I think it’s very interesting how quickly you’ve walked back from your “You know I’m right and you cannot debate me” posture without addressing any of my points. It’s not up to me to come up with a counter-narrative for what’s happened, it’s up to you to prove your narrative. Burden of proof is with the party making the claim, and, as you ave already acknowledged, that burden has not been met by those making it. Russia is a longtime opponent of US defense and intelligence agencies, so there’s no shortage of motive to fabricate evidence to advance agendas against them, but it’s not my job to come up with a story about what happened and prove it to be true. That’s your job, and you know you can’t do it, which is why you’re now trying to fallaciously shift the burden of proof onto me by trying to get my “what happened” story so you can argue against that instead.