Posted by DrJohn on 18 September, 2019 at 5:18 am. 1 comment.



Mueller spent nearly $30 million and interviewed more than 500 witnesses investigating the allegations that officials with the 2016 Trump campaign conspired with Russians to ensure the defeat of the Democratic nominee, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Mueller found no such evidence, according to his report to Congress.

Andrew Weissmann, Mueller’s deputy in the special counsel investigation, was the U.S. Attorney who signed Sater’s cooperation agreement with federal authorities.

“Was a Russian real estate deal being pushed on the Trump Organization part of a set-up by an FBI/CIA informant? The new Judicial Watch lawsuit attempts to shed light on what could be another aspect of Deep State abusive Spygate operation targeting President Trump,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in the statement announcing the new suit.

In the second lawsuit announced Sept. 17 by Judicial Watch, the organization said it asked the court to order production by the government of all “records of an ‘analytical exchange’ between German officials and top DOJ officials, including Bruce Ohr, concerning possible Russian influence.”

“The FOIA lawsuit was prompted by an earlier Judicial Watch discovery of Nellie Ohr email advising Bruce Ohr that ‘I am deleting these emails now,’ seemingly related to the analytical exchange,” it stated.

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