It’s been an eventful week for George Webb and Crowdsource the Truth’s Jason Goodman. The latter had to fly to and from Columbus Ohio, to bail George out for $3,500 on a DUI charge after George was busted sleeping in his car. While in jail, George was questioned by the FBI in connection with his tip to the Coast Guard about a Maersk cargo vessel that might be carrying a dirty bomb in the Port of Charleston, South Carolina. A day or two later, Jason flew with Trish Negron to London, in search of Eric Braverman.
Amazingly, Craig was already aware of the work of George Webb and Crowdsource the Truth!
Craig’s notoriety ratcheted up last December, when he publicly announced in that he’d personally flown to Washington, DC to meet one of the DNC leakers. Many people have concluded that this included Seth Rich. When pressed by Trish and Jason about details regarding Seth Rich, Craig says that he has to be careful about what he says but what he can say is that he was working in an “administrative” capacity and that he never personally met Seth Rich. He also points out that he never received a thumb drive, as often reported. “I received something by way of administration, rather than picking up documents.”
Craig says he saw George’s post, attempting to “Retrace the steps of Craig Murray”, when he came to DC in the environs of American University. Craig gives some corrections as to how that went down.
Craig finishes with this: “There’s just one thing I’d like to say to you and your people: I think the work you’ve done has been tremendous…I have been following it and I do hope that your efforts…to get some justice for Seth Rich are rewarded and I think that’s extremely important.
“I want to leave you with this thought. Amazing resources..by the American security services have been expended on this Russian…hack of the election, which doesn’t exist, at all. And despite the expenditure of this massive resource, nothing has been found, at all because there is nothing to find. If just…one thousandth of that resources had been put into solving the murder of Seth Rich, I think we’d all be an awful lot closer to the truth, if I can leave you with that thought.”