Yekaterinburg hacker Konstantin Kozlovsky, who is accused of stealing billions of rubles from Bank accounts, which the Moscow city court left under arrest until may 18, 2018, made a sensational statement that was working for the Federal security service (FSB) of Russia and is ready publicly to prove the involvement of Russian special services to hacking servers of the US Democratic party and personal email accounts of the democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Russia’s intervention in presidential elections in the United States in 2016, thanks to which the victory was won by Republican candidate Donald trump.
At the court session kibermaster said that it has developed a special program for LDCS, which influenced the results on the day of voting in the presidential election in the United States, the “Rain”.
“My detention is because I acknowledge the attack on the Democratic party of the United States, WADA (World anti-doping Agency), the Olympic Committee and is ready to prove it, if I give a lawyer who along with the injured party or the IT specialist will be able to establish these facts. Also I am ready to confirm the relationship of the Russian authorities with hacker groups and Fancy bear Cozy bear,” said Kozlowski in the courtroom.
Kozlowski also argues that allegedly acted on the orders of the former major of FSB Dmitry Dokuchaev, who have been dismissed from the security services and arrested on charges of treason. Dokuchaev himself informed through his lawyers has denied cooperation with Kozlowski. Details of the investigation of his case is classified.
The hacker also said that he “cracked a very serious military US businesses and other organizations”.
Russian officials have repeatedly and strongly denied any possibility of Moscow’s interference in the US presidential election.
Russian President Vladimir Putin during a brief informal meeting with his American counterpart Donald trump at the APEC summit in Vietnam touched on the subject of the alleged interference of Moscow in the U.S. presidential election in 2016.
As reported the press Secretary of the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov, “trump really raised the issue of the so-called intervention.” Answering the question, Putin, according to Peskov, “categorically rejected even the hypothetical possibility” of such.
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