Company Indicted in Mueller’s Junk Russian Bot Case Comes Out Swinging in Court
Robert Mueller rolled out an indictment of 13 Russians and 3 companies in his fake Russian bot case in February as a way to justify his salary and witch hunt.
He didn’t expect to actually fight any of the Russians in court.
Indicted Russian company, Concord Management and Consulting wants to play ball and blasted Mueller in court this week telling the Magistrate Judge, “the government has indicted the proverbial ham sandwich.”
Robert Mueller was thrown off when Concord Management and Consulting showed up to court wanting to fight the Special Counsel last week.
Concord is seeking all of Mueller’s evidence of the so-called conspiracy as a part of their discovery rights.
The Daily Caller reported:
Mueller may now have to try the case, and Concord’s lawyers have put the special counsel on notice. The Russian company’s lawyers intend to invoke “discovery” to obtain U.S. intelligence about what they knew of Russian activities.
“I guess Mueller thought it was a freebie, for sure,” former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy told The Daily Caller News Foundation after the court proceeding.
Late last Friday, Mueller requested a delay in the case and the Trump-appointed judge promptly smacked him down.
The indicted Russian company pleaded not guilty Wednesday and also revealed Mueller has access to their confidential files.
Fox News reported:
Defense Attorney Eric Dubelier was in court to represent Concord Management and Consulting, one of three companies indicted by Mueller in February. Dubelier entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of “Conspiracy to Defraud the United States of America.”
“The government has indicted the proverbial Ham sandwich,” Dubelier told Magistrate Judge G. Michael Harvey.
On Wednesday, there were no lawyers in court for the other two companies, nor were any of the Russian individuals present.
During Wednesday’s hearing, Dubelier complained that the special counsel “has access to all of our confidential files,” calling that development “disturbing.”
The case is scheduled to presume in early July.
Mueller and his team of liberal hack lawyers have taken a couple of big blows recently.
The Special Counsel is now having to try a case he is not prepared to fight on top of the fact that his case against Manafort is falling apart.
The judge handling Mueller’s bank fraud case against Paul Manafort lost his temper last week and accused the Special Counsel’s team of using the case to oust Trump from office.
Nunes and Gowdy are also a week away from obtaining Rosenstein’s memo detailing Mueller’s scope.