Mueller Scrambles To Limit Evidence After Indicted Russians Actually Show Up In Court, by Tyler Durden

Mueller’s indictment against Russian individuals and companies in February was a PR stunt. They weren’t actually supposed to emerge from Russian and challenge Mueller in court. One company did, however. From Tyler Durden at

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is scrambling to limit pretrial evidence handed over to a Russian company he indicted in February over alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, according to Bloomberg.

Mueller asked a Washington federal Judge for a protective order that would prevent the delivery of copious evidence to lawyers for Concord Management and Consulting, LLC, one of three Russian firms and 13 Russian nationals. The indictment accuses the firm of producing propaganda, pretending to be U.S. activists online and posting political content on social media in order to sow discord among American voters.

The special counsel’s office argues that the risk of the evidence leaking or falling into the hands of foreign intelligence services, especially Russia, would assist the Kremlin’s active “interference operations” against the United States.

“The substance of the government’s evidence identifies uncharged individuals and entities that the government believes are continuing to engage in interference operations like those charged in the present indictment,” prosecutors wrote.

Improper disclosure would tip foreign intelligence services about how the U.S. operates, which would “allow foreign actors to learn of those techniques and adjust their conduct, thus undermining ongoing and future national security operations,” according to the filing.

The evidence includes thousands of documents involving U.S. residents not charged with crimes who prosecutors say were unwittingly recruited by Russian defendants and co-conspirators to engage in political activity in the U.S., prosecutors wrote. –Bloomberg

Mueller also accused Concord of “knowingly and intentionally” conspiring to interfere with the election by using social media to disparage Hillary Clinton and support Donald Trump.

And Concord Management decided to fight it… 

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One response to “Mueller Scrambles To Limit Evidence After Indicted Russians Actually Show Up In Court, by Tyler Durden

  1. In the mind of any established/entrenched/aspiring member of the endlessly-classified goings on within – what has come to be identified as the “Deep State;” to the inadvertent emergence of their nefarious collusions is, …………. wait for it, ………, MORE SECRECY!

    Mueller wishes to restrict/limit/block pretrial disclosure to the unexpected response of one of his targets, who merely wishes to understand the alleged evidence supporting the charges against them. No, says Mueller, that must remain classified!

    P – L – E – A – S – E, go away!


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