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To: sylvester80 who wrote (1321759)9/25/2021 11:30:52 AM
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locogringo
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Fake news from the liberal NYT? Say it ain't so, Mao, Jr.



To: sylvester80 who wrote (1321759)9/25/2021 11:43:37 AM
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Winfastorlose

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More fake shit...



To: sylvester80 who wrote (1321759)9/25/2021 11:54:18 AM
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locogringo
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Poor Sylvia. Fascist commie nitwits always set their own traps and manage to look like fools every time they try to communicate.

The records — provided to The Times on the condition that they not be directly quoted — show the F.B.I. was investigating at least two other participants in the rally on Jan. 6 and asked the informant to make contact with them, suggesting that they might be Proud Boys. Moreover, the records indicate that F.B.I. officials in Washington were alerted in advance of the attack that the informant was traveling to the Capitol with several other Proud Boys. The F.B.I. also had an additional informant with ties to another Proud Boys chapter that took part in the sacking of the Capitol, according to a person familiar with the matter, raising questions about the quality of the bureau’s informants and what sorts of questions they were being asked by their handlers before Jan. 6. Christopher A. Wray, the bureau’s director, acknowledged to Congress in March that the F.B.I. was studying the quality of the intelligence it had gathered about Jan. 6.