Christopher Steele

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Person.png Christopher Steele   Companies House LinkedIn PowerbaseRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(spook, businessman)
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Born24 June 1964
Aden, South Arabia (Now Yemen)
Alma materCambridge University/Girton College
SpouseLaura Katharine Steele
Member ofIndependent SAGE, Orbis Business Intelligence
Spooky businessman who cooked up the 'dirty dossier' to try to smear Donald Trump.

Employment.png Director

In office
2009 - Present
EmployerOrbis Business Intelligence

Not to be confused with Christopher Steel, a Permanent Representative of the UK to NATO in the 1950s.

Steele's Linked in page, as posted on ZeroHedge.[1]

Christopher David Steele is "the man behind the infamous Trump 'dirty dossier'", as the UK Daily Mail put it.[2]


Orbis Business Intelligence

Full article: Orbis Business Intelligence

Christopher Steele is a director of Orbis Business Intelligence, a private intelligence agency. It may be more than a mere coincidence that the same three men (Pablo Miller, Sergei Skripal and Christopher Steele) who had personal and professional links going back to the 1990s[citation needed] should have a continuing association at the same time as the Steele dossier was being compiled and later as the so-called Russiagate inquiry was imploding.

Steele dossier

Full article: Steele dossier
In 2022(or 2021?), after years of unquestioning reporting, the commercially-controlled media began[citation needed] exposing the Steele dossier as fraudulent.

Former FBI Director James Comey described the Steele dossier as “salacious and unverified” in a Senate hearing.[3]

Walsingham Partners

Full article: Stub class article Walsingham Partners

On 23 April 2015 Steele founded Walsingham Partners with Christopher Parker Burrows.[4]


A Document by Christopher Steele

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Trump-Intelligence-Allegations.pdfdossierJanuary 2017Russia
Donald Trump
US/2016 Presidential Election
A dossier of evidence purporting to demonstrate that Donald Trump and his transition team members have a history of improper contact with the Russian government and that Russian Intelligence collected substantial compromising information on Trump during his Russian business trips.


Related Quotations

OffGuardian“The BBC’s new drama “The Salisbury Poisonings” concluded over the weekend. A three-part story “based on actual events”, claiming to tell the story of the alleged poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury in 2018. It’s exactly what you’d expect. Schlocky tat. Poorly researched, badly written and woefully factually inaccurate. The Guardian gave it four stars. Because of course they did. Because when you’re dealing with government-backed narrative everything that reinforces it must be described as having value. It’s one of the hallmarks of propaganda, that no story which supports the propaganda – however ridiculous – can ever be questioned, criticised or disputed. There’s room for an in-depth review, and indeed Craig Murray has done a fine job deconstructing the series. But here, I just want to focus on everything they don’t tell you.”OffGuardian19 June 2020
Orbis Business Intelligence“The @Telegraph story claiming a link between Sergei #Skripal and Christopher Steele's company Orbis is wrong, I understand. Skripal had nothing to do with Trump dossier. Skripal had nothing to do with Trump dossier.”Luke Harding2018


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