Indicted Russian Company in Junk Bot Case Argues Appointment of Mueller ‘Violation of Constitution’ – Files Motion to Dismiss Case
Indicted Russian company, Concord Management & Consulting hit Mueller again on Monday with a new court filing.
This time Concord Management is seeking to dismiss the case, arguing the appointment of Special Counsel Mueller was a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
Dirty cop Robert Mueller
Robert Mueller previously indicted 13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian companies as a PR stunt; he was never expecting to actually try a case.
Russian company Concord Management showed up to court wanting to play ball and Mueller is panicking.
On Monday, Concord slammed Mueller again in a court filing challenging the legitimacy of Robert Mueller’s appointment.
Far-left Politico reported:
Echoing an argument offered by President Donald Trump himself, a Russian company Mueller has charged with meddling in the 2016 election filed a legal motion Monday seeking to dismiss the case by attacking Mueller’s appointment as a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
The filing from American attorneys for St. Petersburg-based Concord Management and Consulting contends that Mueller’s appointment was legally flawed because he was never nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate — nor was he appointed pursuant to a specific law passed by Congress.
“Under this Nation’s established constitutional framework, without a proper appointment and express congressional authorization, neither the Attorney General nor his subordinates have the inherent authority to empower a private attorney to investigate and prosecute anyone, regardless of citizenship, when he or she deems it is expedient to do so under jurisdictional ground rules that he or she alone sets down,” Concord’s attorneys wrote.
“Here, the Deputy Attorney General and the Special Counsel are attempting to exercise authority neither the Constitution nor Congress has conferred, and this Court should dismiss the Indictment to restore the checks and balances the Constitution demands,” they added.
U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich, a Trump appointee is assigned to this case.
Mueller has been begging a federal judge to indefinitely delay the junk Russia bot case since he rolled out an indictment prematurely.
Last month, lawyers defending Concord Management, sparred with Mueller’s liberal hacks in court.
Concord Management’s lawyers began by accusing Mueller’s team of ignoring over 70 discovery requests.
Rather, Mueller’s team offered to give Concord Management’s lawyers a massive amount of social media data from those dangerous trolls who sought to influence the US election and the majority of it is in RUSSIAN.
It got worse…
Mueller’s lawyers admitted that they don’t even have English translations for the Russian social media posts.
Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort also filed a motion to dismiss Mueller’s bank fraud case against him.
Reagan-appointed Judge Ellis has yet to issue a ruling on Manafort’s motion to dismiss the case.