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Ex-DNC chair’s office may have attempted 'unsolicited contact' – Sanders lawsuit attorneys

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 ESET    1,190

Three law firms representing plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz said they received "unsolicited direct contact" allegedly from a phone number connected to her district office.

The law firms are involved in a class action lawsuit against the DNC and Wasserman Schultz that claims seven different violations – including fraud, negligent misrepresentation, unjust enrichment and negligence – connected to revelations that the party essentially rigged its 2016 presidential primary process for the benefit of eventual Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The firms represent a group of supporters for Senator Bernie Sanders, Clinton's primary opponent.

On June 1, the law firms filed a notice to the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida that alleged "unsolicited direct contact by your client Debbie Wasserman Schultz" through a caller that seemed to use a voice anonymizer. The number where the call originated, the firms said, is the phone number to Wasserman Schultz's district office in Aventura, Florida



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 Ukshep    14,519
39 minutes ago, The Mongrel said:

Thanks... A lot of deaths around this whole mess. This is why it needs exposing. It is about breaking the cycle for a time. Exposing it could free many oppressed peoples!

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I think Obama's people cleared out much of the evidence.....the DNC still hasn't let them look at the servers...they want us to just take their word for it...yeah from a bunch of lying crooks...

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