Kremlin Insider Extradited to U.S. Reportedly Has Documents on Democratic Party Hack, Other GDR Operations
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Vladislav Klyushin, who was extradited from Switzerland to the U.S. on December 18 to face charges he illegally made tens of millions of dollars trading on hacked corporate-earnings information, is a Kremlin insider who has access to documents relating to Russia’s campaign to hack Democratic Party servers during the 2016 U.S. election, sources say.
This cache would provide the U.S. for the first time with detailed documentary evidence of the alleged Russian efforts to influence the election. Three sources believe that Klyushin has access to secret records of other high-level GRU operations abroad because his IT firm, M-24, worked with the Russian government’s top echelons. The sources say U.S. and U.K. spy agencies approached Klyushin in the two years before his exit from Russia and that he received heightened levels of security in Switzerland. (H…
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