Dirty Cop Robert Mueller Seeks 70 Blank Subpoenas in Manafort Case
SHUT IT DOWN.
Robert Mueller is seeking 70 blank subpoenas in the Manafort case according to a Thursday court filing by the Special Counsel.
Court House News.com reported:
Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday filed a request for 70 blank subpoenas in the Virginia court presiding over one of two criminal proceedings involving former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
The two-page filing doesn’t offer much in the way of details, but each subpoena orders the recipient to appear at the federal courthouse in Alexandria on July 10 at 10 a.m. to testify at Manafort’s trial on charges stemming from Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Although Manafort faces no charges related to the Trump campaign, he is accused in cases filed both in Alexandria, Virginia and Washington, D.C. of hiding the work he did for and the money he made from a Russia-friendly political party in Ukraine and former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
In a filing Monday night, Manafort’s lawyer argued his client wouldn’t get a fair trial because of leaks to media from government officials.
Screenshot of page one of court filing showing Mueller seeking 70 blank subpoenas:
70 blank subpoenas 😯 pic.twitter.com/vFz738EdQ8
— Elizabeth Nolan Brown (@ENBrown) May 3, 2018
Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort is battling Mueller in court.
Paul Manafort first made arguments in a suit with Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein and Jeff Sessions as Head of the DOJ, related to illegalities in the way that Rosenstein set up the Mueller special counsel. Rosenstein’s special counsel order was not based on a crime and unconstitutionally stated that Mueller could basically look at anything he wanted to look at. These provisions are against the law and are now for the courts to settle.
In addition to the above suit, Robert Barnes recently wrote at Law and Crimes that Mueller’s actions not related to the 2016 campaign are outside the scope of Jeff Sessions recusal as AG and therefore unconstitutional.
In early April, Mueller and Rosenstein presented to the courts a rebuttal for Manafort’s latest action – they presented a previously undisclosed memo to a federal court in Washington supposedly addressing Manafort’s argument. The problem is it doesn’t.
The memo is dated August 2, 2017 and is from Rosenstein to Mueller supposedly directing Mueller to look into Manafort actions with a Russian operative perhaps before 2016. This however is clearly outside the scope of Sessions’ recusal as argued by Manafort and doesn’t even address Manafort’s argument that these actions are not for Mueller to take or Rosenstein to order but are Sessions actions alone as AG.
Mueller and Rosenstein are out of control. The witch hunt must be shut down.