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An Online Publication of The Anonymous Anything Society - May 29, 2019
PART TWO OF "THE RUSSIAN ATTACK ON OUR DEMOCRACY: THE GRU:"
Page 46 of The Mueller Report: "Beginning in March, 2016, units of the Russian Federations Main Intelligence Directorate of the General staff (GRU) hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton Campaign, including the email account of John Podesta. Starting in April, 2016, the GRU hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The GRU targeted hundreds of email accounts used by Clinton Campaign employees, advisors and volunteers. In total, the GRU stole hundreds of thousands of documents from the compromised email accounts and networks. The GRU later released stolen Clinton Campaign and DNC documents through online personas, "DCLeaks" and "Gueciffer2.0" and later through the organization WikiLeaks. The release of the documents was designed and timed to interfere with the presidential campaign and undermine the Clinton Campaign."
Page 47 of the Mueller Report: "Officers of Unit 74455 (GRU) separately hacked computers belonging to state boards of elections, secretaries of state and companies that supplied software and other technology related to the administration of US elections."
(Of all of the clandestine, illegal actions taken by Russia, this presents the greatest danger to our system of electing persons to administer the offices of our democracy and for us to make choices in public issues such as changes in our constitution. Preventing further intrusion into our automated voting technology present a challenge and a cost that is beyond imagining -Phil Richardson, Editor)
Next: How Russian spies assisted in organizing Trump rallies.
- Phil Richardson, Storyteller and Observer of the Human Condition.
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