Journalist Speaks Out On Fusion GPS: ‘They Threatened To Sexually Abuse My Children’…
The shady, liberal opposition research firm behind the discredited Steele dossier uses smear tactics and intimidation to discredit people who go against its clients, London-based journalist Alek Boyd Tells Fox News.
According to Boyd, his flat in London was broken into and his laptops stolen. “Pictures of my children were left along with threatening messages of sexual abuse,” Boyd said, adding that he believed that Fusion GPS “had a hand in doing all that.” British police records confirm that Boyd reported a break-in with two laptops stolen from his London apartment in November 2014.
He said that his sources were attacked after the break-in: “People that were believed to be collaborating and sending me information from Venezuela were assaulted in Venezuela by the intelligence police of Mr. Chavez,” he said. “I believe that they were involved in the defamation campaign — smearing campaign — shortly after my apartment was broken into,” he added.
Boyd said Fusion smeared him on the web, labeling him “a pedophile, drug addict and thief.”
“They published this information through a number of social media and websites anonymously. They created fake Twitter accounts with my name, impersonating myself. … They started publishing photos of me walking around London with my daughters. They produced a huge amount of information — fake information — about me, accusing me from being a pedophile to being an extortionist to a drug trafficker to a car thief.”