13 Russian WN Countdown US Presidential Election Will Not Prove Anything




Moscow
The Kremlin says the charges of meddling in the election of President of the United States (US presidential election), which is entangled to 13 of its citizens, does not prove anything. The Kremlin emphasized that there was no indication of Russian government involvement in the action.

As reported by Reuters this comment became the first reaction of the Kremlin or the Russian Presidential Palace against criminal charges interfering with presidential elections US federated Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to 13 Russian nationals.

The indictment for 13 Russians was released by special prosecutor Robert Mueller on Friday (16/2) local time. Mueller led an FBI investigation into alleged collusion between Trump's campaign team with Russia to influence the 2016 election results.

Mentioned in the indictment that the Russian organization named Internet Research Agency (IRA) committed an espionage and criminal conspiracy to interfere with presidential elections United States that was held in 2016. The conspiracy aims to catapult US President Donald Trump who was then a Republican presidential candidate and dropped his rival, Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential candidate.

In response to last Saturday (17/12), a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs The Russian state, Maria Zakharova, called the indictment absurd.

The Kremlin party only issued an official response on Monday (18/2) local time. The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, stressed that the US charges were more focused on individuals than on the Russian state. "They are talking about Russian citizens, but we hear an announcement of Washington's allegations about the involvement of the Russian state, the Kremlin and the Russian government." There is no indication that the Russian state could be involved in this, "Peskov said.

" Russia does not interfere, has no habit of interfering in the internal affairs of other countries and is not doing it now, "he added.

The Kremlin has repeatedly denied the allegations said Russia was trying to influence the results of the US presidential election to help Trump become US President. The Kremlin mentioned that such allegations are part of an anti-Russian campaign in the United States.

Peskov also affirmed in his response that the US accusations were unfounded and unjust.

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Kremlin denies intervention in US presidential election 2016

The Kremlin on Monday denied the involvement of the Russian government by interfering with the US presidential election of 2016.

Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters the allegations were unfounded.

The Russian commentary was issued after a special American investigator accused 13 Russian citizens and three Russian legal entities of "illegal information war" to disrupt elections to benefit President Donald Trump.

The indictment by former FBI Director Robert Mueller for Russian interference raised the argument that the Internet Research Agency based in St. Petersburg Petersburg, which has links to the Kremlin, 12 of its employees and financial supporters, masterminded the effort.

The 37-page document charged that the Russians were trying to coordinate their efforts with members of the Trump campaign, but the document did not accuse anyone from the Trump campaign colludes with Russia.

Trump has long insisted that his campaign does not collude with Russia, even as the American intelligence community and now Mueller have concluded that Russia is campaigning widely to intervene in the election to help win the Trump.

The indictment is the first time Mueller's office has charged allegations against Russian citizens and Russian legal entities for intervening in the 2016 presidential election. [gp]

Russian indictment to combine presidential election does not indicate US citizen involvement




Washington DC
The charges of meddling in the US presidential election charged to 13 Russians, did not mention any indication of US citizen involvement. The indictment also does not conclude whether the Russian action has affected the results of the 2016 presidential election.

"There is no indictment in this indictment that any American citizen is a participant who knows this illegal activity," said US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein who represents the Justice Department US in a press conference, as reported AFP Saturday (17/2/2018).

"There is no indictment in the indictment, that the allegations made have affected the outcome of the 2016 election," he added.

The criminal charges for 13 Russians and three Russian companies were released by special prosecutor Robert Mueller led the investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation against alleged collusion between Trump's campaign team and Russia to influence the 2016 election results.

The indictment details Russia's dark operations beginning in 2014 and aims to divide the United States and affect American politics, including the 2016 presidential election. At that time, Trump collided with the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.

In the indictment, Mueller suspects starting in mid-2016, the Russian team directed by Yevgeny Prigozhin – a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin – focused on catapulting Trump and bringing down Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election campaign. Prigozhin, referred to as Putin's 'chef', controls Concord Catering, which funded the Internet Research Agency (IRA) that intervened on the US presidential election.

Allegedly, the IRA team from Russia involved hundreds of people who work in turns with a multi-million dollar budget. According to the indictment, a number of Russian team members are disguised as US citizens on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, and post content that affects 'large numbers' of US citizens.

Russian operations are focused on the 'purple state' in the US, which has many 'swing voters' or voters who have yet to make a choice between Republicans and Democrats.

Mentioned in the indictment that this Russian team could communicate with three members of the Trump campaign team, who were not identified. But it was also mentioned that members of the Trump campaign team were 'not aware' of Russia's intervention at the time. They are also called unaware that those who communicate with them are Russians disguised as US citizens.

In spite of all this, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein emphasized that this Mueller-led investigation is still ongoing and has not reached its end.

(nvc / rna)


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13 Russian WN Indicted to Combat US Election, Trump: No Collusion!




Washington DC
US President Donald Trump commented on charges of meddling in the US presidential election by 13 Russian nationals. Trump made the indictment as evidence that his campaign team did not collude with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.

"Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for president," Trump said via Twitter- @realDonaldTrump as reported by AFP Saturday (17/2/2018). Trump's statement seemed to emphasize the details of the indictment as evidence that his campaign team was not involved in collusive practices with Russia.

"The election results are unaffected, the Trump campaign team is not violating – no collusion!" he added. Trump refers to the charge of indictments that do not indicate the involvement of US citizens, nor does it conclude whether this Russian intervention affects the results of the 2016 presidential election that won Trump.

In the indictment released by special prosecutor Robert Mueller on Friday (16/2), 13 Russian citizens as well as three Russian companies have been running a secret campaign to lead the US presidential election in 2016. The indictment details Russia's dark operations which began in 2014 and aims to divide the United States and affect American politics including the 2016 presidential election.

In a separate statement via the House White, Trump encourages all citizens 'to unite as Americans to protect the integrity of our democracy and elections'.

"We can not let those who attempt to spread chaos, division and hatred, succeed," Trump said in the statement. "It's time we stop partisan attacks, wild and false accusations, and unbelievable theories, which will only serve evil actors' agendas, like Russia, and do nothing to protect our institutional principles," he added.

In the indictment, Mueller suspects starting in mid-2016, the Russian team directed by Yevgeny Prigozhin – a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin – focused on catapulting Trump and dropping Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a US election campaign.

Allegedly, the Russian team involves hundreds of people working in turns with millions of dollars. According to the indictment, a number of Russian team members are disguised as US citizens on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, and post content that affects 'large numbers' of US citizens.

Mentioned in the indictment that this Russian team had time to communicate with some members of the Trump campaign team. But it was mentioned that members of the Trump campaign team were 'unaware of' Russian intervention at the time.

(nvc / rna)


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In addition to Putin's Close People, 12 Russian WN It's Indefinitely Campuri US Election




Washington DC
There are 13 Russian nationals charged with interfering with the US presidential election. One of them is known as a Russian businessman named Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin known as the close man of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In the indictment drafted by Robert Mueller's special prosecutor, it was mentioned that Prigozhin used some of his companies to fund the 2016 presidential intervention operation. Prigozhin has been dubbed the 'Putin chef' by Russian media.

As quoted from the published indictment document CNN Saturday (17/2/2017), there are 13 individuals and three Russian companies who are accused in allegedly interfering in the political process and the US presidential election. The three companies are all located in Russia, namely Internet Research Agency (IRA), Concord Management and Consulting and Concord Catering .

Whereas 13 indicted individuals consisting of Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin, Mikhail Ivanovich Bystrov, Mikhail Leonidovich Burchik aka Mikhail Abramov, Aleksandra Yuryevna Krylova, Anna Vladislavovna Bogacheva, Sergey Pavlovich Polozov, Maria Anatolyevna Bovda aka Maria Anatolyevna Belyaeva, Robert Sergeyevich Bovda, Dzheykhun Nasimi Ogly Aslanov aka Jayhoon Aslanov aka Jay Aslanov, Vadim Vladimirovich Podkopaev, Gleb Igorevich Vasilchenko, Irina Viktorovna Kaverzina and Vladimir Venkov.

The indictment referred to the IRA as a Russian organization involved in election intervention and political process operations. Concord Management and Consulting Concord Catering is a company owned by Prigozhin.

"From or about 2014 up to now, defendants know and deliberately conspire with each other to deceive the United States by disrupting, obstructing and avoiding the functioning of government law through deception and lies for the purpose of interfering in political and election processes of the US, including presidential election 2016, "the indictment read.

 Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin (left) with Vladimir Putin in photos of 2011 Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin (left) with Vladimir Putin in photos of 2011 Photo: REUTERS / Misha Japaridze / Pool / File Photo

A total of 12 other names , in addition to Prigozhin, is called working for the IRA. Some are serving as IRA's General Director, IRA Executive Director, to IRA analysis and staff in charge of posting, monitoring and updating social media content on IRA-controlled accounts. Through this account, IRA teams disguised themselves as US citizens or organizations, after stealing their identities.

Various IRA activities, one of which interfere with the US presidential election, was financed by a company owned by Prigozhin. It was mentioned in the indictment that around September 2016, the IRA's monthly budget included for a US election intervention operation exceeding 73 million rubles of Russia, or equivalent to Rp 17.6 billion.

According to the indictment, 13 defendants were each charged with a conspiracy commit fraud against US. Then three defendants among them, including the IRA, were charged with conspiring to wire fraud and bank fraud. Five defendants, including the IRA, are also charged with identity theft of US citizens.

Wire fraud is a financial fraud using telecommunications or information technology, while bank fraud is a fraud by means of (19459008) Prigozhin has been under US economic sanctions since December 2016, for 'financially helping' senior Russian officials and engaging in 'massive business deals' with the Ministry of Defense Russia. He has a catering company that is widely used in events at the Kremlin. He has denied linked to the IRA.

"Americans are very easily influenced, they see what they want to see, I have great respect for them I am not angry because I am on the list (indictment) If they want to see the devil, let them see it , "he said to the Russian news agency, RIA Novosti .

(nvc / rna)


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