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3/15/2017
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DoJ Indicts Russian FSB Officers and Cybercriminals in Yahoo Breach

Russian intelligence officials hired renowned cybercriminals to do their bidding in massive hacks that compromised Yahoo, Gmail, and other email accounts of millions of people in the US, Russia, elsewhere.

Former FSB officer Dmitry Aleksandrovich Dokuchayev, 'Patrick Nag'
Source: FBI
Former FSB officer Dmitry Aleksandrovich Dokuchayev, "Patrick Nag" Source: FBI

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Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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3/16/2017 | 1:50:46 PM
Re: One part is suspicious
Yes, it depends on whether he really was a CIA informant, etc. 
jries921
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jries921,
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3/16/2017 | 1:47:42 PM
Re: One part is suspicious
I'd be very surprised if he were out on bail.
Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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3/16/2017 | 12:14:12 PM
Re: One part is suspicious
It's interesting that he's basically "double indicted." And yet he may still remain free. 
jries921
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jries921,
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3/16/2017 | 11:44:18 AM
One part is suspicious
I can think of exactly one reason why the US Justice Department would indict a man accused of being a CIA informant by his own government and it's not a good one.

Obviously, I hope I'm wrong.
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