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next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 21, 2018 02:44PM

Next after jenifer blew it trying to blame Robert Mueller for sending 4 inocent mobsters to prison We Will now blame him for the failures in most complex Investigation in Law Enforcement history.

debating her propaganda is like first Aid to the dead!

I think its clear now with what jenifer posted and what Federal trial Judge Ms. Gertner said about Mueller not involved in anyway.

This spin is about one thing and one thing only to discredit Robert Mueller investigation of Trump Period case closed!

So on to next smear jennifer, but read this first about most complicated Investigation in Law Enforcement history before you buy her spin go to--

Lessons from the Anthrax Investigation - Berkeley Law Scholarship ...
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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 22, 2018 02:10AM

If you read into failures in most complex Investigation in Law Enforcement history, where the failures where, then see some try to say Mueller guilty
of flubbing Antrax investigation speaks volumes.

A person needs to read about Investigations complexity, then you will see placing blame on Mueller pure horse @#$%& with an Agenda to discredit Muellers Invetigation of Trump bottom line.

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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 23, 2018 04:02PM

That was a piss poor attempt by Jenifer blaming Muller for false Imprisonment of the 4 mobsters. Now next attempt Anthraz Spin City

Qoute Judge Federal Judge Gertner

-There is no evidence that the assertion is true. I was the federal judge who presided over a successful lawsuit brought against the government by two of those men and the families of the other two, who had died in prison. Based on the voluminous evidence submitted in the trial, and having written a 105-page decision awarding them $101.8 million, I can say without equivocation that Mr. Mueller, who worked in the United States attorney’s office in Boston from 1982 to 1988, including a brief stint as the acting head of the office, had no involvement in that case. He was never even mentioned.



Look what Mueller has done in first trial here with Manafort.
10x8 not bad.
He would have been convicted of all charges but just one juror held out that says Mueller good at his job.

So how many Plea bargins How many Guilty pleas, how many Indictments has Mueller scored now?

And he is slime Ha HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa

Trump Cult Time Almost Up.

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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: August 23, 2018 04:25PM

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riverhousebill

Look what Mueller has done in first trial here with Manafort.
10x8 not bad.
He would have been convicted of all charges but just one juror held out that says Mueller good at his job.

So how many Plea bargins How many Guilty pleas, how many Indictments has Mueller scored now?


You can bet your a*s that one juror's life is in danger from the Violent Bully/Thug Lib Mob.

And yet with all the plea bargains to save their as*es, indictments from nothing crimes from 12 years ago so they're moot, and guilty pleas on nothing of relevance to the investigation -

And oh yeah - and Cohen pleading guilty to charges that aren't even illegal - lol

Mueller still (after what - 19 months or something) has absolutely NO EVIDENCE OF ANY TRUMP/RUSSIAN COLLUSION.

The Mueller Investigation is Still a Nothing Burger.

LOL

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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 24, 2018 01:47AM

Jenifer you lied when you said Muller sent the mobsters to prison.

Qoute Judge Federal Judge Gertner

-There is no evidence that the assertion is true. I was the federal judge who presided over a successful lawsuit brought against the government by two of those men and the families of the other two, who had died in prison. Based on the voluminous evidence submitted in the trial, and having written a 105-page decision awarding them $101.8 million, I can say without equivocation that Mr. Mueller, who worked in the United States attorney’s office in Boston from 1982 t

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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 26, 2018 05:47AM

debating Jennifers propaganda is like first Aid to the dead!

What part of this quote from Federal Judge Gertner
cant you comprehend?

Your lie is proven here with Gertners Quote.

You did say Mueller sent these inocent mobsters to prison!


Spin again my dear!

Qoute Judge Federal Judge Gertner

-There is no evidence that the assertion is true. I was the federal judge who presided over a successful lawsuit brought against the government by two of those men and the families of the other two, who had died in prison. Based on the voluminous evidence submitted in the trial, and having written a 105-page decision awarding them $101.8 million, I can say without equivocation that Mr. Mueller, who worked in the United States attorney’s office in Boston from 1982 to 1988, including a brief stint as the acting head of the office, had no involvement in that case. He was never even mentioned.

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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 26, 2018 10:12AM

Lost you Ass my dear Now stop making an assless ass of your self please Im embarased for you.

Quote Jennifer
You can bet your a*s that one juror's life is in danger from the Violent Bully/Thug Lib Mob.

Now Quote the juror - she does not feel threatened and wanted to shed light on the case.

Manafort Juror: One Holdout Blocked Conviction on All Counts - NYMag
nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/.../manafort-juror-one-holdout-blocked-conviction.ht...
3 days ago - Manafort Juror: One 'Holdout' Kept Him From Being Convicted on All ... said she does not feel threatened and wanted to shed light on the case.

Bully/Thug Lib Mob PARANOIA Isim illness my dear

Jennifer What you Paranoid? her life is in danger? Libs?

Well at least one person is paranoid for the juror, Thats what happens when your news source is the FOX Trump Loop.

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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 26, 2018 02:50PM

What are you Paranoid? Mueller sends inocent mobsters to prison???

Lost you Ass my dear Now stop making an assless ass of your self please Im embarased for you.

Quote Jennifer
You can bet your a*s that one juror's life is in danger from the Violent Bully/Thug Lib Mob.

Now Quote the juror - she does not feel threatened and wanted to shed light on the case.

Manafort Juror: One Holdout Blocked Conviction on All Counts - NYMag
nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/.../manafort-juror-one-holdout-blocked-conviction.ht...
3 days ago - Manafort Juror: One 'Holdout' Kept Him From Being Convicted on All ... said she does not feel threatened and wanted to shed light on the case.

Bully/Thug Lib Mob PARANOIA Isim illness my dear

Jennifer What you Paranoid? her life is in danger? Libs?

Well at least one person is paranoid for the juror, Thats what happens when your news source is the FOX Trump Loop.[/quote]



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Re: next bogus smear about Robert Mueller Anthrax Investigation
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 26, 2018 03:59PM

Quote Jnnifer The Mueller Investigation is Still a Nothing Burger.

HA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A NOTHING BURGER she wrote HA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

Small Burgers, Almost nothing burgers compared to the Big Mac Munching POTUS who Mueller will take down.


Heres the nothing burger menu my dear Trump Cultist scarf it up




Here's everyone who has been charged and convicted in Mueller's Russia probe so far
Brennan Weiss, Ellen Cranley and Bryan Logan Aug. 21, 2018, 7:33 PM

Robert Mueller.
Paul Manafort, former chairman of the Trump campaign, was found guilty on eight federal charges of bank and tax fraud in a Virginia court on Tuesday. The jury failed to reach unanimous verdicts on 10 other charges. The judge in the case declared a mistrial on those.

This ends the first of two trials Manafort is facing as part of the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

Since taking over the investigation last May, Mueller's team has charged four Americans once affiliated with Trump's campaign or administration, 13 Russian nationals, 12 Russian intelligence officers, three Russian companies, and two other people.

Here's everyone who's been charged in the Mueller probe so far:


Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chairman
Former Donald Trump presidential campaign manager Paul Manafort. Elsa/Getty Images
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was found guilty on eight federal counts of bank and tax fraud on Tuesday. Manafort was convicted on five counts of tax fraud, two counts of bank fraud, and one count of failure to report foreign bank accounts.

He was facing a total of 18 counts, but the jury failed to reach unanimous verdicts on 10 of them. The judge in the case declared a mistrial on those 10 counts. Manafort could face years in prison when he's sentenced.

Manafort surrendered to federal authorities on October 30, 2017, after he was indicted, along with his business associate Rick Gates, on 12 counts, including conspiracy against the US and money laundering.

He was forced to step down as Trump's campaign chairman in May 2016 after coming under fire for his connections to Russian oligarchs and his past lobbying efforts abroad.

Manafort was also associated with at least 15 bank accounts and 10 companies in Cyprus, dating back to 2007, NBC News reported in March, and the FBI has issued grand-jury subpoenas to several banks for Manafort's records.

Trump's former campaign chairman is accused of committing crimes while working as an unregistered lobbyist in the US for the Ukrainian government and pro-Russia interests beginning in 2006.

His second trial begins in Washington on September 17.


Rick Gates, one of Manafort's business partners
Gates was a campaign aide to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Evan Vucci/AP
In October 2017, Gates was indicted along with Manafort on 12 counts, including conspiracy against the US, making false statements, and failing to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts. He at first pleaded not guilty on all counts.

Gates joined Trump election efforts in the spring of 2016, working as Manafort's deputy. He traveled with Trump and grew close with many top campaign officials.

After Manafort was ousted as Trump's campaign chief in August 2016, Gates continued working on behalf of the soon-to-be president, helping fundraise $25 million for the pro-Trump nonprofit America First Policies and working on Trump's inaugural committee. As Mueller's probe intensified in the early months of the Trump administration, Gates left the nonprofit altogether.

But as recently as June 2017, The Daily Beast reported that Gates was still visiting the White House and working under Tom Barrack, who has remained one of Trump's most trusted advisers.

Gates opted to take a plea deal in late February, pleading guilty to one charge of lying to investigators and one charge of conspiracy in exchange for becoming a cooperating witness in the Mueller probe. He testified against Manafort as the prosecution's star witness in its case in Virginia.

Gates confessed to committing crimes with Manafort, and also stealing millions of dollars from his longtime business partner to finance an extramartial affair.

Defense attorneys sought to paint Gates as the mastermind of his and Manafort's tax and bank fraud.


George Papadopoulos, a former Trump campaign adviser. Trump Campaign
On the same day Mueller's office announced the indictments of Manafort and Gates, it was revealed that George Papadopoulos, a 30-year-old former Trump adviser, had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia.

According to documents that were unsealed by the Mueller investigation, Papadopoulos had made at least six attempts to set up a meeting between the Trump campaign and Russian representatives throughout the course of the 2016 presidential campaign, using a London-based professor named Joseph Mifsud and a female Russian national as conduits.

He was arrested October 5, 2017, and subsequently cooperated with Mueller's team.

Trump has described Papadopoulos as a low-level volunteer.

"Few people knew the young, low level volunteer named George, who has already proven to be a liar," Trump tweeted following news of the guilty plea. "Check the DEMS!"

Special counsel Robert Mueller last week recommended that Papadopoulos be sentenced to as many as six months in prison.


Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser.
Flynn, who has reportedly been at the center of Mueller's investigation for months, is perhaps the most high-profile person to be indicted to date.

On December 1, 2017, he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his conversations last December with Russia's ambassador to the US at the time, Sergey Kislyak.

An indictment filed by Mueller's office said Flynn "falsely stated" on December 29, 2016 that he did not ask Kislyak "to refrain from escalating the situation in response to sanctions that the United States had imposed against Russia that same day," and that Flynn did not recall Kislyak "subsequently telling him that Russia had chosen to moderate its response to those sanctions as a result of his request."

Trump fired Flynn in February 2016, citing an "evolving and eroding level of trust" after the former national security adviser lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his interactions with Kislyak.

The firing was "not based on a legal issue, but based on a trust issue," Sean Spicer, who was then the White House press secretary, said at the time.

Flynn had been on the job for just 25 days.


13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies
Businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin was among those indicted by Mueller on February 16, 2018. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP
On February 16, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictments of 13 Russian citizens and three companies allegedly involved in meddling in the US political system.

"The defendants allegedly conducted what they called 'information warfare against the United States' with the stated goal of spreading distrust towards the candidates and the political system in general," Rosenstein said.

The charges focused on the Internet Research Agency (IRA), a notorious Russian "troll factory" that focused on sowing political discord during the 2016 US election by using internet bots to spread fake news and pro-Trump propaganda on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms.

Yevgeny Prigozhin, a prominent businessman and associate of President Vladimir Putin who helped fund the IRA, was charged along with two of his businesses.

The defendants included 12 other Russian citizens, all of whom were identified as former IRA employees who played a role in Russian influence operations before, during, and after the 2016 election.

They are: Mikhail Bystrov, Mikhail Burchik, Aleksandra Krylova, Sergey Polozov, Anna Bogacheva, Maria Bovda, Robert Bovda, Dzheykhun Aslanov, Vadim Podkopaev, Gleb Vasilchenko, Irina Kaverzina, and Vladimir Venkov.


California businessman Richard Pinedo
Richard Pinedo.
California resident Richard Pinedo pleaded guilty to one count of identity fraud on February 12, according to court documents.

The plea deal's release came immediately after Mueller's office announced charges against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities accused of interfering in the 2016 US election by mounting an elaborate and multi-faceted social media influence operation meant to sow political discord during and after the race.

According to the statement of offense, Pinedo ran a company called "Auction Essistance," which offered services meant to get around the security requirements set by online payment companies like eBay, PayPal, and Amazon. Auction Essistance was shut down in December.

To help customers circumvent the security protocols set up by online payment websites, Pinedo created bank accounts on the internet using fraudulent identities and then sold those account numbers to Auction Essistance customers, the statement of offense said.

It added that although Pinedo was not directly involved in registering the accounts while using fake identities, "he willfully and intentionally avoided learning about the use of stolen identities."


Alex van der Zwaan, a Dutch lawyer tied to Manafort and Gates
Alex van der Zwaan.
Alex van der Zwaan pleaded guilty on February 20 to one count of making false statements to federal investigators.

Van der Zwaan represents the interests of numerous Russian oligarchs. He is also the son-in-law of German Khan, the Ukrainian-Russian billionaire who controls Russia's Alfa Bank.

The institution attracted scrutiny last year, when a dossier published by former British spy Christopher Steele alleged that Alfa Bank had played a role in meddling in the 2016 US election.

Van der Zwaan was charged with "willfully and knowingly" making "false, fictitious, and fraudulent statements and representations" to federal investigators about his work for the law firm Skadden, Arps, Meagher, & Flom LLP and Affiliates in 2012.

He was also accused of misleading federal investigators about his communications with Gates.


12 Russian intelligence officers
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Jacquelyn Martin/AP
On July 13, Rosenstein announced the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers for the hacking of the Democratic National Committee before the 2016 US presidential election.

All 12 indicted are members of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence unit. The accusations against them include conspiring to interfere with the election by hacking computers, stealing documents, and releasing those documents with intent to interfere.

In early 2017, US intelligence identified the hacking of the DNC and the spreading of emails intended to hurt Democrats and the party's 2016 presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, as the main pillar of Russia's election interference campaign.

These charges represented the first time Mueller's office directly pointed a finger at the Russian government for interfering in the election.

Announced three days before Trump met with Putin in Helsinki, the indictments were a main point of contention between the press, lawmakers, and Trump, who did not directly confront Putin over the charges.

Originally stating that he didn't "see any reason why" Russia would be responsible for the election meddling, Trump corrected himself a day later, adding he has "full faith" in US intelligence.

HA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Quote this fool
Jennifer
Oops, couldn't resist taking a peek at all the websites, articles I have to choose from for my expose tomorrow on Robert Mueller and how the screwed up the Anthrax cases.

Oops that was a week ago Miss Oops my dear cultist still waiting to hear and learn how one man screwed up the anthrax case Most complicated Investigation in Law enforcement history Oopsy dupsy



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