More than a Million Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments were Likely Faked
Jeff Kao

Great paper. I am also a BigLaw Refugee. I applied a similar analogue analysis to the emails coming from the email server and the sheer volume of similarly-structured sentences discussing “pizza” and/or “just coffee” was staggering. Those sentences also contained repeating words that made no sense unless they were Code for something else, for example: “Would I have better luck playing Dominos on Pizza or Pasta?” “We found a handkerchief — I think it has a map that seems pizza-related…”

While I am concerned about the 1984- like aspects of the state of our democracy evidenced by your Net Neutrality analysis, I very much wish I knew how to use this software to analyze the server emails. I do hope that if any of you out there can see that you are being manipulated and lied to on a mass scale about regulations such as Net Neutrality, you might then also see how a person named the 49th most powerful in Washington DC, James Alefantis, and his good friends as shown in numerous photographs, Tony and John Podesta, might actually be speaking in Code about, at the very least, using child trafficking resources. Perhaps someone more technology savvy than I will take the time to do an objective computer data-driven analysis of the server emails and Alefantis Instagram comments, which also are undeniably graphic and pedophilic (calling the infant daughter of a member of their close-knit circle in one image a “Hotard” for just one example). Children are more important than Net Neutrality, and they are helpless. Please help them, if you have the time and ability, and forward that analysis to the FBI and the media. Thank you.

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