Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Declassified FBI memos further undercut Mueller-team claims

Bureau charged George Papadopoulos hindered Russia probe

By WND Staff February 24, 2020

Newly declassified FBI memos further undermine the legitimacy of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of the now-debunked claim of Trump-Russia collusion in the 2016 election.

Investigative reporter John Solomon said Monday the memos released under federal Freedom of Information laws directly conflict with court filings in which Mueller's team asked a federal judge to send former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos to prison.

The key Mueller prosecutor in the Papadopoulos case was Aaron Zelinsky, who recently resigned from the Roger Stone case over a dispute with Attorney General William Barr over the length of prison time Stone deserved.

Zelinsky signed a sentencing memo in August 2018 seeking prison time for Papadopoulos. The prosecutors alleged Papadopoulos hindered their ability to question or arrest the European professor Joseph Mifsud while he was in the United States in February 2017.........To Read More....

My Take - So what we have here is the FBI deliberately misrepresenting the facts, AKA lying, to the courts to send a Trump supporter to prison for things he didn't do. And who's in jail? 

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