Craig Murray Offered To Testify to Mueller—No Reply
July 23, 2020 (EIRNS)—Craig Murray, formerly Britain’s ambassador to Uzbekistan, wrote an email to Ray McGovern, which McGovern shared with correspondent Joe Lauria at Consortium News with Murray’s approval, describing how he had written to Robert Mueller, offering to provide evidence to the special counsel’s investigation into Russian election interference, regarding how the emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and John Podesta were delivered to WikiLeaks. “I wrote to Mueller offering to give evidence, never receiving any reply,” Murray conveyed to McGovern on July 22. “Never had any request for an interview by any U.S. authorities.”
Murray has revealed before that he knows how emails were delivered, by hand, not by hack. Murray also mentioned in an earlier article that Bill Binney had explained to him the means by which he had proven that the emails were downloaded, not hacked.
Murray will be testifying in a trial in Spain against the founder of UC Global, David Morales, who was arrested and is standing trial for the illegal surveillance of WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange when he was in the Ecuador Embassy in the U.K., on behalf of the CIA (including privileged Assange-lawyer conversations).