COVERT INTEL: COMEY TWITTER PHOTOS **MAY** HAVE CONTAINED HIDDEN COMMUNICATIONS

COVERT INTEL: COMEY TWITTER PHOTOS **MAY** HAVE CONTAINED HIDDEN COMMUNICATIONS
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This information is for SUBSCRIBERS ONLY and comes from some of my former colleagues during my years with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force where I was a "fully operational national security intelligence asset granted extra-territorial operating authority by FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC." 

Former FBI Director James Comey has made several postings on Twitter since he was fired by President Donald Trump.  Some of those postings contained images.  

According to analysis done on those images, SOME of them **may** have contained embedded encrypted files!  It is a way for people to communicate in a clandestine manner, yet do so in plain sight.  The public only sees a picture; but those "in the know" can download that picture and use specialized software to implement what's called "Steganography" to withdraw and decipher the hidden files. Below is the information about steganography and the screen shot of the analysis showing possible COVERT COMMUNICATIONS by Comey!

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    Gifford Rodine · 2 months ago
    This is type of information unavailable from most other sources. I sent this to friends with the recommendation they become subscribers.
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    Paul Lambert · 2 months ago
    Not an expert on any computer beyond the Commodore 64, but if this image is anything by which to go, having the term "outguess" prominently shown would seem suspicious right away.

    I am sure one of you other fellow can fill me in.
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      Daanan Mahn · 2 months ago
      The image shown is from the FBI scan where OUTGUESS was identified as being used. Incriminating.
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        Paul Lambert · 2 months ago
        Daanan, thanks. And yes, incriminating indeed. I would say a dead giveaway!
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    Steve Roberts · 2 months ago
    NY Times photos of Ghislaine Maxwell had stenographs within them.