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JOSEPH MIFSUD Where are you?

The man with all of the answers







Joseph Mifsud is the man the anti-Trump campaign in motion after setting up a young American in London...

It's an incredible story and it HAS been reported on BBC, CNN and many publications, but not to the point where the 'dots' got connected in the minds of viewers and readers.

This so-called 'London' Professor was really a Maltese Professor "teaching" at Stirling University in Stirling Scotland





Academic at heart of Clinton 'dirt' claim vanishes  leaving trail of questions.



"Russiagate" mystery professor

Joseph Mifsud speaks out:

Interview with the Maltese academic suspected of being the link between a Trump campaign adviser and the Russian government: "The only thing I did was to facilitate contacts between official and unofficial sources to resolve a crisis. It is usual business everywhere. Papadopoulos doesn’t tell the truth"




Revealed:  Stirling University’s ties to Academy run by Russia inquiry professor

The University of Stirling was partnered with the London Academy of Diplomacy, an institution led by Joseph Mifsud, the academic who attempted to connect the Trump campaign with Vladimir Putin. The academy was stewarded by Professor Joseph Mifsud, who held the title of ‘Director’ from 2012 until its closure last year.




Using the 'Harry Lime' theme tune from the movie 'The Third Man', this is how BBC-TV told viewers about Joseph Mifsud and his contact with a 'patsy' snared by the FBI.


Joseph Mifsud:

more questions than answers

about mystery professor linked to Russia

Joseph Mifsud, right, with Alexander Yakovenko, the Russian ambassador to the UK. See:

   Dr. Joseph Mifsud: the New Role of the European Union

2011 - Prof. Josepf Mifsud analyzed the current difficult situation in Europe considering the economic crisis, in particular the crisis in Europe, the migration issue and also the future of the Euro-Atlantic relations. See:

The Professor Behind the Trump Campaign Advisor Charges

LONDON — Joseph Mifsud, who investigators say tempted a Trump campaign official with a promise of Russian “dirt” on Hillary Clinton, always presented himself as a professor, according to several online biographies and a person who knows him. But his academic affiliations are hard to pin down. He identified himself as the director of the London Academy of Diplomacy — or, on another web page, as its honorary director. But the academy is difficult to find.


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Professor Mifsud is tied to a murky entity that has MI6 and NSA/CIA (and every other kind of 'deep state' spy operation you can think of in the Western World), written all over it. Nominally owned by a German who has British ties, his "Academy" has bounced from Rome, Italy to East Anglia in England, and then to Stirling in Scotland. After Professor Mifsud had performed his work in London entrapping George Papadopoulos, Mifsud vanished. Now it seems that everyone is looking for Professor Mifsud. Meanwhile, Mifsud's German boss and wife continue their work as usual, and they have deep ties to the British Crown Establishment. For more about them go to the Roh press links page.

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Joseph Mifsud, 59, an enigmatic law professor with links to universities in the UK and Italy, has not been seen in public for two years.

His apparent disappearance is one of the strangest aspects of the scandal over alleged Russian interference in the US election process.

His passport and wallet were handed to a lost and found office in Madeira airport in August 2017 and languished there for 17 months, according to BuzzFeed News.

They were found in the coastal town of Câmara de Lobos on the coast of Madeira in August 2017 – three months before Prof Mifsud vanished – and presumably handed in to the authorities.

Six months previously, he had been questioned by the FBI about allegations of Moscow’s interference in the 2016 election.

It is not known whether the passport and wallet had been lost or were dumped but the academic was successfully issued with a new passport, on which he traveled to Moscow, according to BuzzFeed.

They met at Link Campus, a private university in Rome where Prof Mifsud worked.

According to special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into alleged Russian interference in the US election, in April of that year Prof Mifsud had found out during a trip to Moscow that the Russians had obtained “dirt” on Mrs Clinton in the form of “thousands of emails”.

The last time Prof Mifsud was seen in public was November 2017, when he was spotted in Rome and spoke to a journalist from La Repubblica, an Italian daily.

He disappeared within days of being identified as an allegedly key player in the leaking of the Clinton emails to the Trump campaign.

It has been claimed Prof Mifsud was working as a Russian spy, notably by James Comey, the former FBI director, who referred to him as a “Russian agent” in an opinion piece in The Washington Post in May this year.

Last month, two Italian newspapers and a news agency received audio recordings purporting to be of Prof Mifsud, in which he denied having any links to intelligence agencies.

In the November 11 recording, he denied being an intelligence agent. His alleged involvement in the Trump campaign had been “blown up”.

“I have been a networker all my life and this what I’m good at. I try to bring one group in contact with another – not, I repeat, nobody in any secret service or intelligence service or anybody of this sort.”

He said it had never been his intention to pass information “from one side to the other.”

He said he had been living in hiding, “without human contact”, and was hoping to be able to “come back to life”.

Voice analysis suggested the recording was made by Prof Mifsud and his former girlfriend also said she thought it was authentic.


In August 2017, Mifsud's wallet and passport are found on a beach at Madeira, a Portugese island northwest off the coast of Morocco, Africa. They are not handed in to a Portugese police station at Madeira, but to the Lost & Found Office at the Portugese Madeira Airport! They remain there for 17 months which brings us to November 2019. Then in November 2019 he is "spotted by a journalist in Rome and he spoke with a journalist. On November 11, 2019, two newspapers and a news agency in Rome receive a recording which was supposedly made by Mifsud - says his girlfriend. On the recording the voice claims that Mifsud is not a spy. But, read the original article below and you discover who 'authenticated' the voice. It is not a bone fide source of voice analysis! Also in the original article it turns out that their are actually different recordings of differing lengths which have been poorly edited! Although Mifsud is the foundation of the 'Russian Collusion' allegations - no one seems to be openly looking for him and that includes his girlfriend. Now, after Mueller could find no evidence of 'Russian Collusion' the allegation has moved on to Impeachment for 'Ukranian Blackmail'.

The Original Buzz-Feed Article

Posted on December 5, 2019

LONDON — While the world was looking for Joseph Mifsud, the Maltese professor who allegedly delivered word of Hillary Clinton’s stolen emails to Donald Trump's campaign, his passport and wallet sat for 17 months in a lost-and-found office in a Portuguese airport.

The items were found by police in a picturesque coastal town in Madeira, a Portuguese island off the coast of Morocco that's popular with tourists and best known for being the birthplace of soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. The passport and wallet were found on Aug. 5, 2017, some three months before Mifsud disappeared from public view and six months after he was questioned by FBI officers investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

A police report reviewed by BuzzFeed News shows that Malta’s embassy in Lisbon was notified of the missing passport on Jan. 24 this year. But a senior Maltese official said that authorities back in Malta did not become aware that a passport belonging to Mifsud had been found in Portugal until late October.

It’s not known whether the items were dumped on purpose or simply mislaid.

Portuguese police said the passport and wallet had been sent to Madeira airport after being found in the town of Câmara de Lobos, and the Maltese embassy was only informed once the time period for them to be claimed had expired.

Last month, nearly two years to the day he vanished, three Italian news outlets — La Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, and Adnkronos — received an audio recording out of the blue from someone claiming to be Mifsud.

The voice in the recording categorically denies any wrongdoing and knowingly having any links to intelligence services. He repeatedly insists that he was just a “networker” who brought people together.“I tried to do nothing else except as I have always done, put A in contact with B, B in contact with C, for purely academic purposes,” the man says in English.

Analysis by Bellingcat suggests that the voice in the recording does belong to Mifsud.

Following the publication of the audio, BuzzFeed News was contacted by an individual who works for a private intelligence company in Rome, who noted that the audio file hosted on the domain of one of the three media outlets was considerably longer than the clip published by Corriere della Sera. BuzzFeed News has verified that this is the case.

Bellingcat has also established that different versions of the recording were sent to the three Italian news outlets.

The newspapers Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica received an amateurishly edited version lasting about six minutes, while the press agency Adnkronos was sent a version more than double that length which abruptly cuts off after 13 and a half minutes. All three outlets also published concluding remarks contained in a separate 50-second clip. According to La Repubblica, Adnkronos received its recording some four hours after the newspapers.

In the longer version of the audio, which includes an additional middle section that has not been previously reported, the man believed to be Mifsud says that he is preparing “a full text of all my thinking and of all the issues that I feel have taken place.”

He rambles on for several minutes about how all he has ever done since he was young is “network.”

"Network[ing] means trying to get one think tank to speak with another think tank, one group of thinking with another group of thinking,” he says. “I have always done this all my life since I was a child."

The man believed to be Mifsud adds that he has never been paid to intrude into the privacy of others. "I am not the radical in the sense that I have tried to put somebody in touch with somebody without his or her permission," he says.

The voice on the recording insists that there had been “no pressure” to disappear from “nobody in any way or form,” and he had only been advised by friends to keep a low profile.

A central claim of the unfounded theory that Mifsud was a Western intelligence asset is that he was pressured and helped to hide by Italian intelligence agencies. The Department of Justice is expected to debunk the conspiracy theory that Mifsud was an FBI informant in a report due later this mo"I have not been given any instruction by anybody. I have not been forced to do anything by anybody. I have not been paid to do anything by any group. I categorically again emphasize that I have not been with one party against another party or with one group against another group. That was not my intent," the man in the recording says.

Directly addressing accusations that have been leveled against Link Campus, the Rome university where Mifsud worked, the man in the recording stresses multiple times that the university has nothing to do with his ordeal and holds no connection to intelligence services.

He later apologizes for any hurt he may have unintentionally caused and laments the fact that he hasn’t been able to work or stay in contact with his family, saying he has had to live “without any human contact” in the many months away.

The audio provides no indication of the professor’s current whereabouts, nor is an explanation given for why it was sent to Italian media

BuzzFeed News contacted the email address that sent the audio clips to the three Italian outlets but received no response.

The passport found in Madeira matches travel documents used by Mifsud to fly to Ukraine and Russia in 2017, based on a visa issued to Mifsud and other evidence seen by BuzzFeed News. Seven days after the passport was found in Portugal, the Maltese professor was issued a new passport, another document seen by BuzzFeed News shows. Two months after that passport was issued, he was in Moscow, according to a different visa application.

Mifsud was last seen in public on Oct. 31, 2017, at Link Campus in Rome where he gave an interview to La Repubblica that was published the next day. Italian media revealed last month that Mifsud hid away at the house of an associate of the university’s in Esanatoglia, a small village in the Marche hills about 130 miles north-east of Rome, until the end of 2017. The university has repeatedly stated it has no knowledge of his whereabouts.

According to Mueller’s investigation, Mifsud told Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos that the Russians had thousands of emails from the Democrats in April 2016, two months before the party itself was aware that its computer system had been hacked. Mifsud told Papadopoulos he’d learned of the emails during a trip to Russia, but who told him is still not known.

Papadopoulos, who served 12 days in prison for lying to the FBI during the probe and is now among those peddling the unfounded theory that Mifsud was a Western intelligence asset, is said to have later shared the information with the Australian high commissioner to the UK, whose government passed the information to US authorities after WikiLeaks began publishing the emails in July 2016. That information sparked the FBI to launch the investigation that Mueller led.