Radio Liberty: Kremlin could be behind hacker attacks on Clinton and her fellow Democrats, - U.S. experts
Hacked e-mails from the Democratic National Committee were leaked last week
U.S. intelligence officials and private experts believe that the cyber attacks were committed by agents working for the Russian government (RFE\RL). The attackers left traces that identify them as Russian and have used tools only available to governments.
Some fear that Russia may be trying to influence the presidential election -- a possibility that U.S. President Barack Obama raised this week.
The Russian government has strongly denied the charges, describing them as "poisonous" and a symptom of "anti-Russian paranoia" that often engulfs U.S. presidential campaigns.
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