On Thursday, the Justice Department announced the indictment of seven Russian intelligence officials, as accusations and allegations regarding Russia’s intelligence community continue to mount.

All seven defendants are members of Russia’s GRU, KGB’s successor and rough equivalent to the CIA. The charges include hacking, wire fraud, identity theft, and money laundering carried out in an attempt to shift public perceptions about Russian’s state-sponsored doping program, which disqualified them from the Winter Olympics in South Korea earlier this year. Their efforts targeted anti-doping agencies, as well as sports officials and even athletes. Interestingly, aside from sporting organizations and more than 250 athletes and officials, their only other targets were companies, such as the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, which runs nuclear power plants in Pennsylvania.

“We want the hundreds of victims of these Russian hackers to know that we will do everything we can to hold these criminals accountable for their crimes,” said Scott Brady, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

Three of the indicted Russian intelligence officers were also charged with meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Justice officials, however, have stated that these new charges didn’t stem out of any continued investigation into Russian involvement in the presidential election.