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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The FBI Director is in no hurry to accuse Russia of hacking attacks on the US

The Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation James Komi Republic decided not to jump to conclusions about who is behind the cyber attacks on various official agencies, the recent increase in the United States. According to Komi, the Democrats should not deploy an accusatory campaign against Russia shortly before the presidential election, making the Kremlin is guilty of all “mortal sins,” and in this way gaining extra votes.

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Informed sources close to the leadership of the Bureau, reported that the FBI Director has exercised caution in order to “Cybertrust” were not just a PR move of the Democratic party that enables the use of unsubstantiated accusations to foment anti-Russian sentiment and earn the candidate from the party of Hillary Clinton additional “points”. However, if such statements took place, they were made of Komi in private and were not official statements, reports CNBC.

In particular, according to the sources, the Director talked about the need to refrain from accusations of Russia in the organization of hacker attacks on the servers of the US Democratic party due to the fact that it can influence the election campaign in the United States.

“The General election is too little time that the Bureau could accuse Russia of meddling in the election campaign… it is Better to be limited to the wording: “another state tried to undermine the elections,” and not to mention unproven Russia, so as not to affect the outcome of the vote” – quoted a source words of the Komi Republic, adding that such caution is the head of the FBI has surprised many members of the government.


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