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Justice Department considers charging Russians for hacking: report
Enough proof has been badembled to cost the suspects and a case could possibly be introduced subsequent 12 months, ‘the WSJ’ mentioned.
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The Department of Homeland Security knowledgeable 21 states Russian hackers tried to entry their voting programs throughout the 2016 election.
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The Justice Department has recognized greater than six members of the Russian authorities concerned within the hacking of Democratic National Committee’s computer systems throughout the 2016 presidential election, the Wall Street Journal stories.
Enough proof has been badembled to cost the suspects and a case could possibly be introduced subsequent 12 months, the WSJ mentioned, citing individuals acquainted with the investigation.
The report couldn’t instantly be verified by USA TODAY.
On Monday, it emerged that Trump marketing campaign official George Papadopoulos was briefed early final 12 months that the Russians had “dirt” on Clinton, together with “thousands of emails.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, mentioned claims that Russia interfered within the election have been “unfounded.”
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