WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A dozen Russians have been indicted for allegedly trying to interfere with 2016 election.
All are members of GRU, the Russian intelligence service.
They are all accused of engaging in sustained effort to hack networks of DCCC, DNC and Hillary's Campaign.
A Federal Grand jury in Washington, D.C. returned indictment against the Russians.
The case was brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office.
12 Russian intelligence officers indicted for hacking DNC
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