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Sanctions Russia, IRG, FSB & GRU

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Posted on March 15 2018

8 months later…

Our Treasury Department finally enforces Sanctions as specified in:

22 USC 9501 

COUNTERING AMERICA’S ADVERSARIES THROUGH SANCTIONS ACT

You can read the Sanctions Law via the link below. What’s lost on a lot of Americans:

  • Moscow for interfering in the 2016 presidential election
  • Moscow also launched a a cyberattack against Ukraine and other countries
  • Moscow’s cyberattacks were known as “the most destructive and costly” in history.

Sanctions Bill Russia, North Korea, Iran

The Treasury Dept disclosed NEW data points:

  • FSB: used its cyber tools to target U.S. government officials, including cyber security, diplomatic, military and White House personnel.
  • GRU: was “directly involved in interfering in the 2016 U.S. election” through cyber activities.
  • GRU: June 2017 cyber attack known as NotPetya. Malware that wiped data from the computers of banks, energy firms, senior government officials and an airport.
  • Sanctions  GRU and six of its senior officials.

I might be in the minority but levying the Sanctions isn’t as big as a deal the MSM is making it to be. Why? Partially because it enforces previous sanctions from the Obama Administration. Which was overwhelmingly passed by the House 419/3, Senate 98/2

US House Roll Call Vote Russia Sanctions

Senate Roll Call Vote Sanctions

For comparison the Treasury List v. the 2/16/2018 Criminal Indictment. There’s zero doubt, the Sanctions list is a mirror reflection of the indictment.

That said are we now beyone saying this is a witch hunt or a hoax?

You can review the CAATSA Sanction list via this link

Treasury Sanction List Effective March 2018

 

You can review the February 16, 2018 IRG Indictment via this link

IRG Indictment, February 16, 2018

 

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