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Roger Stone’s attorney is demanding the Democratic National Committee preserve its database servers and electronic equipment, referencing the DNC lawsuit filed last week against the Trump campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks.
“In the unlikely event that your politically motivated lawsuit survives the pleading stages, we demand that the Democratic National Committee (‘DNC’) immediately preserve the DNC’s database servers and electronic equipment,” Stone’s attorney, Robert Buschel, wrote in a letter Monday to Michael Eisenkraft, an attorney representing the DNC.
The article goes on to state the following:
Buschel said the letter had two purposes: To inform the committee they plan on investigating the DNC’s claims that Russians hacked their servers, and to demand they preserve equipment to defend Stone against various claims made against him in their new lawsuit.
NEW: Roger Stone’s attorney is asking the DNC to preserve database servers and electronic equipment following the DNC lawsuit filed last week, according to a letter I’ve obtained pic.twitter.com/TET2Z5JP3j
— Trey Yingst (@TreyYingst) April 23, 2018
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