6/14/17, “Did Russia hack the DNC?“ Jeffrey Marty, fighting15th.com
"Presumably, a private security company’s employees [such as CrowdStrike’s] are not vetted in a similar manner to FBI agents.
It goes without saying that no
one would ever find it acceptable for the DNC to pay the salaries of
FBI agents investigating its network, but that’s exactly what happened
in the business relationship between the DNC and Crowdstrike-a blatant
conflict of interest.
Further, choosing not to testify about methods and conclusions at an oversight hearing is not optional for the FBI, which is controlled (in theory) by our Constitution.”…
Added: "Over a month passed before CrowdStrike finally booted the hackers out of the system on June 10, 2016." CrowdStrike allowed alleged Russian malware to remain on DNC computers for several weeks, not removing it until the weekend of June 11-12, 2016, per Washington Post (Treason? Collusion?)