A serious discussion on vetting and accountability aid work must take place as a result of Joel Davis's arrest and the multiple questionable and outright duplicitous aspects of his "aid work" that went unnoticed and unquestioned by the NGO world, including the revocation of his charity's 501c status.
In a very real and tragic sense, the arrest of Joe Davis represents the continuation of a sick and parasitic norm in charitable work, non-governmental organizations and other entities who claim to protect the vulnerable, but whose leaders are exposed as predators of the worst kind.
Readers and viewers must understand that efforts to help do not end at the period finishing the last sentence of this article, or the last guest at a vigil. Rather, readers and viewers must take up their own actions, because it is truly up to the public to fight for Assange, when a unified but unelected power structure is set on destroying him and the work of the organization he leads.
In his final report in a three-part series, Guccifer 2’s West Coast Fingerprint, the Forensicator discovers evidence that at least one operator behind the Guccifer 2.0 persona worked from the West Coast of the United States.
The latest analysis by the Forensicator demonstrates that it is highly unlikely that the Cyrillic error messages found in Guccifer 2.0’s first publication were the result of simple lack of foresight on the part of Kremlin-backed hackers.