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A Federal judge on Tuesday tossed a lawsuit claiming that the Trump campaign, and former consultant, Roger stone, in collaboration with WikiLeaks and the Russian government hacked publish to the Democratic National Committee E-Mails during the presidential elections.

US District Court judge Ellen Huvelle, said in a judgment that the allegations of conspiracy were insubstantial, they go into a court, Politico reported.

“The trump campaign, the efforts to the election of President Trump in DC are not suit-to disseminate relevant contacts for these efforts with actions to promote conspiracies, E-Mails, injured the plaintiffs,” wrote Clinton-appointed judge. “Campaign meetings, campaign advertising on the electorate, and other regular activities of a political campaign, not based on activities in connection with the conspiracy in the alleged complaint.”

They remarked that their decision is based on the technology of the suit and not take a position on whether the trump campaign, and the officials, in fact, a conspiracy with the Russians in the election.

“It bears to stress that this ECJ judgment is not based on the finding that there was no collusion between the defendant and Russia, while the 2016 presidential elections,” Huvelle wrote. “This is suit is the wrong forum for the plaintiff. The court takes no position on the merits of the plaintiff’s claims.”

The lawsuit was filed by two DNC donor, Roy Cockrum, Eric Schoenberg, and former DNC staffer Scott Comer, who claims that the publication of the E-Mails violated your privacy and the trump campaign and stone is involved in an illegal activity, according to Politico.

The DNC itself was not part of the lawsuit, although it was accused of a separate lawsuit in April, top Trump campaign officials, including Trumps son Donald Jr, and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner of collusion with the Russians.

Stone’s role in the WikiLeaks activities concerns after the revelations that he allegedly exchanged messages to disseminate, both with WikiLeaks and Guccifer 2.0 – a social media Accounts, that American believe in the intelligence services, was part of the “Russian military intelligence” effort, the hacked E-Mails, The Daily reported Beast.

Despite the setback, the group that filed the lawsuit, said the protection of the democracy, that it will refile the case elsewhere.

“While we are disappointed and respectfully disagree with today’s decision by the district court does not reject in this case, on the grounds that it belonged in Washington, DC, in this case is far from over,” the protection of democracy, Ian Bassin, said in a statement to Politico. “It is clear that the court recognizes that there is sufficient evidence to show a conspiracy between the trump campaign, and the Kremlin, however, believes that this case belongs in another court. What today’s decision shows that the merits of this case, you need to go somewhere,” he added.

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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