Countries are Beginning to Wise up to US Operatives Like Weissmann and Mueller – Refuse to Deal with Deep State Crooks
Some foreign governments are waking up the fact that the US has some very dishonest and criminally calculating individuals within its DOJ, FBI and other Deep State government agencies.
It’s time for US courts and agencies to do the same.
Earlier this week it was reported that one of the leaders in the DOJ for the past few decades, Andrew Weissmann, allegedly committed criminal acts in his interactions with a Russian in Europe at the beginning of the Mueller investigation.
The Daily Caller reported –
The ink was still drying on special counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment papers when his chief deputy, the famously aggressive and occasionally controversial prosecutor Andrew Weissmann, made a bold but secret overture in early June 2017.
Weissmann quietly reached out to the American lawyers for Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash with a tempting offer: Give us some dirt on Donald Trump in the Russia case, and Team Mueller might make his 2014 U.S. criminal charges go away.
Weissmann is anything but ‘occasionally controversial’. Attorney Sidney Powell was on the Mark Levin Show in January and discussed dirty cops and attorneys Robert Mueller and Andrew Weissmann from their years overseeing the Enron and Arthur Andersen cases. Their actions were corrupt and criminal and cost the jobs, savings and careers of more than 85,000 individuals at Andersen and Enron.
Weissmann and Mueller are dirty, so it comes as no surprise that they offered a Russian incentives to lie about President Trump.
The shocking piece of information in the report from the Hill about the latest criminal action by these two gangsters, is that a foreign national brought their illegal actions to a foreign court and the foreign court listened and responded accordingly.
In the Hill’s piece, they report that:
Remarkably, Firtash turned down Weissmann’s plea overtures even though the oligarch has been trapped in Austria for five years, fighting extradition on U.S. charges in Chicago alleging that he engaged in bribery and corruption in India related to a U.S. aerospace deal. He denies the charges.
The oligarch’s defense team told me that Firtash rejected the deal because he didn’t have credible information or evidence on the topics Weissmann outlined.
But now, as Firtash escalates his fight to avoid extradition, the Weissmann overture is being offered to an Austrian court as potential defense evidence that the DOJ’s prosecution is flawed by bogus evidence and political motivations.
In a sealed court filing in Austria earlier this month, Firtash’s legal team compared the DOJ’s 13-year investigation of Firtash to the medieval inquisitions. It cited Weissmann’s overture as evidence of political motivation, saying the prosecutor dangled the “possible cessation of separate criminal proceedings against the applicant if he were prepared to exchange sufficiently incriminating statements for wide-ranging comprehensively political subject areas which included the U.S. President himself as well as the Russian President Vladimir Putin.”
After years of litigation, the U.S. Justice Department won a ruling in Austria to secure Firtash’s extradition to Chicago. But then his legal team secretly filed new evidence that included the Weissmann overture, and Austrian officials suddenly reversed course last week and ordered a new, lengthy delay in extradition.
The Austrian government is on to the Deep State and their actions show it.
Other countries like Italy and the UK are yet to act. This is because they worked with the corrupt individuals within the US Deep State entities for decades.
Italy did fire its top intelligence operatives earlier this year so they are coming around.
As the pendulum swings towards justice these countries may come around as well.
Recent changes in leadership in these countries might help too.
Slowly the world and the US are beginning to see the corruption and destruction emanating from the US intelligence and justice systems. Some countries are beginning to act.
Hat tip D. Manny