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Putin e-mails hacked; prove he invaded Ukraine

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Well isn't that something. As if there was any doubt.

Sorry republicans, you can just skip this thread if you want.

A Ukrainian group calling itself Cyber Hunta has released more than a gigabyte of emails and other material from the office of one of Vladimir Putin's top aides, Vladislav Surkov, that show Russia's fingerprints all over the separatist movement in Ukraine.

While the Kremlin has denied the relationship between Moscow and the separatists, the emails show in great detail how Russia controlled virtually every detail of the separatist effort in the Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine, which has torn the country apart and led to a Russian takeover of Crimea.

And unlike the reported Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee, the Ukrainian hack reached deep into the office of the Russian president.

"This is a serious hack," said Maks Czuperski, head of the Digital Forensic Research Lab of the Atlantic Council (DFRL), which has searched through the email dump and placed selected emails on-line.



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Well isn't that something. As if there was any doubt.

Sorry republicans, you can just skip this thread if you want.

A Ukrainian group calling itself Cyber Hunta has released more than a gigabyte of emails and other material from the office of one of Vladimir Putin's top aides, Vladislav Surkov, that show Russia's fingerprints all over the separatist movement in Ukraine.

While the Kremlin has denied the relationship between Moscow and the separatists, the emails show in great detail how Russia controlled virtually every detail of the separatist effort in the Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine, which has torn the country apart and led to a Russian takeover of Crimea.

And unlike the reported Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee, the Ukrainian hack reached deep into the office of the Russian president.

"This is a serious hack," said Maks Czuperski, head of the Digital Forensic Research Lab of the Atlantic Council (DFRL), which has searched through the email dump and placed selected emails on-line.



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Payback? Russia gets hacked, revealing top Putin aide's secrets

Thank you! Very interesting...
 

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Knew that. He did it because he figured out obuthole is too big a pussy to do anything about it.
 

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Well isn't that something. As if there was any doubt.

Sorry republicans, you can just skip this thread if you want.

A Ukrainian group calling itself Cyber Hunta has released more than a gigabyte of emails and other material from the office of one of Vladimir Putin's top aides, Vladislav Surkov, that show Russia's fingerprints all over the separatist movement in Ukraine.

While the Kremlin has denied the relationship between Moscow and the separatists, the emails show in great detail how Russia controlled virtually every detail of the separatist effort in the Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine, which has torn the country apart and led to a Russian takeover of Crimea.

And unlike the reported Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee, the Ukrainian hack reached deep into the office of the Russian president.

"This is a serious hack," said Maks Czuperski, head of the Digital Forensic Research Lab of the Atlantic Council (DFRL), which has searched through the email dump and placed selected emails on-line.



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Payback? Russia gets hacked, revealing top Putin aide's secrets

Well you could knock me down with a feather!

Who knew???

Any old emails on 'Pussy Riot?'
 
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Confirms what was evident, Russia was instrumental in the war in Ukraine. Putin wants to reform the old Soviet Union and it's easy picking on the small countries around Russia. And what a bitch that his hacking of US Govt computers has now come home to roost in his own pc. Tickety tick tock Vlad.
 

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Well isn't that something. As if there was any doubt.

Sorry republicans, you can just skip this thread if you want.

A Ukrainian group calling itself Cyber Hunta has released more than a gigabyte of emails and other material from the office of one of Vladimir Putin's top aides, Vladislav Surkov, that show Russia's fingerprints all over the separatist movement in Ukraine.

While the Kremlin has denied the relationship between Moscow and the separatists, the emails show in great detail how Russia controlled virtually every detail of the separatist effort in the Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine, which has torn the country apart and led to a Russian takeover of Crimea.

And unlike the reported Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee, the Ukrainian hack reached deep into the office of the Russian president.

"This is a serious hack," said Maks Czuperski, head of the Digital Forensic Research Lab of the Atlantic Council (DFRL), which has searched through the email dump and placed selected emails on-line.



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Payback? Russia gets hacked, revealing top Putin aide's secrets

There would have been no drama in the Ukraine had it not been for the globalists like George Soros and the E.U that funded the uprising and the coup d'etat of the duly elected government.. Russia never "invaded" the Ukraine but they did indeed put troops up along the border just like any country would whose ally was taken over by a hostile force. What cracks me up is how the people of Crimea wanted no part of the E.U and decided to cast their lot with Putin (wise move) instead of the criminal cabal that makes up the E.U.........Soros got all "butthurt" over it and went whining to the Barrypuppet that the sweetest plum on the tree (the Crimean peninsula) wasn't going to be under their control? Barrrypuppet acted like a deer caught in headlights because even as stupid as he is? He knows that Russia would and could turn out the lights in America....and I mean literally....not that Barrypuppet cares...it simply isn't the right time. Had Russia invaded the Ukraine for the intent of taking it over, it would have been done in the matter of a few weeks, so I am calling "bullshit".......
 

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