What is Mueller Hiding? Mueller Asks Judge to Waive Lawyer’s Right to File FOIA Requests in Russia Witch Hunt

Last week, 33-year-old Dutch lawyer Alex Van Der Zwaan asked to avoid jail time in the Russian hoax investigation.

Last month Van Der Zwaan pleaded guilty to lying to Special Counsel investigators about his conversations with Trump’s former campaign aide Rick Gates.

Dirty cop Robert Mueller asked a judge to waive Van Der Zwaan’s right to file a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request ahead of his sentencing which is scheduled for April 3rd.

What is Mueller hiding?

Special Counsel Robert Mueller asked the judge to waive Alex Van Der Zwaan’s right to file a FOIA claiming it would be a strain on “the scarce resources of the Special Counsel’s office.”

Mueller has unlimited time and money to go on a fishing expedition; this is his way of moving ahead with no oversight.

New York Times reporter, Kenneth Vogel tweeted a screenshot of the court document released Monday:

Kenneth Vogel tweeted: MUELLER asks judge to waive Alex van der Zwaan’s right to file Freedom of Information requests because they: 1) could “suggest to 3rd parties investigative facts that are…not widely known.” 2) would be a strain on “the scarce resources of the Special Counsel’s Office.”

More background on Van Der Zwaan’s charges via Fox News:

Alex Van Der Zwaan was charged by Mueller’s team with making false statements to investigators in an interview about his time working for a law firm hired by the Ukraine Ministry of Justice in 2012, when he helped produce a report on the trial of Ukrainian politician Yulia Tymoshenko. According to The Washington Post, Van Der Zwaan is the son-in-law of Russian oligarch German Khan.

Some of the reaction from people who are fed up with dirty cop Mueller and his KGB tactics:

Tom Fitton slammed Mueller:

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