Statement from Matt Couch

In August of 2017 America First Media and I began to report thatAaron Rich, Seth’s brother, was involved in transfer of DNC documents to WikiLeaks, and receiving money in exchange.

Our reports about Aaron Rich were largely driven by information givento us by a single source, who we now believe provided us with false information and who, as of this date, has retracted his statements.

Today, we retract and disavow our statements, and weoffer our apology to Mr. Rich and his family.

I take full responsibility for my actions and those of America FirstMedia before its dissolution, and would like to apologize to Mr.Rich and his family. All references related to Mr. Rich have beenremoved from our websites and social media platforms to the bestof our ability.

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[…] Butowsky was last to back down. “I never had physical proof to back up any such statements or suggestions, which I now acknowledge I should not have made,” Butowsky said this month, in a pinned tweet and linked statement published as part of the settlement. Butowsky has agreed to keep the apology tweet pinned to his Twitter page for 60 days, as has co-defendant Couch. […]

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Friend in Sweden
Friend in Sweden
2 months ago

Funny: Wikipedia, feb 2:nd edition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maricopa_County_Board_of_Supervisors

David James Shelly
David James Shelly
1 month ago

LOLOLOLOL Hey Matt a little diet and some STFU asshole is in order for you!!!!