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Russia Posted Documents From Mueller Court Case

02 February 2019

Other documents published online and mixed in with the real evidence were "junk material", prosecutors said.

However, five of the six former Trump advisers have pleaded guilty to the charges brought to them by Robert Mueller and are now working with the Special Counsel's investigation. "You are the one who can tell people the truth!"

CNN reported on air that it had contacted the special counsel after receiving such a direct message. Some of the documents were also fraudulently created, seemingly to discredit the Mueller investigation.

However, the government says it has provided Concord with the sensitive documents.

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And Reuters reported that a journalist had received a message from a hacker claiming to have hacked a Russian legal firm that had received the evidence from Concord's United States law firm, Reed Smith LLP.

"We maintain the highest levels of security and protection for all of our systems and their contents". As such, no data was obtained via a breach of Reed Smith systems, and we are confident that Reed Smith systems have not been breached.

The government made the explosive charge in a filing for the case against Concord Management and Consulting, which prosecutors allege was funding an Internet troll factory behind election hacking. Concord has argued that its owner, Prigozhin, should be allowed to review evidence compiled against him and his company.

But the prosecutors have pushed back.

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Wednesday's filing in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia is the latest in a dispute between prosecutors and Concord's American attorneys over how the defense team may share highly sensitive evidence with Concord's Russian corporate officers. "We are still trying to track that down when this indictment came out today and when Josh and Casey started talking publicly about how they had been targeted and how they had been shopped this stuff, that's the first we heard we might have been targeted in this way as well".

The Justice Department points out in its filing Wednesday that "individuals and entities" engaging in the disinformation campaign still haven't been charged in the case.

The Justice Department says the information, if sent to Russian Federation, would be obtained by Yevgeny Prigozhin, who is indicted as a co-conspirator but has not appeared before the court as well as other "unnamed individuals who are outside the jurisdiction of this Court".

The federal judge overseeing the case issued a protective order in June that restricted disclosures of material that the government designated as "sensitive". The evidence also allegedly identifies "sources, methods, and techniques used to identify the foreign actors behind these interference operations".

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Russia Posted Documents From Mueller Court Case