Read the deleted websites of Trump’s racketeering Russian-American former business partner and senior advisor
Yesterday I blogged about Felix Sater, a Russian-American real estate mogul and convicted fraudster who was at one time a senior advisor to Trump.
Trump with Felix Sater (source)
Sater found fame during the 2016 election when Trump’s Russia connections became a focus for journalists. It was around this time that Sater, whose busy online presence rivalled Trump himself, deleted all of his sites and some of his social media accounts.
But as they say, nothing is ever truly deleted from the Internet.
Via the Wayback Machine, which archives the web, here’s a sample of Sater’s deleted sites and social media accounts, including:
• This site dedicated to Sater’s involvement in the development of one of his “most prized projects,” the Trump SoHo hotel in Lower Manhattan – recently the subject of a criminal investigation and a lawsuit.
• This site consisting entirely of lengthy statements by Sater’s lawyer, Michael Beys, Esq., in response to news stories about Sater’s 1998 conviction for his involvement in a $40 million “pump and dump” scheme.
• This site dedicated to Sater’s professed philanthropic endeavours.
• Plus a whole bunch of social media accounts.
If that didn’t sate your appetite, here’s an exhaustive list of Sater’s sites and social media accounts:
Websites and blogs
Social media accounts
• Google Plus
• Hub Pages
• Git Hub
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