FBI has a problem on proving Russian hacking?

Consortium News:
FBI Never Saw CrowdStrike Unredacted or Final Report on Alleged Russian Hacking Because None was Produced
While Mueller charged several Russians with hacking, it was not a charge he ever expected to prosecute because he knew the Russians would not extradite the accused.  Therefore he would not have to give up the sources and methods used to discover their hack.  The information on Crowdstrike came to light in the discovery process by Roger Stone's attorneys.  The government says the information is not relevant to Stone's alleged crimes of obstruction and giving false statements.  However, it does make the government case weaker if they can't prove the underlying crime happened.


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