Feds put $10m bounty on Putin pal accused of bankrolling US election troll farm

The Feds have put up a $10 million reward for information about foreign interference in US elections in general, and more specifically a Russian oligarch and close friend of President Vladimir Putin accused of funding an organization that meddled in the 2016 presidential elections. The bounty, offered through the US Department of State’s Rewards for Justice program, specifically seeks intel on Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA), businessman Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin, and any “linked Russian entities and associates for their engagement in US election interference.”

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