Michael Sanchez refused on Wednesday to provide CNN with commentary on the record of whether he is a fraudster. Earlier, he denied the Washington Post playing a role in leaking details of relations between Bezos and his sister, and told New York Post that he would not respond to such claims.
A spokeswoman for AMI told CNN on Wednesday that the company "refused to comment on the sources."
Suggestions about whether Trump or Saudi Arabia may have played a role in unlinking were unjustified as Bezos first made them a blog post last week detailing their interactions with the National Commission.
In the blog post, Bezos waved in detail in front of the reader, mentioning Trump and Saudi Arabia.
Bezzos writes that his ownership of the Washington Post, which has critically covered Trump and the government of Saudi Arabia, is "complicated" for him.
In fact, Bezos suggested – though not responding – that the Saudis or Trump, or perhaps both of them, may have played a role in uncovering his relationship with the National Judge.
But six days later, Bezos did not provide any evidence to support these ideas. And while it has provided emails in support of its allegations of blackmail, the lack of evidence for other blasting proposals has only increased interest in the issue.
"The US media did not have, nor did they have any editorial or financial ties with Saudi Arabia," a CNN spokesman told CNN earlier this week in response to questions.
Responding to the idea that Enquirer's investigation was somehow dictated by Saudis or AMI's desire to have a connection with Saudi Arabia, the current senior management at AMI told CNN on Wednesday: Saudi has never given any money to the Enquirer.
While De Becker said he had handed this information to Bezos' lawyers, he refused to disclose to the public details of the investigation he had made. The Daily Beast reported that it had examined documents related to the investigation, but it is unclear whether the documents are from de Becker's investigation.
De Becker did not provide CNN with commentary on the records, despite numerous demands. A representative of Amazon also refused to comment, noting that the questions are not related to the company. Bezos has no other known speakers to represent him.
Among the questions CNN asked de Becker and the Amazon spokesperson were: Why did Bezos mention Saudi Arabia and Trump in his blog? What are the findings of De Becker's investigation? Will Bezos share with the public information about De Becker's investigation?
On his first blog on Thursday in the Bezos blog, he shared an email from Dylan Howard, the chief content officer. In this email Howard told the various pictures he said the tabloid "was received during our news gathering." These photos included what Howard described as "under the belt of a belt" – otherwise colloquially known as "picking" "and other pictures of Lauren Sanchez and Bezos.
Michael Sanchez insists on CNN on Tuesday – before announcing CNN that he was the original source of the National Councilor – that he was told his investigation had "cleared" any "involvement" associated with photos of the genitals of Bezos. He said he was provided with the information from a third party who was aware of the investigation and that he was not directly informed that he had been heard by the investigators.
"I was told the Amazon investigation has found that I have not participated in the drainage of d * ck since I never had access to d * ck photos," he told CNN.
On Tuesday, Michael Sanchez also casts doubt on the severity of De Becker's investigation, telling CNN that during the investigation, De Becker "never wanted to look at his phone, laptop or notes," or "has identified himself as an investigator." He assumed that Bezos' suggestion that the Saudis or Trump had probably played a role in leaking text messages to the National Counselor was an attempt to distract him.