Weinstein allegedly hired intelligence agency to target accusers
Harvey Weinstein hired an elite private agency run by former intelligence officers to gather information on women who had accused him of sexual misconduct, and specifically targeted accuser Rose McGowan, a source familiar with the investigation told ABC News.
The use of the company – called Black Cube – was first reported by Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker. Farrow appeared on “Good Morning America” Tuesday to discuss his latest New Yorker piece and what he calls “an international campaign” on behalf of Weinstein to keep his accusers from coming forward.
“This was elaborate and expensive,” Farrow said. “This was all conducted in secrecy … I think the story makes it clear that they were focusing on everyone trying to get word out about this.”
The info about Black Cube is pretty disturbing.