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‘Information Warfare': How Russians Interfered in 2016 Election

The indictment also gave specifics on how the operation was divided into departments including, data analysis, graphic designers, finance and an information technology

The 13 Russians and three Russian entities mentioned in the indictment revealed Friday by Special Counsel Robert Mueller detailed the alleged strategies used for identity theft, Hillary Clinton impersonators and a small army churning out social media posts, NBC News reported.  

According to the federal court records, the Russian group, the Internet Research Agency, had a monthly budget of $1.2 million to fuel what the indictment called "information warfare," NBC News reported. 

The indictment also gave specifics on how the operation was divided into departments including, data analysis, graphic designers, finance and an information technology.

According to the indictment, here is how they did it.

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