CLAIM! Anti-Trump forces could’ve put Cohen’s phone signal in Prague

According to an article from The Daily Mail, hackers could have placed President Trump’s former Lawyer Michael Cohen phone signal in Prague.

The Daily Mail:

Intercepts from an Eastern European intelligence service have reportedly established that around the same time Cohen-linked phone signals were pinging among Czech cell phone towers, a group of Russians were intercepted in a conversation noting Cohen’s presence in Prague.

McClatchy didn’t explore in print the possibility that a Cohen adversary might have obtained the unique digital ID of his phone and put it on another, a simple task for the technically inclined.

Every phone carries an International Mobile Equipment Identity number, or IMEI, an electronic fingerprint that can be altered. Instructions for the hack are readily available online, covering both Apple and Android devices. 

That raises the possibility that a foreign agent who obtained the ID number of Cohen’s phone could have cloned it and switched it on somewhere in order to suggest he was present. 

This came after McClatchy reported that according to intelligence reports Michael Cohen’s phone could be traced to Prague during the time the Dossier claims.

Of course, the report from McCarthy could just be entirely false due to the fact the Michael Cohen Prague narrative has been debunked so many times.

Here is our coverage of Prague(Click the links below):

Mueller filing debunks Cohen Prague myth

FLASHBACK: Two USC Baseball sources confirm Cohen wasn’t in Prague when Dossier says

Michael Cohen destroys report that he traveled to Prague

FLASHBACK: Jake Tapper debunks Michael Cohen Prague story

Cohen lawyer: All Cohen references in Steele Dossier are false

The bottom line is that the only way Cohen’s cell phone could have been traced to Prague is if it was hacked by Anti-Trump forces.


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