Sony Hack is Almost Certainly an Inside Job

Friday, December 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Obama administration to blame North Korea and its allies with zero evidence whatsoever

Paul Joseph Watson
December 19, 2014

The FBI will release a statement today blaming North Korea and its allies China, Iran and Russia for the Sony hack, while President Obama will also give a press conference in which he will finger the Hermit Kingdom as the culprit, despite the fact that the evidence overwhelmingly suggests North Korea was not responsible for the attack and that it was more likely an inside job.

The Stalinist state will be implicated for the hack attack despite the fact that, as the New York Times reported, “It is not clear how the United States determined that Mr. Kim’s government had played a central role in the Sony attacks.”

It is also likely that the hackers had “inside help” from a Sony employee given that, “Embedded in the malicious code were the names of Sony servers and administrative credentials that allowed the malware to spread across Sony’s network.”

Despite the FBI as of just a few days ago focusing on a Sony employee as the source of the leak, with insiders telling Radar Online that , “the FBI believes that the group had to have help from someone familiar with the infrastructure,” the federal agency has suddenly flipped 180 degrees and jumped on board with the White House’s baseless accusations.

Wired’s Kim Zetter notes that the evidence to blame North Korea is “flimsy” at best and that such accusations could merely be a “politically expedient” way of misleading the public on behalf of government and intelligence officials. The report also notes that it would be “easy for attackers to plant false flags that point to North Korea or another nation as the culprit.”

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