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Law office accuses Wasserman Schultz of calling with disguised voice to try and get info on DNC case

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This is embarrassing.

A court filing on Thursday accused former Democrat National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz of calling the offices of the attorney who filed a class action lawsuit against the DNC and disguising her voice.

The office of attorney Elizabeth Lee Beck claimed in the filing that it received a phone call from a phone number registered to Schultz’s Aventura office.

The caller used a “robotic and genderless” voice changer and asked questions about the lawsuit against the DNC, which was allegedly outed in documents hacked by Guccifer 2.0, and of which Schutz is a defendant.

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According to the hacked documents, the suit alleges that the DNC engaged in collusion with the campaign of Hillary Clinton “to perpetrate a fraud on the public.”

“The caller refused to identify himself/herself, but asked my secretary about the Wilding et al. v. DNC et al. lawsuit,” the filing read.

“The caller concluded with ‘Okey dokey,’ after my secretary gave the caller public information about the case,” it said.

The filing noted the call as “highly irregular” and will be following up with more to come.

The entire filing can be read here.

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Carmine Sabia


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