Operation Flicker... 2.0?

rossum

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They kept spelling James Comey’s name as Corney. So many times, it’s hard to believe it was a simple grammatical error.
That looks more like an OCR error to me. In lowercase "rn" resembles "m", and a spell checker would not help since neither Corney nor Comey would be in the dictionary.

I have seen similar errors in other OCR texts, ln -> h for example.

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Electric Skeptic

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Huh? You won’t find any mention of pizzagate. Operation Flicker came before pizzagate.
I asked for evidence of pizzagate, since you claimed that the fact that there was a basement in the building next door to the one supposed to be hosting pizzagate - and you seemed to think that that fact was relevant. So where's the evidence for pizzagate? Contrary to your claim, nothing about it has been debunked. It's all nonsense.
Well, it’s on a government website. It’s an IG report on an investigation that was carried out by ICE. It’s not hard to find. Just do a simple google search.

From wiki:

In April 2006, ICE's Cyber Crimes Center, Child Exploitation Section, initiated an investigation into criminal organizations that distributed child pornography. The project, dubbed Operation Flicker, found that there were a number of government employees, including "dozens of Pentagon staff and contractors with high-level security clearance," who had downloaded child pornography.

And the references from wiki:
  1. ICE FOIA Case Number 2015-ICFO-82330 (2016). Retrieved from https://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/controversies/USICE-FLICKER.pdf on 10/2/2019
  2. ^ MacAskill, E.(2010) Pentagon workers found to have downloaded child pornography. The Guardian. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/jul/24/pentagon-us-staff-downloaded-child-pornography on 10/2/2019
So...nothing to do with pizzagate at all. Terrible, but now what?
 

Electric Skeptic

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I recall IG Horowitz’s report regarding the Russia investigation had several misspellings, as well. They kept spelling James Comey’s name as Corney. So many times, it’s hard to believe it was a simple grammatical error.

My theory is... it’s a trick to throw off researchers when conducting word searches on large government documents which could ultimately serve to skew the public record.
Oh wow...now that's paranoid.
 

Whateverman

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That looks more like an OCR error to me. In lowercase "rn" resembles "m", and a spell checker would not help since neither Corney nor Comey would be in the dictionary.

I have seen similar errors in other OCR texts, ln -> h for example.

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Good catch...
 
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