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Though the Democratic National Committee contends that no financial, donor, or personal information was stolen during the breach of its computer networks, that claim is belied by an assortment of internal party documents provided to TSG by “Guccifer 2.0,” the vandal who has claimed credit for the hacking.
The hacker forwarded an assortment of Excel spreadsheets containing the names, e-mail addresses, occupations, and phone numbers of thousands of individuals, many of whom are listed as Democratic donors.
According to metadata embedded in the spreadsheets, the documents were created by various Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee staffers.
originally posted by: ratfintc
a reply to: Sillyolme
The latest distribution I received and reviewed included 12 files totaling 10.4 MB uncompressed. It included the big donor list of the top 20 donors who contributed $500k to $1M. This list also included about the top 40 Obama supporting billionaires who are expected to contribute $1M to HRC super pac.
It also included the friends of HRC in government list including 187 individuals and included names positions, official titles, and lots of their email addresses. Another was the committed donor list, and it included the funding commitment amounts, names, and email addresses of this list of 665 individuals from industry to banking, and insurance companies and various pacs. It contained another list of 320 individuals that had previously committed but had not responded to confirm amounts. This list also included private and public email addresses along with names, company names, and contact notes.
The next file included the top 104 larger donors who had already donated $100k-$5M and that list did not include email addresses so could have been taken from public records. The next was a prospects list composed of 556 government officials derived from The Plum Book so again likely just a research document since it was compiled from public records.
The Donald Trump Opposition research which was the 204 page document. The nature of those type of documents is they can be fact checked so it could have been faked but it was a lot of work so why? Who benefits? The DNC Goals & Strategies Doc looks legit to me. They would not want this type of info public. Home Base, which was the talking points brief shows the DNC perception skewing machine for what it is.
The one market Secret: Promises and Proposals – National Security & Foreign Policy looked to me like something rehashed from the Obama transition team materials. The same with the one marked Confidential: NATIONAL SECURITY TRANSITION PLANNING. That was an old Obama transition team briefing doc.
The Wikileaks database of HRC emails I have barely scratched the surface of those. I have a spider crawling it through rotating proxies but keep getting booted but have managed to transfer a lot of it to some of of my data stash spots in NZ and IO.
The emails of 2013 from Sidney Blumenthal to Hillary Clinton at her private email account @clintonemail.com I have not formed an opinion on that yet but it is interesting material for speculation.