HERO Who Deactivated Trump’s Twitter Account Reveals His Identity


The former Twitter employee , Bahtiyar Duysak who deactivated President Donald Trump‘s Twitter account in early November is coming forward and is revealing his identity.

“In my opinion, it was definitely a mistake and if I am involved with this, I really apologize if I hurt anyone,” he said. “I didn’t do anything on purpose but as I said, I had a wild time in America and I was tired sometimes and everyone can do mistakes.”

As a contractor for Twitter, Duysak was working customer support as part of the Trust and Safety division, which deals with reports of bad behavior or Twitter violations.

Duysak – who is a German citizen and was in the US on a student work visa  – said the error must have been due to a mistake he made, but that he believed it was all due to “a number of coincidences… very little probabilities which randomly occurred on my last day of work.”

He continued, “I didn’t hack anyone. I didn’t do anything I wasn’t authorized to do… I didn’t do any crime. I just want to continue an ordinary life.”

“I didn’t do any crime or anything evil, but I feel like Pablo Escobar,” he told the publication from his hometown in  Germany, “and slowly it’s getting really annoying.”

Duysak said he is not looking to work in the tech field in the future, “But I love Twitter and I love America.”



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