

Jacob Wohl is a moron and didn't realize that there are reverse image search engines other than Google when he was adding filters to these pictures. Yandex got this as the very first result.

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#Comment Re: Faking a sex assault scandal made: 2018-10-30 21:45:47.563631+00 by: Dan Lyke [edit history]

It just keeps getting more and more bizarre: Twitter user @thetomzone Googled Robert Mueller and the date on which the alleged assault was supposed to have happened in NYC, and he had jury duty in DC.


#Comment Re: Faking a sex assault scandal made: 2018-11-02 21:07:52.844808+00 by: Dan Lyke

Jacob Wohl’s Fake P.I. Firm Ghosted on Ex-Homeless Woman Looking For Her Stolen Truck

#Comment Re: Faking a sex assault scandal made: 2018-11-02 21:08:26.965693+00 by: Dan Lyke

And I haven't had the time to watch it, but apparently his press conference the other day was a thing of.... note.

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