Spectacular USA with the “Russian case” Robert Mueller is investigating the possible involvement of a former adviser to the us President Donald trump on national security Michael Flynn receivable from hackers, stolen e-mails Hillary Clinton. According to The Wall Street Journal.
The newspaper notes that the search for the stolen data hackers has organized a Republican party activist Peter Smith. To do this, before the presidential elections, held in the fall of 2016, the entrepreneur formed a group of technical experts, reports TASS.
While Smith said that Flynn was helping him find the correspondence, which was perceived as an activist, might contain incriminating evidence. He also noted that led this activity as a private person and was not associated with his campaign trump. In the end, the owner allegedly failed to make contact with five groups of cyberjammies who allege they have emails of the former Secretary of state.
Now Mueller is investigating whether Flynn was involved in the attempts to get kidnapped.
Earlier it was reported that spectacular on the “Russian case” was convened in Washington a Grand jury to investigate the allegations about the “Russian interference in the elections.” The subject of the meeting will be in June 2016 with the participation of the son of trump, his son-in-law and a Russian lawyer.
Before this, the US President said that the investigation will confirm the absence of collusion between his presidential campaign and a foreign power. He later described the situation as “a witch hunt”.
The General-the Lieutenant in resignation, Michael Flynn was the national security adviser of the US President from 20 January to 13 February 2017. He resigned amid charges that do not fully disclose the content of their conversations with the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak.
Moscow has repeatedly accused of meddling in the US presidential election. In particular, in January was published the declassified version of the report of the intelligence services, which asserted that the hackers who attacked American computer systems during the election campaign, are the Russian authorities, who thus allegedly wanted to influence the political process in the country.