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A 25 page report on joint US intelligence agencies assessment of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election.

Disclaimer (#3)Document.png Report  by DNI dated 6 January 2017
Subjects: Russia, 2016 US presidential election, Hacking
Example of: US Intelligence community assessment
Source: Office of the Director of National Intelligence (Link)


Wikispooks Comment

A follow-up report to File:JAR 16-20296.pdf which was used as the basis for punitive and unfriendly action against Russia and its US diplomats on 29 December 2016. Like its predecessor, its caveats expressly exclude it constituting evidence to 'beyond reasonable doubt' standard.

The following is from a useful summary of the report contents by Tyler Durden of the 'ZeroHedge' financial web site:

The farce is complete. One week after a joint FBI/DHS report was released, supposedly meant to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Russia intervened in the US presidential election, and thus served as a diplomatic basis for Obama's expulsion of 35 diplomats, yet which merely confirmed that a Ukrainian piece of malware which could be purchased by anyone, was responsible for spoofing various email accounts including that of the DNC and John Podesta, moments ago US intelligence agencies released a more "authoritative", 25-page report, titled "Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections", and which not surprisingly only serves to validate the media narrative, by concluding that Russian President Vladimir Putin 'ordered' an effort to influence U.S. presidential election. [1]


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