Michael Sanchez declined on Wednesday to give CNN a record report on whether he was the leader. Previously, he had withheld the Washington Post from playing a role in searching details of the relationship between Bezos and his sister, and told the New York Post that he would not acknowledge such allegations with an answer.
A representative of AMI told CNN on Wednesday that the company "does not comment on sources".
The proposals as to whether Trump or Saudi Arabia may have played a role in uncovering the relationship are unfounded since Bezos featured in a blog post last week detailing his interactions with the National Enquirer.
In the blog post Bezos dangled in front of the reader with tantalizing details and mentioned both Trump and Saudi Arabia.
Bezos wrote that his ownership of the Washington Post, which had critically treated both Trump and the Saudi Arabian government, was a "complainer" to him.
In fact, Bezos suggested, although he did not say directly, that the Saudis or Trump, or perhaps both, might have played a role in exposing his relationship with the National Enquirer.
Six days later, Bezos has provided no evidence to support these ideas. Although he made e-mails available to support his blackmail allegations, but the lack of evidence for the other explosive proposals has only increased the interest in the matter.
"American Media has no editorial or financial relationship with Saudi Arabia," a company spokesman told CNN earlier this week when he answered questions on this topic.
Given the idea that the Enquirer's investigation was in some way prompted by the Saudis or AMI's desire to connect to the Saudis, a senior senior AMI official told CNN on Wednesday: "We all laugh that It has become a thing because it is a year old, Saudi has never given money to the Enquirer. "
While De Becker said that he had shared this information with Bezo's lawyers, he refused to give details of the results of his investigation to the public. The Daily Beast reported that it had reviewed documents related to the investigation, but it was not clear whether the documents came from Becker's investigation.
Despite multiple requests, De Becker has not sent CNN a comment on the record. A representative from Amazon also declined to comment. He found that the questions did not concern the company. Bezos has no other known speakers to represent him.
Among the questions CNN asked were de Becker and the Amazon spokesperson: why did Bezos mention the Saudis and Trump in his blog post? What were the results of the investigation of de Becker? Will Bezos ever share information about De Becker's investigation with the public?
In his first blog post by Bezos on Thursday, he emailed Dylan Howard, Chief Content Officer of the National Enquirer. Howard described in this email the various photos he said the tabloid was receiving "during our news gathering." These photos included what Howard referred to as a selfie under the belt (otherwise colloquially referred to as a "d * ck pick") and other explicit photos by Lauren Sanchez and Bezos.
Michael Sanchez insisted on CNN on Tuesday – before CNN reported that he was the original source of the National Enquirer – he was told that the investigation "freed him from involvement" in connection with photos of Bezo's "genitals". He said that the information was provided to him by a third party with knowledge of the investigation and that he had not been informed directly that he had been released by investigators.
"I was told that the Amazon investigation showed that I was not involved in the leakage of the D * ck images because I never had access to any D * ck images," he told CNN.
Michael Sanchez also expressed doubts on the accuracy of De Becker's investigation on Tuesday. He told CNN that De Becker had "never asked for my phone, laptop or notes during the investigation" or "identified himself as an investigator." He suggested that Bezos' proposal that the Saudis or Trump could potentially play a role in leaching the text messages to the National Enquirer was an attempt to distract.