13 Russians Charged in Mueller Investigation

A federal grand jury investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election on Friday indicted 13 Russian nationals including 12 employees of a St. Petersburg, Russia-based company that carries out online influence operations on behalf of Moscow.

The indictment alleges that Internet Research Agency, a propaganda outfit tied to the Kremlin, engaged “in operations to interfere with elections and political processes” during the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.

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2 Thoughts to “13 Russians Charged in Mueller Investigation”

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  2. Brian McMurphy

    I was hoping for a double nothingburger with cheese but this is just a plain, ole dry nothingburger on slices of white bread.

    Great expenditure of millions of dollars to find some Twitter trolls who didn’t influence anything.

    Merry Fitzmas, again.

    Of course, the goal of all this was just to hinder Trump enacting his agenda. Attempting to rip the country apart and attempt to discredit the election result did more damage than any Russian internet trolls ever did.