Agalarovy asking the court to reject U.S. charges of interference in elections trump
MOSCOW, Dec 7 — RAPSI. Businessman Aras Agalarov and his son Emin went to court in the US with a motion to dismiss the claim of the National Committee of the US Democratic party with accusations of hacking into its computers and theft of electronic data during the presidential election.
According to agalarovyh not complied with certain requirements under U.S. law “On corrupt and under the influence of organized criminal groups in organizations” (RICO) referenced by the Committee are referred to in the application made to the Federal court for the southern district of new York.
Approval agalarovyh national Committee, in particular, has not led any evidence of any connection between their actions and the alleged conspiracy, at the same time in the statement of claim does not say a word about what they might know about the alleged conspiracy or was he in any way involved.
Also in the statement of claim says nothing about the fact that the alleged contacts agalarovyh with the electoral headquarters of Donald trump, at that time candidate for U.S. President, had any relation to “hacking” or any other unlawful activity under RICO, the petition said.
The inclusion agalarovyh along with several other persons and the authorities of the Russian Federation in the number of defendants on the claim based solely on the fact that they live in Russia and had contact with trump and his campaign staff said the petition.
Along with the above, Agalarovy also believe that the court in new York could not consider the statement of the National Committee of the Democratic party in their relationship because they do not live in the US and not lead this country any cases.
Due to these reasons, the petition said, Agalarovy asking the court to dismiss the action against them.
17 may 2017 spectaculorum in the case of Russian interference in presidential elections was appointed Robert Mueller.
Robert Swan Mueller III, a Princeton graduate, a Vietnam veteran. Worked in high positions in the U.S. Department of justice, was a Federal Prosecutor in San Francisco, from 2001 to 2013 he headed the FBI.
By Paul Manafort, an employee, head of the election headquarters of Donald trump (March to August 2016). In October 2017 and February 2018 charged with conspiracy, violating U.S. law on foreign agents, making false statements, concealing information about accounts in foreign banks financial crimes (a total of 37 bases).
All charges related to his work as a political strategist for former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and “Party of regions”. His guilt on any of the charges not admitted, from October 2017, is under house arrest.
Rick gates, a longtime business partner Paul Manafort, an employee of the election headquarters of the President of trump in 2016. Was charged with the same crime that by Paul Manafort, and placed under house arrest.
23 February 2018 pleaded guilty to perjury and conspiracy against the United States, agreed to the plea deal. In exchange, the investigation cleared him of several other charges (Bank fraud, tax evasion).
George Papadopoulos, Advisor to the election campaign of Donald trump on foreign policy issues. Arrested in July 2017, pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about contacts with the Russians and agreed to cooperate.
According to investigators, he tried to organize a meeting with the Russian authorities through an unnamed London Professor and the woman believed a relative of President Vladimir Putin. Also told an Australian diplomat that Russian has “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the form of “thousands of emails”. According to media reports, these data gave rise to the start of the investigation against Donald trump.
Michael Flynn, adviser to the President of the trump national security (January – February 2017). Left the post when the media confronted him with misinformation regarding conversations with the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak.
As it turned out, in December 2016, before joining Donald trump in the position of adviser of Russian Ambassador asked the Kremlin not to take retaliatory measures against the sanctions imposed last administration of Barack Obama. In December 2017 after being formally charged with perjury, pleaded guilty and made a deal with the investigation.
Alex van der Zwaan, a London lawyer, son of co-owner of “Alfa Group” German Khan. In February 2018, pleaded guilty to making false statements to the Commission Mueller about his connection to Rick gates, as well as the deletion of e-mails that were interested in the result.
The prosecution related to his work at the Ministry of justice of Ukraine during the presidency of Yanukovych. In April 2018 sentenced to 30 days in prison and a fine of $20 thousand
Richard Pinedo, owner of the online service Auction Essistance, selling the numbers of the Bank accounts registered with stolen identities. Pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate with the investigation.
As it turned out, among his clients were Russians, accused of meddling in American elections.
Constantine kilimnik, former Deputy Director of the Russian branch of the International Republican Institute, a business partner of Paul Manafort.
8 Jun 2018 year Kilimnik was charged with obstruction of justice and conspiracy. Spectacular Mueller argues that, together with Manafort he tried to influence witnesses in the “Russian case”.
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13 Russians and 3 Russian companies in February 2018 charged with conspiracy against the United States to interfere in the American elections. In the list of defendants included the businessman and restaurateur Eugene Prigogine (pictured) and 12 employees “of the Agency’s Internet research”, funded by the companies and Concord Management Concord Catering.
According to the team of spectacular Mueller, Agency staff have been working in social networks, creating fake accounts of US citizens, buying political advertising, organizing rallies.
12 alleged employees of the Main Directorate of the Russian General staff (GRU) in July 2018 charged with conspiracy to commit interference in elections. According to investigators, they were behind cyber attacks on the resources of the Democratic party and disseminating the information.
In the indictment appear the names of the alleged hackers, their positions in specific parts of the Russian military intelligence, aliases, and other details of the operation.