The media learned about the message Tras Blinken “Everything is done” after the emergency at Nord Stream

British Prime Minister Liz Truss

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss

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Western online resources are discussing statements by Megaupload and Mega founder Kim Schmitz, better known as Kim Dotcom, that British ex-Prime Minister Liz Truss could send a message after the Nord Stream attack to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. Dotcom claims Truss wrote “everything done” in the body of the message.

“How did the Russians know that the UK had blown up the Nord Stream pipelines with the US? Because Liz Truss used her iPhone and sent a message to Blinken saying “It’s all done” a minute after the explosion on the gas pipeline and before someone else found out,” Dotcom tweeted.

The founder of Megaupload emphasized that the information came from the wrong Truss smartphone, which was hacked by hackers. At the same time, the entrepreneur did not specify where he received this information from. writes RIA News.

At the same time, major media in the West did not react to Kim Dotcom’s statement. There is also no official confirmation of this information.

German-Finnish entrepreneur Kim Dotkom is the former owner of the largest file hosting service Megaupload. In the 90s in Germany, he was convicted of stealing personal data and selling insider information. Later, his work came to the attention of the FBI – in the United States he is accused of extortion, copyright infringement and money laundering. Dotcom currently resides in New Zealand, but the US authorities are seeking his extradition.

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