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Aslanov, Dzheykhun (Jay)

Head of U.S. department of the Internet Research Agency, which

engaged in an "active measures"
AppendixDPage2 Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia

(Awaiting sentencing)

4. United States v. Internet Research Agency, et al. (Russian Social Media Campaign)

U.S.
AppendixBPage2 official who associated with Carter Page in 2008.

Executive director of the Internet Research Agency, which engaged in an

"active measures" social
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Katsyv, Denis Katsyv, Peter

Kaveladze,IrakJi (Ike)

Kaverzina, Irina

Kelly,
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Carter Page give a July 20 16 commencement address in Moscow.

Internet Research Agency employee who worked on "active measures"
AppendixBPage8 and Concord Management

and Consulting; supported and financed the Internet Research Agency,

which engaged in an "active measures"
AppendixBPage10 and Rick Gates.

Executive assistant to Jared Kushner. Internet Research Agency employee who engaged in

measures" socia
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Volume1Page4 Department of Justice

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TO VOLUME I

RUSSIAN SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN

The Internet Research Agency (IRA) carried out the earliest Russian
Volume1Page9 in U.S. elections, as well as related counts of identity theft. See United States v. Internet Research Agency, et al., No. 18-cr-32 (D.D.C.). Separately,
Volume1Page14 SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN

The first form of Russian election influence came principally from the Internet Research

Agency, LLC (IRA), a Russian organization funded
Volume1Page15 Department of Justice

Instagram accounts had hundreds of thousands of U.S. participants.IRA-controlled Twitter

accounts separately had tens of thousands of
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In May

2016,IRA employees, claiming to be U.S. social activists and administrators

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