Special counsel Robert Mueller has concluded his investigation and will not file any more indictments in connection with his inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign, indicating that the investigation was a ruse used for political gain, based on the lies in the discredited Steele dossier. Mueller failed to find any evidence to indict any American citizens on charges of colluding with Russia, but the investigation did ruin the lives of many of the people who were investigated, including General Michael Flynn, Roger Stone, George Papodopolous, Paul Manafort, Carter Page and Donald Trump. Mueller submitted his confidential report to Attorney General Bill Barr, who has the option to summarize it for Congress or to release as much as he sees fit. However, this is not the end of Trump’s problems as federal and state prosecutors are pursuing other investigations that grew out of Mueller’s probe. The new investigations focus on Trump, his family business, his advisors and associates, and will not be limited to “Russian collusion”.
Even as the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, submitted his confidential report to the Justice Department on Friday, federal and state prosecutors are pursuing about a dozen
other investigations that largely grew out of his work, all but ensuring
that a legal threat will continue to loom over the Trump presidency.
of the investigations focus on President Trump or his family business
or a cadre of his advisers and associates, according to court records
and interviews with people briefed on the investigations. They are being
conducted by officials from Los Angeles to Brooklyn, with about half of
them being run by the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan.
Mr. Mueller, whose mandate was largely focused on any links between the
Trump campaign and the Russian government’s interference in the 2016
presidential election, the federal prosecutors in Manhattan take an
expansive view of their jurisdiction. That authority has enabled them,
along with F.B.I. agents, to scrutinize a broader orbit around the
president, including his family business.
Two prison guards, Michael Thomas and Tova Noel, have been arrested on federal charges for their behavior on the day that the prisoner died for their failure to check on Epstein even once, shopping for motorcycles and furniture online, walking around the common area, sleeping for two hours, and falsifying documents.
Some protesters battled against police with petrol bombs, bricks and arrows. Police were authorized to used live rounds on students using lethal weapons. Some 600 students have walked off campus, due to ill-health and hypothermia, giving themselves up to police; they face 10 years in prison for protesting.
The Trayvon Martin case was fabricated around his final phone with his girlfriend, Diamond Eugene, that falsely portrayed the shooting as a racial attack. Evidence points to Trayvon as the aggressor. The real Diamond Eugene never testified at Zimmerman’s trial, as a fake witness was substituted in her place.
Stone was not allowed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee, to demand proof that Russia did indeed hack the DNC computers. Attorneys for Stone contended that if the Russians did not hack the DNC computers, the case against Stone would have had to be dismissed.
An anti-ICE protester took a plea deal and a three year prison sentence after using a flag pole to attack a 60-year old disabled man. According to court papers, Pierce told jailers that he uses THC daily and LSD intermittently. He said he was homeless and living off food stamps.
The city of Denver is following liberal policies and refuses to enforce laws against trespassing, camping, and public defecation. Denver contends that if the trash is on Bayzar’s property, it is his responsibility to clean it.
After months of debate, the law was passed despite opposition. The measles vaccine in Germany is only available as a triple shot, and will also indirectly make immunization against measles, mumps and rubella, and in some cases chicken pox obligatory.
A 16-year old Asian student, Nathaniel Berhow, is the suspect in a shooting at Saugus High School that killed two students and left more injured. Reports indicate there is video evidence that the suspect turned the handgun on himself and is in ‘grave’ condition.
A federal court ruled that suspicionless searches of travelers’ electronic devices by federal agents at airports and other US ports of entry are unconstitutional. Border officers must now demonstrate individualized suspicion of illegal contraband before they can search a traveler’s device.
Documents allegedly leaked by the Ukrainian General Prosecutor’s office to CD Media show payments of $3.5 million from Burisma Holdings to Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC, a corporation controlled by Hunter Biden’s partner, Devon Archer. Both Hunter Biden and Archer sat on the board of Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company.
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The documents reveal federal officials, including then-FBI Director Robert Mueller, failed to investigate criminal misconduct by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and Rosatam, the Russian nuclear firm that purchased 20% of the US’s Uranium.
Special counsel Robert Mueller likely assumed the alleged ‘Russian troll farm’ he brought charges against in his quest to embarrass President Trump would never appear in court. Russian nationals have immunity from extradition, so Mueller was caught off guard when lawyers for the Russian company accused of being a troll actually appeared in court with a slew of discovery requests.
A federal judge told Mueller’s prosecutors that he knew they were not really interested in possible bank fraud committed by Paul Manafort but were just trying to force him to testify against Donald Trump. If Manafort can be frightened into thinking he will go to prison for the rest of his life on bank-fraud charges dating back to before he worked for Trump as his campaign manager, the chances are good that Manfort would say anything to avoid prison even if it were not true. Mueller’s prosecutors are determined to use Manafort as the path to destroy Trump.