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    Russian company King Servers, whose servers were allegedly used by hackers to conduct cyberattacks on US election systems, will ask the FBI to carry out a joint investigation of the incident, the firm’s owner said on Wednesday.

    BARNAUL (Russia), (Sputnik) – Earlier, US experts said, that King Servers owned six out of eight IP addresses that FBI made public during the investigation. This was called one of the reasons, why the US accused the Russian firm of being involvement in the crime.

    "We are outraged that someone used our servers to conduct criminal actions… Our lawyers are considering the possibility of addressing the FBI or other intelligence services to offer starting a joint investigation," the firm’s owner Vladimir Fomenko told RIA Novosti.

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