Indiana University Prof Jean Camp, who manufactured a fake link between President Trump and Russia’s Alpha Bank, that somehow made its way into the Hillary dossier, was amply rewarded with 2.4 million dollars from the Obama administration. Not bad money just for manufacturing 2,700 search attempts. Both the FBI and the DOJ investigated the case and they exonerated Trump after it turned out all 2,700 were DNS messages. Alpha Bank is now contemplating a lawsuit against Camp. Alpha has sent Camp a letter instructing her not to destroy communications after her false flag scheme.
Alfa Bank then blamed Jean Camp & Associates for artificially setting up a false Trump-Alfa Bank narrative and threatened a lawsuit:
In May of this year , the bank tapped Kirkland & Ellis LLP, a white-shoe American law firm, to write a letter to L. Jean Camp, an esteemed Indiana University computer scientist and researcher — and a vocal supporter of the claims made by Tea Leaves. This initial letter, first reported by CNN, claimed that the Camp investigation into the covert server chatter had “encouraged inquiries into supposed links to the Trump organization” and that her “activities continue to this day to promote an unwarranted investigation into Alfa Bank’s ‘communication’ with the Trump Organization.” The letter added that “Alfa Bank is exploring all available options to protect itself … [including] litigation and causes of action under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act,” further demanding that Camp “preserve all records” pertaining to the Tea Leaves research. Such a preservation request is often the precursor to a lawsuit. There would be more letters.
Alfa Bank contacted Professor Camp and demanded she hand over her emails related to the Trump – Alfa bank connection, but she would not. The bank’s position is that the professor is an employee of a public entity (Indiana University) but still Camp’s attorney’s have refused to comply. Alfa would like to know who all was involved in her sending requests to the bank’s and Trump’s servers and with reporting the incident as a fact that Trump and Alfa bank had a secret back channel to each other.
Per a review of Professor Camp’s activities at IU, it’s been uncovered that the Hillary-obsessed professor received a multi-million dollar grant from the Obama Administration in 2012. The shocker is that the professor received the grant in relation to her reported actions on ‘privacy and trust issues in technology” –
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