From the decision:
As for Russian agents, plaintiffs’ complaint fails to identify who these Russian agentsThe full decision is here.
are. At the hearing, when asked to identify the Russian co-conspirators, plaintiffs’ counsel stated: “We don’t name anyone [of the Russian agents] –we don’t name any other coconspirators, nor are we required to name all coconspirators. We have the campaign, Mr. Stone, of course, and WikiLeaks.” (Tr. at 10.) Apparently, plaintiffs are content to rely on Stone and WikiLeaks, neither of whom committed any in-forum overt acts in furtherance of the conspiracies. Alternatively, as plaintiffs seem to implicitly recognize, subjecting defendants to personal jurisdiction based on unspecified acts by unidentified third parties would offend traditional notions of fair play and substantial justice.