HUGE CONFLICT OF INTEREST – CORRUPT AS HELL! Husband of Judge Overseeing Mueller Case Against Russian Company Closely Linked to Mueller and Corrupt ‘Pitbull’ Weissmann!
Guest post by Joe Hoft
The judge overseeing Mueller’s joke of a case against Concord Management for some reason believes she is above the law. Despite real conflicts of interest she has decided to oversee the case against the Russian company. She should be removed, arrested, disbarred and thrown in jail.
The judge overseeing the Mueller case against Russian company Concord Management has some serious explaining to do. It so happens that her husband is connected to the key players in the Mueller team. This is another serious conflict of interest that is totally against all judicial principals and rules of law.
Judge Dabney Friedrich’s husband, crooked prosecutor Matthew Friedrich, was seen chumming with dirty cop Robert Mueller when Mueller was the Head of the FBI.
here is picture of Judge Dabney Friedich's husband, crooked prosecutor Matthew Friedrich, chumming with Mueller https://t.co/oMw6BxP5bE
— Stephen McIntyre (@ClimateAudit) January 7, 2019
Prosecutor Friedrich was also good friends with Mueller’s corrupt attorney Andrew Weissmann.
According to attorney Sidney Powell Freidrich worked with Weissman and was involved in the corrupt case against Senator Ted Stevens which was thrown out of court after Stevens lost the 2008 election.
Look at this 2014 article detailing how close Judge Friedrich's husband Matthew Freidrich is with Mueller's right hand man Andrew Weissmann. LOOK AT THIS. How does this judge not recuse herself from this case??https://t.co/avn391n0rU
— Frank Hart (@FrankHartII) January 8, 2019
Now Freidrich’s wife the judge is overseeing Mueller’s bogus case against Russian Company Concord Management. How is this not a material conflict of interest?
Yesterday it was reported that the judge chastised Concord’s attorneys for using colorful language in their case. Judge Freidrich is more interested in the language of Concord’s attorneys than the facts in the case. Now we know why – she is a judge with material conflicts of interest that damage her ability to oversee a fair trail. Of course!
Here's the issue in the motion to compel: how did the Special Counsel obtain confidential information that Concord provided to the firewall counsel?
Judge is more concerned with colorful language than accusations of prosecutorial misconduct & violations of a protective order. pic.twitter.com/65UPGi9YPu
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 7, 2019
In the Concord case the Mueller gang was caught withholding millions of pages of non-classified information in its case against a Russian firm. The corrupt Deep State operatives claimed its for national security purposes.
The Russian firm that challenged Mueller in court, Concord Management, is making a mockery of the Mueller gang and bringing this all to light!
As we’ve noted previously, in an effort to tie their corrupt investigation to Russia, the Mueller team indicted 13 Russians after presenting their cases to a grand jury in February of 2018. Immediately, these indictments were suspect as everyone on the corrupt Mueller team knew that these ‘Russians’ would never be brought to justice, even if they were real, because they would never come to the US to stand trial and risk being tossed in jail.
Unfortunately for Mueller however, this soon turned into a royal mess.
Lawyers defending one of three Russian companies indicted with the 13 Russians, Concord Management, showed up for court. Mueller’s team was caught off guard and never expected this. They immediately asked the judge for more time but the judge denied their pleas noting that they were the ones who indicted the Russian company in the first place.
As the case proceeded, the Concord attorneys noted that another of the three companies indicted by Mueller was not in existence at the time of Mueller’s indictment. They called this a case of Mueller indicting the proverbial ‘ham sandwich’.
At a subsequent court appearance, the attorneys representing Concord stated that the corrupt Mueller team’s allegations of 13 Russian individuals impacting the 2016 election were “made up” nonsense. The individuals were not even real. The Mueller team had tried to align these individuals with Concord Management.
Concord Management’s lawyers revealed that Mueller’s team had ignored over 70 discovery requests they had made for information in the case. In response 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 the data was in RUSSIAN.
Mueller’s lawyers then admitted that they didn’t even have English translations for the Russian social media posts. (However, somehow Mueller’s lawyers believed Americans were influenced by these Russian language posts?)
The case of the Russians soon turned into a big joke as the legitimacy of the Mueller indictment was challenged by Concord Management.
In a hearing on October 15th, Concord Management claimed that the Special Counsel’s entire case is built around a 100 year old law that the Mueller team is trying to use in a manner the law was not built for.
The Defense hits the Special Counsel for relying on a "100 year-old Supreme Court case which doesn't stand for the proposition that they want it to stand for"
"The Special Counsel..never advised you" that the case required a willful violation of the law. pic.twitter.com/5V53wGiWYl
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) October 24, 2018
Then Concord Management accused Mueller of making up a crime because they don’t have evidence they need to push their cases forward –
The blistering critique continues.
The Special Counsel didn't have the evidence, so they "make up a new crime that has never been charged in the history of the United States" pic.twitter.com/qCApwSViDp
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) October 24, 2018
Concord Management argued that Mueller’s team wants to be able to regulate what people say on the Internet –
A very important quote on what may be the real goal of the DOJ and the Special Counsel:
"They want to be able to regulate what people say on the internet" by removing anonymity. pic.twitter.com/X36yAB00u2
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) October 24, 2018
In a follow up brief to the court on October 23rd, Concord states that Mueller’s case is a joke just like Tweety Bird screaming, “I did, I did, I taw a puddy tat”!” –
Russian Troll case update. Concord responds to govt brief opposing motion to dismiss the indictment
They're mocking Robert Mueller:
"'Give a man enough rope and he will hang himself,' the Special Counsel just did so."
Also included is a 1948 quote from Tweetie bird. lol pic.twitter.com/3lH2sq8OkO
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) October 25, 2018
In November the court denied Concord’s motion to dismiss the Concord case based on the argument that Mueller is making up a crime. (Now we know why – the judge is corrupt!)
However, the Concord case moved on. Concord Management still believes that the Mueller gang is making up a crime and the Mueller gang now seeks to make up secret procedures for communicating ex parte to the court.
Next it was uncovered that the Mueller team somehow obtained a selfie of someone in the nude. Concords attorneys argue that the method as to how the Mueller team obtained this nude selfie “surely can’t threaten the national security of the United States”? This apparently is what the Mueller team is arguing to the courts and Concord’s attorneys’ argue that the Mueller team is only trying to protect how they received a nude selfie of someone.
Lawyers for the Russian company – who are seeking permission to share "sensitive" gov't info with the Russians wonder: "Could the manner in which [Mueller] collected a nude selfie really threaten the national security of the United States?" pic.twitter.com/tATHJEtojw
— Brad Heath (@bradheath) December 27, 2018
The attorneys for Concord argue that the Mueller team is made up of a bunch or government goons:
Mr. Weissmann headed the Justice Department’s Enron task force nearly two decades ago. He won a conviction against the accounting firm Arthur Andersen for shredding the defunct energy firm’s financial documents.
Years later, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously reversed the conviction. The 2005 decision effectively said that Andersen, by then out of business and its 28,000 employees gone, hadn’t committed a crime.
“Mr. Dubelier is exactly right on Mr. Mueller’s motives and tactics,” said Sidney Powell, whose book “License to Lie” exposes years of Justice Department scandals. “His lieutenant Weissmann is the poster boy for prosecutorial misconduct and has no regard for the facts or the law. He will make up whatever he wants to win, and the entire like-minded team views as an accomplishment everyone whose life they destroy in pursuit of their objective.”
Again, the Mueller team is corrupt. Concord’s attorneys next claim that they provided documents to the court that were supposed to be protected and the Mueller team somehow obtained access to these documents:
Mr. Dubelier said he submitted evidence to the firewall lawyer only to see it fall into the hands of Mr. Mueller’s team, who began using it to further investigate Concord. “Surely a remarkable coincidence,”
Mueller’s team was stealing evidence. Then Concord Management filed another brief with the courts and accused Mueller’s goons of withholding information from Concord Management:
As Law&Crime previously reported, Concord has argued Mueller is unlawfully keeping “millions of pages of non-classified discovery” materials away from the defendant and attempting to “whisper” secrets to the court in ex parte (one party only) discussions. Concord stuck with the secrecy theme on Friday by opening with a quote from Lord Acton: “Everything secret degenerates, even the administration of justice; nothing is safe that does not show how it can bear discussion and publicity.”
The attorney’s for Concord then quoted the movie Animal House:
The Special Counsel’s argument is reminiscent of Otter’s famous line, ‘Flounder, you can’t spend your whole life worrying about your mistakes! You f**ked up . . . you trusted us. Hey, make the best of it,’” the filing continued.
Concord claims that they are completely in the dark as to whether “any investigators or staff working for the firewall counsel or the Special Counsel may have improperly transmitted the above-referenced information.”