There has been a report making its rounds on the internet that comes from the “European Union Times”. The report claims that Obama refused a list of Terror suspects from Russia in September. The report claims that Chris Harper-Mercer was on that list. This report is False, if you trace the sources in the article it will come back to an article wrote by Sorcha Faal. Fall is a fictitious person that writes fictitious work.
The article appears on the “European Union Times”. It claims the following:
The Federal Security Services (FSB) is reporting today that an American black-Islamist terror suspect, who yesterday committed an act of mass murder in the State of Oregon (United States), had been included on a list of 87,000 “known/suspected” Islamic terrorists that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) refused last month to accept from the Federation due to its not being “politically viable in the present atmosphere”.
The source they site is a website called “What Does It Mean”. The journalist, Sorcha Faal, is known to write a significant amount of misleading content. Nobody knows quite who she is, but the general consensus is that it is David Booth, the owner of the website.
I’ve noticed a lot of trolls showing up on this article becoming upset by what it says. The evidence that the article was fake sat on the original EU Times article the entire time, all you had to have is a little computer know how to figure it out. They Say:
And the information relating to the black-Islamist terrorist Mercer “leaked” into Reedus by the SVR/FSB is, to say the least, shocking and disturbing–including that immediately after the Oregon mass shooting, his Internet personal profile was changed from his true identity as an ISIS/ISIL terror supporter to one of his being a “white conservative Republican”. [Русский]
Yet look at the screenshot from the same article to the right. The arrows point out the important areas. Notice the last sign in date? 3 months ago. This proves the profile was never altered as one would have to sign into the hacked account in order to alter the data. The only way they could of altered the date is if they gained access to the server and edited the last sign in field within the mysql database. In plain English, It wasn’t hacked, it wasn’t altered. Sorry!
Sorcha Faal reports sometimes appear on conspiracy forums such as Above Top Secret and Godlike Productions, often after being republished by other websites (such as the European Union Times). Invariably, the following amusing pattern emerges: it usually takes only a few posts before the forumites identify the source and the author and start piling verbal abuse on the idiot reposting such bullshit and on Sorcha Faal herself, often twisting the name into “such a fail” or some variant thereof. The bad news is that this doesn’t stop other forum-dwellers from believing it.
They claim that she writes bogus articles that websites like the European Union Time then cover. We can then use “Wayback Machine” to verify that this claim was made as far back as July 2015, well before the claimed date the article was wrote 9/15/2015.
I noticed people accusing this article of being incorrect, so I had to update it and include more of an explanation as to why it is. I’m not sure why people are more concerned with proving their source right than finding the truth, but that’s where we’re at in 2015.
I noticed one person made a comment against us which got 7 likes, then the same person commented again saying they were sorry and that they misjudged us. That person has integrity and our respect regardless of his political affiliation. It’s worth mentioning that at the time of writing this 0 people liked that comment which was directly under the first comment, so it’s not like people didn’t see it. People are more concerned with proving/disproving a source than finding the truth.