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Hillary Emailgate: How One Twitter User Proved The “Intent” That The FBI Missed After Months “Investigating”

from Zero Hedge:

Earlier this week, a twitter user named “Katica” seemingly proved the “intent” of the Hillary campaign to destroy and/or tamper with federal records by revealing the Reddit thread of Paul Combetta (aka the “Oh Shit” guy; aka “stonetear”).  But what’s most crazy about this story is that “Katica” was able to discover the greatest “bombshell” of the entire Hillary email scandal with just a couple of internet searches while the FBI, with unlimited access to government records, spent months “investigating” this case and missed it all.  The only question now is whether the FBI “missed” this evidence because of gross incompetence or because of other motivating factors?

Now, courtesy of an opinion piece posted on The Daily Caller, we know exactly how “Katica” pieced her “bombshell” discovery together…the folks at the FBI may want to take some notes.

Per the twitter discussion below with @RepStevenSmith, “Katica” discovered Combetta’s Reddit thread on September 16th.  But while she suspected that Paul Combetta and the Reddit user known as “stonetear” were, in fact, the same person, she had to prove it…

Katica

…which she was able to do easily enough with a couple of extra searches.  First there is this FaceBook pic which refers to Combetta as “Stone Tear.”

Katica

 

Then, there was this website thanking “Paul Combetta” who could be reached at “[email protected].” 

Combetta

Combetta

And then there is Paul Combetta’s Etsy account where his username was, yet again, “Stonetear.”  The account has since been deleted.

Katica

And then there is this “stonetear” Reddit post where Combetta talks about why he loves living in Rhode Island…

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