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Bezos probe concludes mistress' brother was Enquirer source

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Ginger Lawrence | 13 February, 2019, 02:43

Minutes later, however, the attorney said he could confirm that "it's not Saudi Arabia, it's not President Trump (and) it's not Roger Stone". "Another source who has been in extensive communication with senior leaders at AMI confirmed that Michael Sanchez first supplied Bezos' texts to the Enquirer".

Sanchez didn't immediately respond to a message seeking comment on Monday.

He suggested the Enquirer coverage was politically motivated as Mr Pecker is a close friend of Donald Trump, while Mr Bezos owns The Washington Post, which the United States president believes has a vendetta against him. In a January 31 tweet, he said without evidence that Bezos' longtime security consultant, Gavin de Becker, who is leading the private investigation, "spreads fake, unhinged conservative conspiracy theories".

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He has said he has never taken an illegal drug or drunk alcohol, with the exception of communion wine. I will die black, and I'm not going to make excuses for anybody because they don't understand".

The source had provided information to the company for at least seven years, Elkan Abramowitz, a lawyer for American Media chief executive David Pecker, said on ABC's This Week.

Documents reviewed by The Daily Beast show that Michael Sanchez believed the Enquirer pursued its story about Bezos with "President Trump's knowledge and appreciation"-a chase encouraged, in Sanchez's estimation, by Republican operatives "who THINK Jeff gets up every morning and has a WaPo meeting to plot its next diabolical attack on President Trump".

The explicit material, which is the centre of a "blackmail" row between the world's richest man and the National Enquirer, was allegedly passed to the U.S. tabloid by Michael Sanchez. Ben-Veniste had served as special prosecutor during the Watergate scandal. Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man and CEO of Amazon, is publicly accusing The National Enquirer in a blog post of trying to blackmail him by threatening to release more intimate photos of him unless he calls off an investigation into how that information was obtained in the first place. On Monday, Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano said the Jeff Bezos-National Inquirer feud is "bad news" for Trump. He took that fantasy to the grave since California's law required competitions to allow entry without requiring a purchase. It's a nice feeling...