Cyber-security experts release damning report: Why the DNC was not hacked by the Russians

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Investigation by cyber-security and intelligence experts William Binney and Larry Johnson The FBI, CIA and NSA claim that the DNC emails published by WIKILEAKS on July 26, 2016 were obtained via a Russian hack, but more than three years after the alleged “hack” no forensic evidence has been produced to support that claim. In fact, the available forensic evidence contradicts the official account that blames the leak of the DNC emails on a Russian internet “intrusion”. The existing evidence supports an alternative explanation – the files taken from the DNC on between 23 and 25 May 2016 and were copied onto a file storage device, such as a thumb drive. If the Russians actually had conducted an internet based hack of the DNC computer network then the evidence of such an attack would have been collected and stored by the National Security Agency. The technical systems to accomplish this task have been in place since 2002. The NSA had an opportunity to make it clear that there was…

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