Craig Murray, a WikiLeaks operative, said he personally received Clinton campaign emails from "disgusted Democratic insiders," the Daily Mail is reporting. Murray said he was coming out with this stunning revelation because of the information being circulated that hackers working with Moscow helped Donald Trump win the U.S. presidential election.
Murray, a former British ambassador to Uzbekistan and now a close associate of Julian Assange, revealed that he flew to Washington, D.C., and collected leaked emails from whistle blowers inside the Democratic Party. According to him, they were disgusted with the wholesale corruption in the Clinton camp and the DNC for sabotaging Bernie Sander's presidential ambition.
Murray, a contentious figure, was removed from his post as British ambassador over allegations of misconduct. The 58-year-old was an unrepentant critic of human rights abuses in Uzbekistan while he served as ambassador between 2002 and 2004. His unflinching stance put him on a collision course with the U.K. foreign office, which led to his subsequent removal.