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Rod Wheeler claims he was pressured into taking part in a fake news story claiming Rich leaked the e-mails to WikiLeaks, to distract the public from alleged collusion between Russia and members of Trump’s campaign. & the quotes disavowed are
My investigation up to this point shows there was some degree of email exchange between Seth Rich and Wikileaks.
My investigation shows someone within the D.C. government, Democratic National Committee or Clinton team is blocking the murder investigation from going forward. That is unfortunate. Seth Rich’s murder is unsolved as a result of that.
the family sent a cease and desist letter on 18 May 2017, threatening to sue Wheeler if he continued to make comments about the case to the media saying the claims were false and that the stories were exacerbating their grief using their sons death for political gain
& May 2017 he said “I Haven’t Walked Anything Back”
“I didn’t walk anything up that deserved to be walked back.”
“And the agents are furious
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Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) — Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, the fifth-most visited website, talks about technology start ups and expanding in India.
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Wikipedia’s citations are the largest curated bibliography in the world. They are the foundation of Wikipedia’s reliability and verifiability. They are also the top-6 referrer to all CrossRef DOIs online. Since 2011 the Wikipedia Library program has arranged free access for top editors to prohibitively expensive databases like JSTOR and EBSCO. This has made Wikipedia’s content better, but our citations are still too often closed for readers without institutional affiliations. OABOT is a project partnership between the Wikipedia Library and Antonin Delpeuch (developer of Dissemin) to address this. Dissemin can intelligently parse a citation and then search through hundreds of repositories to find a compatible free-to-read version. OABOT uses Dissemin to crawl Wikipedia, sending Dissemin citations and getting back free-to-read links which are placed directly in the same Wikipedia citation, and flagged with a green free-to-read open lock. OABOT will make Wikipedia’s citations even more open and more valuable, helping push publishers and authors to make repository copies available and machine-discoverable so that they can wind up on Wikipedia’s immensely trafficked pages.