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FBI: Email Hack Goes Way Beyond the DNC

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The investigation into the hacked emails of the DNC has taken an unfortunate turn for the worse as far as democrats are concerned.  The FBI testified before congress that the hacking went far beyond the DNC and may include all party members and democratic organizations.  The FBI said there was no evidence pointing to hacked email accounts for members of congress or their staff.  The Boston Globe reported that the main targets of the hack were private accounts of Clinton campaign officials, Democratic party officials, and Democratic party organizations.

Considering the juicy tidbits from the emails released by Wikileaks prior to the democratic convention that led to the dumping of Debbie Wasserman Schultzs.  Judging by how careless the DNC was in their emails, if the FBI is correct there’s no telling what future emails will reveal.

From The Daily Caller:

WikiLeaks, the group that released the DNC emails, recently offered a $20,000 reward for information on the death of a DNC staff member, Seth Rich, who was shot to death outside his Washington, D.C., home July 10.

News that WikiLeaks is offering an award raised questions that he may have been connected to the hacked emails, but Washington, D.C., police have said that there is no evidence that his death was connected to the DNC hack.

The victim’s mother told NBC Washington that police initially told her that her son may have been the victim of an attempted robbery. Police later backtracked on that theory, with the New York Daily News quoting police as saying that, “there is no immediate indication that robbery was a motive in this attack.” The victim’s body showed signs of a significant struggle, and the assailants did not take his watch, wallet, phone or credit cards.

 

 

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