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AmcmurryFreedom Wrote: They wouldn't loose in court because Bernie's Campaign committed a Federal Felony of Computer Crime. The DNC backed off for knowing that the Department of Justice is investigating and that the DNC has no authority to pursue this any further.
This just isn't true. You are citing one former DOJ official, Jason Weinstein, who said the individual who accessed the information may have broken the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
I will write this in bold, capitalized letters for you to understand as easily as possible: THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE HAS NOT OPENED AN INVESTIGATION INTO SENATOR SANDERS CAMPAIGN.
AmcmurryFreedom Wrote: Both campaign groups have come to an agreement, but the fact of a crime has been committed is up to the legal folks, including the FBI. I can assume that this may go away, but who knows what damage has been done to both camps. Let the debates begin and if Bernie brings it up, you can bet Hillary is ready for the rebuttal. Bernie would be smart to not go there, as I think Hillary is twice as smart not to bring it up.
No, both campaign groups haven't come to an agreement! Words matter and the words you are saying are not accurate.
The DNC caved minutes after the Sanders campaign filed a Federal lawsuit. As I said before--if the DNC thought they would win then they would have gone forward because the head of the DNC is an unabashed Hillary supporter.
Maybe it would be smart for you to do a little research on the company who holds the DNC voter data and why the firewall may have mysteriously dropped in the first place.
The Vice President of NGP VAN, the company hosting the data, just happens to be the nephew of DNC chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, an unabashed Clinton supporter. Don't you think that's a little too convenient for dear Debbie and Mrs. Clinton to mysteriously have the firewall Debbie's nephew manages to mysteriously shut down for a little bit and then they happen to "catch" the Sanders campaign on the database? I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but that just seems really fishy to me.
It's also interesting how you weren't up in arms about the times NGP VAN's firewall went down and Senator Sanders supporters information was stolen. Oh wait...that's because no one tipped off the Washington Post about it then.