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...not about proof. It's about questioning and observing. Documents shared in the original article by Pando apparently prove Omidyar's money went to Ukraine (I say apparently, because we only have an alleged photo/copy of the document - I would need to requisition the actual document myself to raise it closer to the standard of proof).

Whether that means Greenwald's reporting will be influenced remains to be seen. I think when you say "intution," you probably meant to say "innuendo." I don't think it's fair to accuse Greenwald of anything at this point. I think it's beyond fair to be suspicious, however, when his boss is in partnership with the U.S. government and he claims to be an *independent* journalist committed to exposing the overreaches of his boss's partner, the U.S. government. There is more than ample reason to suspect conflict of interest.

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