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Mueller Probe: Roger Stone Did Too Communicate With WikiLeaks About DNC Hack

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Mueller Probe: Roger Stone Did Too Communicate With WikiLeaks About DNC Hack

Mueller Probe: Roger Stone Did Too Communicate With WikiLeaks About DNC Hack

A new court filing on Friday, from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team, reveals Roger Stone is now in even deeper trouble.

The filing reveals Mueller's team found communications about hacked Democratic Party emails between former Trump advisor Roger Stone and WikiLeaks.

Business Insider reports the evidence was gathered during a separate probe of Russian intelligence officers, who were charged with hacking this summer.

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