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The Washington Post| Thu Jan 11 10:23:35 EST 2018
Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has added a veteran cyber prosecutor to his team, filling what has long been a gap in expertise and potentially signaling a recent focus on computer crimes. Ryan K. Dickey was assigned to Mueller’s team in early November from the Justice Department’s computer crime and intellectual-property section, said a spokesman for the special counsel’s office. He joined 16 other lawyers who are highly respected by their peers but who have come under fire from Republicans wary of some of their political contributions to Democrats. [As Mueller builds his Russia special-counsel team, every hire is under scrutiny] Dickey’s addition is particularly notable because he is..

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