Hillary Clinton is a “high priest of the Illuminati” according to Guccifer, the Romanian hacker serving jail time for exposing the former Secretary of State’s use of a private email server.Guccifer, who breached the personal accounts of high-level politicians, celebrities and at least 100 Americans including Colin Powell, Dorothy Bush Koch and longtime Hillary Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal, wrote a handwritten letter to Fox News from his jail cell in Virginia.
The prolific hacker – whose real name is Marcel Lehar – described the Illuminati as an “evil, profoundly corrupt” international cabal intent on controlling world affairs. It was the stated goal of his “Guccifer Project” to expose their agenda.
“Hillary Rodham Diane Clinton is one of the high priests, a goddess of this occult, (sic) satanic, shadow group. One must see their evil and profoundly corrupt motive to understand what I am talking about.”
As leaks and accusations of impropriety continue to swirl around Hillary Clinton and her email practices while she served as secretary of state, Guccifer apologized to the world for his shortcomings in the letter to Fox News.
“Though I know I invested a great deal of time and effort trying to expose the crimes of the Rockefellers, the Bush Klan (sic) the Clinton, and many others, maybe my skills were NOT matching my faith,” he wrote.
“So I apologize in front of the unknown soldiers who struggle to take this fight against these monsters to a glorious end. Many of ‘em are risking their lives, while doing this behind the computer screens, from inside or outside the system.”Referring to his imminent return to his native Romania to serve the remainder of his 7 year jail term, Guccifer said, “I will not leave this beautiful country without saying that the ‘Guccifer Project’ was a failed project.“
Fox News reports:
Lazar was a voracious reader of biographies of public figures and claimed those he hacked had passwords that were easy to figure out.
After his hacking escapades for which he pleaded guilty to two U.S. federal counts, Lazar told Fox News in hours of recorded phone interviews and an in-person jailhouse meeting how he breached accounts belonging to Blumenthal and Powell.
In May, Guccifer repeatedly claimed to Fox News during a series of interviews that he had successfully breached Clinton’s private server. Guccifer made the same claims to NBC News, which published his claims later.
In July, when FBI Director James Comey was asked about this claim before Congress, he testified, “He did not [gain access to Clinton’s server], he admitted that was a lie.”
However, Comey added: “We do assess that hostile actors gained access to the private commercial email accounts of people with whom Secretary Clinton was in regular contact from her personal account.”
The FBI file sent to Congress showed the server was targeted immediately after “IP addresses from Russia and Ukraine attempted to scan the server on March 15, 2013, the day after the Blumenthal compromise, and on March 19 and March 21, 2013.”
It is worth noting that in a portion of the highly redacted and recently released FBI report on Clinton’s email practices, page 32 noted Lazar’s use of screenshots in disseminating information. “One of the screenshots captured list of 19 foreign policy and intelligence memos authored by Blumenthal for Clinton,” it said.
Lazar was finally arrested in Romania in 2013. Among his Romanian victims is the former Minister of Information George Maior, who now serves as the current Romanian ambassador to the U.S.
The Romanian Embassy had no comment to Fox News about Lazar and said their media and press representative “was on leave.”
During Lazar’s Sept. 1 sentencing, U.S. District Judge James C. Cacheris noted that Romanian prison conditions are much “worse” than in the U.S. Cacheris sentenced Lazar to a 52-month sentence in the U.S. but it is unclear when and how that will be fulfilled — because in a move that appeared to surprise Lazar’s defense counsel Shannon Quill, it was announced that Romania wanted Guccifer sent back to finish his sentence “right away.”
Sounding somewhat concerned in the Sept. 15-dated letter, Lazar thanked Fox News for being present in the courtroom and weighed in on his country’s demand for his return: “The Romanian authorities query that I have to be sent home ‘right away,’ is a silly hasty move, by the way.”