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Tucked into last week’s indictment of Roger Stone, the brash longtime confidante of President Donald Trump, was a fleeting reference to an attorney who had the ability to contact WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Prosecutors wrote that an email from Stone, seeking dirt on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, was forwarded to the attorney, who wasn’t identified — adding an intriguing character to the mystery over possible links between Trump’s presidential campaign and WikiLeaks.

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