From Informed Comment
1. Republican activist Jacob Wohl allegedly set up a phony company called "Surefire Intelligence," charged with paying supposed women victims of Special Counsel Robert Mueller to allege sexual abuse. Wohl used his own email address to set up the site, and give his mother's telephone number as the contact. Anonymizing is difficult on the Web, but Wohl wasn't even trying. And if you are going up against the former director of the FBI with a covert op, being this transparent is political suicide. Wohl was ill advised to be the one to announce the scam beforehand:
Very credible allegations are set to be made against Robert Mueller -- The MSM is scrambling! They're accusing me of offering to pay accusers with ZERO PROOF and ZERO EVIDENCE!
2. According to the New Yorker's Jane Mayer, Wohl used his own photoshopped image for a profile photo. I'll bet you he used his own computer to start the shell company so that his IP address was recorded, as well.
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