On this episode of Blunt Force Truth, Chuck and Mark are joined by Michael Guy to break down the scam behind Roger Stone’s arrest. Michael Guy is a rock star turned cyber security and information technology expert. Michael has spent a lot of time researching all aspects of Roger Stone’s case.
Chuck and Mark start off by having Michael Guy explain who Roger Stone is and why Mueller’s gang is targeting him. Michael also covers the many different names involved with Roger Stone’s case and how the timeline dates back before the 2016 election.
They continue their discussion by explaining how the deep state manufactured the Russian hacks and the truth about the server that is yet to be produced by the FBI. Michael explains the major role played by CrowdStrike, which was the cyber security company hired by the DNC to destroy evidence.
Chuck, Mark, and Michael finish up the show by talking about why the DNC needed the huge scandal to cover up Hillary’s email scandal before she went on stage to debate President Trump. They include the reasoning for Mueller’s indictments of 13 tweeting Russians.
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As CEO at ISM Security, Michael Guy has consulted for one of the largest security intelligence operations in the world. Michael has worked in the field of intelligence gathering for the now infamous 17 billion dollar Music Industry v Bertlesman / Napster case, which to this date is the single largest case in Internet Intellectual Property history. ISM can process upwards of 35 billion potential security events per day across 110 counties via fault tolerant, redundant network operations centers.
Guy has been advising EMI, Warner, Universal Music group and KROLL global security as well as technology cyber strategist for conservative causes. Michael’s clients include Peter Monroe who served as head of the Federal Housing Administration and Chairman of Resolution Trust under Presidents Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton. Michael’s services cover a wide scope of forensic data tracking and analysis of cyber crime, best security practices, criminal data discovery, anti-piracy frameworks and risk mitigation on a global basis. Michael is a sought-after speaker on the subjects of security and Google and regularly appears in both print and broadcast media, including BBC World Service, NPR, Wired Magazine and others. His opinions have been solicited by members of Congress. Michael authored the E-commerce platform at the University of Santa Clara’s Levy School of Business.
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