Mueller indicts 13 Russians, 3 Russian entities for meddling in US election

Special investigator Robert Mueller has indicted 13 Russians and three Russian companies on 8 criminal counts of interfering in the 2016 US presidential election. US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who made the announcement Friday, stressed that “no Americans had knowledge of the Russian conspiracy” that was hatched in 2014 and involved five dozen Russians.  The criminal counts include conspiracy to defraud the American voter, wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. Its object was to “sow discord and undermine confidence in the democratic system,” by means of “information warfare.” After the election, the Russian conspirators, posing as “grass roots Americans,” staged rallies both in support of and against the president elect. There is no indication, said Rosenstein, that Russian meddling affected the outcome of the election.

“The Internet Research Agency,” one of the three indicted companies, operated from St. Petersburg, Yevgeny Viktorovich Prigozhin, nicknamed “Putin’s chef,” is one of the individuals facing criminal charges in the case.

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10 thoughts on “Mueller indicts 13 Russians, 3 Russian entities for meddling in US election

  • Feb 16, 2018 @ 22:35 at 22:35
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    They cannot indict anyone on any warrant . This only could be done by Attorney General , and not some faiget jew by name Rosenstein.

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    • Feb 16, 2018 @ 22:49 at 22:49
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      Your hatred toward Jews is boiling over. You get little support and it frustrates you so much that it interferes with your ability to comprehend how the American justice system works. Jews contributed enormously to the entire world in so many fields. Go and study and educate yourself you ignorant evil soul. Check out their numbers amongst Noble Prize winners as an example!

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      • Feb 16, 2018 @ 23:08 at 23:08
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        But, but, but, Iran has recently invented very clever ways to get mental defectives to blow themselves up in pizza parlors, and their political and religious leadership worships a little boy hiding in the bottom of a well. What a glorious, high-minded culture!

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      • Feb 17, 2018 @ 1:10 at 1:10
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        Yes you have contributed to the world by stealing everything from it ; Its a contribution . Why thieves , the biggest of them are mostly jews ? Indictment —– check with me in around 6 month , same American faigets will get you all killed .

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        • Feb 17, 2018 @ 1:34 at 1:34
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          Did Thomas Edison steal, or contribute? How about Jonas Salk?Fact is, America, and American ingenuity has done more to advance human well being in the last 150 years than any country ever to exist. Iran, on the other hand, has done nothing for 500 years, except recently refining methods of inducing IQ imbeciles to blow themselves up. Try a toothbrush, some soap, and deodorant for starters 3rd World, sh*t talking cockroach.

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  • Feb 17, 2018 @ 0:47 at 0:47
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    Although the Russians are a world-class nuisance, the influence of the Russians’ agitprop-cum- interference, is wildly exaggerated by the old warhorses and apparatchiks of US politics, who hate any competition their efforts to ruthlessly and cynically commandeer the democratic process of the US’ democracy 🙂 The biggest problem for Hillary Clinton — regardless of the fact that she was/is generally unlikable — was the intervention of the FBI’s James Comey, over her private e-mail server, at such a late stage in her, frankly risible, campaign. So frankly risible, one wonders if her campaign could even be classed as a campaign.

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    • Feb 17, 2018 @ 8:59 at 8:59
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      The best laugh I get is watching the Youtube of Election Night coverage of NBC, BSNBC, CNN, BBC and seeing the talking heads in SHOCK and AWE and TEARS when they realize that Donald Trump won the election.

      https://youtu.be/1z6VfcvMVig?t=749

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  • Feb 17, 2018 @ 3:43 at 3:43
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    If as the Deputy Attorney General says, “no Americans had knowledge of the Russian conspiracy”, the case for “collusion” looks not quite as strong as previously portrayed by Trump haters.

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  • Feb 17, 2018 @ 5:14 at 5:14
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    Russian leaders still act like the Communists they used to be – they can’t t seem to find a purpose in the world and the Chinese are now their superiors in every venture.

    The American and western media in general are acting more like Pravda these past few years than a free and fair press. They represent and actually create and manufacture lies along with the leftists they always side with and support.

    Trump comes out looking good and maybe this will put the shameful shadow government which formed from the debris of the Obama administration to rest for a while.

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  • Feb 17, 2018 @ 10:59 at 10:59
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    there is no way this will hold up in court any sain judge will tell the muller queers to bugger off to muller this is about advancing a narrative and NOTHING more

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