A smoking gun email Hunter Biden received in April 2015 from a Burisma executive, thanking him for introducing him to Joe Biden has just been declared genuine by a computer forensic technician. The DCNF provided Robert Graham, the founder of the cybersecurity firm Errata Security with the email complete with metadata,
Graham is an acknowledged expert in the field and the metadata is irrefutable. Graham has been declared an expert in the field by The Washington Post, the Associated Press, Wired, Engadget and other news and technology outlets. That establishes his bona fides. He has declared the email to be genuine.
From The Daily Caller
Graham used the DKIM signature within the email to verify with a private key on Google’s servers that the sender, recipient, subject, date and body of the message that the DCNF obtained from Giuliani were unchanged from when the email was originally sent in April 2015. (RELATED: Hunter Biden Emails Could Be ‘Absolutely Verified’ If Rudy Giuliani Released The Metadata, Expert Says)
Graham said the only way the email could have been faked is if someone hacked into Google’s servers, found the private key and used it to reverse engineer the email’s DKIM signature.
Email metadata on its own does not provide any indication of whether hacking had anything to with the email’s release, Graham noted.
“Of course, committing criminal hacking doesn’t make true information any less true, so no matter how illegitimately they gathered emails, the contents are provably legitimate,” Graham said.
Originally, Biden’s campaign tried to claim that the meeting never happened because it was not on his official schedule. They later backed off after several other meetings were also not listed even though the definitely did happen. They then said it was possible that such a meeting occurred without confirming or denying the existence if the meeting.
The email came from a laptop computer Hunter Biden allegedly dropped off at a repair shop and abandoned. That information was turned over to Rudy Giuliani.
The Biden campaign refused to comment on this story.