Yesterday Ben Rachinger’s story was told on The Nation – one part of it at least, the allegation (well supported by documentary evidence) that Cameron Slater offered him $5,000 to hack this blog. (Wasted money Cameron, there’s nothing here to see!) You can watch The Nation spot online here.
Coverage that followed:
Martyn Bradbury, who hates us so much that he cannot even bear to mention our name, makes some good points in:
Compare how long Slater’s complaint gets investigated to investigations against him
Slater’s bizarre response to the allegations of hacking
Cameron Slater is still deleting any mention of this story on whaleoil, presumably so his loyal readers don’t learn that he keeps asking them for money while giving it (so he claims) to Ben out of the goodness of heart. He also has a bridge for sale.
Struggling with central tenet of this Whale/Rachinger thing: who cares who theStandard commenters are?Why wd their identities damage Labour?
— Jane Clifton (@rumpole3) June 6, 2015
Some documents have been published online, which is making it harder for us to continue to pretend they don’t exist. pic.twitter.com/q7MpSJzDPq
— Giovanni Tiso (@gtiso) June 6, 2015
@danylmc A burning question that they are literally the only people in the country who want to see answers
— Danyl Mclauchlan (@danylmc) June 6, 2015