Special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment Friday of 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking the Democratic National Committee and other liberal targets establishes a vivid timeline of how Moscow used a range of digital intrusion techniques to interfere in the 2016 election.
The indictment spells out not only who the hackers were, but what techniques they used to breach and maintain a foothold in the computer systems of the DNC and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. It also details precisely how Russia used cryptocurrencies to fund its operations — underscoring how deeply the U.S. intelligence community has managed to delve after the fact into the 2016 meddling operation.
The charges also lay out the hackers’ interactions with an array of Americans, including journalists, an unnamed congressional candidate and “a person who was in regular contact with senior members” of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Read the full article: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/07/13/mueller-russia-hacks-timeline-686521
Imagine this …
Two guys are playing an online computer game. They get angry with each other. One guy threatens to have the other swatted, that is, he will make a false report to the police so they will show up ready to kill. The other guy dares him to and gives him a fake address.
The guy who threatened the swatting contacts another guy in California who is ruthless, has a history of making false police reports and bomb threats, and takes pride in doing it. The swatter who is in California, makes a false police report to Wichita, Kansas.
It ends with an innocent 28-year old father being killed. His children no longer have a father.
Now, don’t imagine it. It is true.
Tyler Barris in Court
Tyler Barris was the swatter. On December 28, 2017, he made a false police report that he was in the house…
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Federal Grand Jury Indicts 13 Russian Nationals and 3 Russian Entities For Interfering With U.S. elections
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A federal grand jury indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities accused of interfering with U.S. elections and political processes, U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office said on Friday. In a court document, the U.S. government said Russian entities began interfering in U.S. political processes, including the 2016 presidential election, as […]
You can read the indictment at this link.
Sixteen people, including four who are still at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, have been indicted by a federal grand jury. They have all been charged with felony conspiracy. The charge is for using intimidation to prevent federal officers from doing their work at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, threatening violence against federal authorities, and using social media to urge others to join them. The federal charge carries a maximum sentence of six years in prison
Named defendants include standoff leader Ammon Bundy , and Kenneth Medenbach, who was arrested after being caught driving a government vehicle to a supermarket. The four remaining domestic terrorists are: David Fry, 27, of Blanchester, Ohio; Jeff Banta, 46, of Elko, Nevada; and Sean Anderson, 48, and Sandy Anderson, 47, from Riggins, Idaho. Sean and Sandy Anderson are a married couple.
The standoff began Jan. 2, 2016, with the group demanding the federal government turn public lands over to local control and free two ranchers imprisoned for setting fires.
Federal documents allege that once the occupation began, the group brandished firearms to keep officials from carrying out their duties, threatened violence and intimidated locals “to effectuate the goals of the conspiracy.”
Strained tensions in the Burn, Oregon community increased with the death of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum on January 26, 2016. His death led to protests this week by those supporting the trespassers, while local residents rallied to urge the 4 holdouts to leave.
Please watch the following video for a bit of history into the Bundy Ranch and their Sovereign Citizen beliefs.