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Wikileaks has published part of the correspondence of John Podestà — the head of election campaign of Hillary Clinton. In early October, founder of the website Julian Assange announced the publication relating to elections in the US secret documents
Wikileaks has published part of the correspondence of the head of election campaign of the candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton John Podestà.
As noted in the message on the portal, published the first package of a series of publications correspondence. It contains 2060 electronic communications and 170 attached files.
The letters relate to matters of nuclear power, as well as publications in the media about donations to the Clinton Foundation, which were made by persons “having interests in the mining and nuclear industries,” said Wikileaks.
In early October, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange promised the next 10 weeks poblikovati relating to elections in the US secret documents. In total will be issued about 1 million documents at the end of the year, he said.
This summer on the national Committee of the US Democratic party had committed a cyber attack, after which, on 22 July, WikiLeaks published letters and documents related to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. They had discovered the conspiracy of the employees against the former member of the presidential race Bernie Sanders that led to the resignation of the head of the national Committee of the democratic party.
Democrats blamed the hacking on Russia. Assange has denied these data. “This [attacks by Russian hackers on the server of the Democratic party of the USA] there is no evidence. We do not disclose our sources, and, of course, is a distraction that encourages the election campaign of Hillary Clinton,” said Assange.
Earlier on Friday, October 7, the administration of US President Barack Obama has formally accused the Russian authorities in the cyber attacks on the democratic party of the United States. The aim of the Moscow Washington called “interference in the election process in the United States.” The Kremlin has called those allegations “nonsense”.
In an interview with Bloomberg in September, President Vladimir Putin said that allegations of Russian involvement in hacking attacks not true. According to him, cybercriminals often disguise “their activities with the activities of any other kind of hackers from other areas, from other countries.”