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Wikileaks Releases Hacked DNC Voicemails on Third Night of Convention

While vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine and President Obama took the stage at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night, Wikileaks was releasing another batch of hacked DNC files. This time, instead of emails, they've offered us several voice recordings. 


Wikileaks has released a total of 29 voicemails. Other outlets who have already done the work of listening to all 14 minutes of the mp3 files have found nothing incriminating

Yet, the first batch of DNC documents has already resulted in a major shakeup within the DNC, including the resignation of DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The emails suggested that under her leadership the primary process was unfairly skewed toward Hillary Clinton and left Bernie Sanders out in the cold, explaining why Sanders supporters were often heard booing and jeering throughout this week's convention.

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