The Washington Post reports:
The Washington Post identified the witness by determining that portions of her affidavit match, sometimes verbatim, a blog post that the pro-Trump podcaster Terpsichore Maras-Lindeman published in November 2019.
In a recent civil fraud case, attorneys for the state of North Dakota said that Maras-Lindeman falsely claimed to be a medical doctor and to have both a PhD and an MBA.
They said she used multiple aliases and social security numbers and created exaggerated online résumés as part of what they called “a persistent effort . . . to deceive others.”
Sidney Powell’s secret intelligence contractor witness is a pro-Trump podcaster https://t.co/8cKQUsCbjw
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 24, 2020
“She told The Post that, by its nature, her covert work could not be independently verified. ‘People like me don’t exist,’ she said.”
Ah, well, then.https://t.co/YPNBOl1jmS
— Rachel Maddow MSNBC (@maddow) December 24, 2020
This story is WILD. The headline undersells it by a lot. https://t.co/z4301FlSQJ
— Nick Martin (@nickmartin) December 24, 2020