Craig Murray at National Press Club Would Help Cure Media Innuendo!
“I’ve met the person who leaked them, and they are certainly not Russian and it’s an insider. It’s a leak, not a hack; the two are different things.” — Craig Murray, December 11, 2016
Why hasn’t former British Ambassador Craig Murray, a very close associate of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange, yet been invited to address The National Press Club in Washington DC?
Murray, indeed, very much has an untold story for America. For two years now, America’s media mysteriously has kept him totally absent from its reporting on Russiagate. It almost seems like no American journalist will ever see a promotion if they mention the name: Craig Murray!
There could not possibly be a better setting for Murray to finally describe his experience as a UK ambassador being removed from his diplomatic post in Uzbekistan due to his allegations of US torture and rendition; and also his extraordinary claim that he flew to Washington DC to clandestinely meet someone who provided the documents Wikileaks used to expose the DNC.
A Craig Murray invitation to The National Press Club would fly many balloons on one string. Not only would it help get America’s media off the hook for failure to fairly or completely report on accusations that Russia hacked the DNC, but such a presentation might also serve to assist the Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Investigation. In fact, Mueller’s team could simultaneously seize the invitational moment to actually interview Ambassador Murray.
Would this not be prudent?
It’s not like The National Press Club, given the activities and events which commonly take place at its forum, couldn’t sponsor a Murray speech. They question is why doesn’t it?
For example, for the price of a $5 ticket, one can attend an upcomming NPC event being held in The Truman Room, described accordingly: On January 16, the National Press Club invites you to come see Putin’s Witnesses, a documentary that Variety called “riveting” and “incensed.”
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The January 16th event shows The National Press Club definitely holds an interest in Russia. So why not tackle Russiagate? After all, the subject has captured America’s front-page news headlines for two years now? Why not listen to a man who has begged mainstream media to listen to the truth?
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If such an event were held at The National Press Club, it is with certitude that former CIA analyst Ray McGovern would purchase a NPC ticket in order to ask Ambassador Murray a question, something along the lines of the following:
“Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, working with independent forensic investigators, examined metadata from a July 5, 2016 DNC intrusion that was alleged to be a “hack.” However, the metadata showed a transfer speed far exceeding the capacity of the Internet at the time. Actually, all the speed turned out to be precisely what a thumb drive could accommodate, indicating that what was involved was a copy onto an external storage device and not a hack — by Russia or anyone else.” — Ray McGovern on January 7, 2019 in Consortium News