Boyle wrote about the latest developments for Breitbart on Tuesday and included the following passage about his reporting for the original story, which was published by the Daily Caller:
In discussions with a wide array of sources in reporting on the story, there were no indications that they were connected to or working for the Cuban government. Additionally, an anonymous tipster who called himself “Pete Williams,” whose identity remains unknown and the Post story says was actually the creation of Cuba's Directorate of Intelligence, was not a source for the original story and never provided non-public information to this reporter.
Last year, Boyle defended his reporting to the Washington Post's Erik Wemple. “I talked to two of the prostitutes," he told Wemple at the time. "I saw their faces, I heard their voices."