Prosecutors at the Department of Justice have reportedly identified at least six members of the Russian government who were involved in hacking computers at the Democratic National Committee. The suspects allegedly grabbed sensitive information and then publicized it during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, The Wall Street Journal reports. Agents and prosecutors could bring charges against those six officials as early as 2018. Such a case would provide the clearest picture to date of the hacking that arguably swayed the election toward President Trump.
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