New Zealand entrepreneur Kim Dotcom tweeted that “the DNC hack wasn’t even a hack. It was an insider with a memory stick…”
(Zero Hedge) The gloves are off in the multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) against the Trump campaign, Wikileaks and several other parties including the Russian government, alleging an illegal conspiracy to disrupt the 2016 election in a “brazen attack on American Democracy.”
Many have suggested the lawsuit is a tactical error by the DNC, as it may expose or confirm claims against the organization – such as whether they rigged the primary against Bernie Sanders, the level of coordination between the DNC and the Clinton Campaign, and the details surrounding the funding of the “Steele dossier,” paid for in part by both the Clinton campaign and the DNC.
The defendants – from President Trump, to Wikileaks – and now Roger Stone – are excited at the prospect of examining the DNC servers which cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike determined were victims of Russian hacking in advance of the 2016 elections.
Notably, the DNC would not allow the FBI or anyone else to inspect said servers.
To that end, Stone’s attorneys have slapped the DNC with a notification to preserve evidence related to the case with a “standard pre-discovery notice.”
Discovery is a pre-trial process by which one party can obtain evidence from the opposing party relevant to the case.
“My lawyers and I will demand to examine the DNC’s servers and expose them to real forensic analysis, not merely accepting the claims of the DNC’s paid contractor, to finally extinguish this bogus Russian hacking claim, once and for all…”Original Source…