Published On: Sun, Mar 17th, 2019

Russia Ran Hacking Operations In Prague, Where Dossier Says Michael Cohen Went To Pay Hackers: Czech Magazine

Michael Cohen walks.

The “Steele Dossier,” a collection of private intelligence reports by former British intelligence officer and Russia expert Christopher Steele — which was posted online two years ago by BuzzFeed — alleged that Donald Trump’s now-former personal lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen traveled to Prague, in the Czech Republic, in the summer of 2016, possibly to pay off Russian agents who engage in hacking operations against Democrats that helped tilt the presidential election toward Trump.

Cohen has repeatedly denied the allegation, claiming that he has never visited Prague in any capacity at any point in his life, issuing his most recent denial in sworn testimony before the House Oversight Commitee last month, as CNN reported.

But new revelations Sunday, while not directly involving Cohen, show that there were, in fact, Russian computer hackers based in Prague — and had been for “several years,” according to Czech investigative journalist Ondrej Kundra, writing on his Twitter account.

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Russia Ran Hacking Operations In Prague, Where Dossier Says Michael Cohen Went To Pay Hackers: Czech Magazine