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Russia Hacking the Democratic National Committee

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Glenda Blanche
Dr. Gibson
Homeland Security
October 10, 2016

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The Obama administration blamed Russia for hacking political organizations, including the Democratic National Committee, and leaking private communications to the public. The Obama administration said that Russia was trying to influence the election by doing this. Homeland security said they were confident that these hacks came from Russia by the techniques that were used. I do not believe these accusations; I beg to differ.
I cannot take the word of the Obama administration because how can they possibly tell that the hacks came from Russia, and that Russian techniques were used. If this were the case wouldn't they be able to tell exactly where the hack came from and find the exact person ...

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