Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly convinced that Russian agents are attempting to gather intelligence on his collusion probe; going so far as to request a “protective order” Tuesday to keep Kremlin-backed officials from gaining access to the investigation.
According to Law & Crime, Mueller and his top deputy Rush Atkinson “filed a 14-page motion” this week that argued his team should no longer be forced to disseminate key material to a Russian company indicted for meddling on social media.
Isn’t that convenient? Mueller believes he can violate the constitutional rights of defendants, simply because he is being overcome with paranoia, and having delusions of “Russian agents”?
“After review of the materials, defense counsel could seek permission from the Court to make additional disclosures. For any foreign national to whom defense counsel wishes to disclose sensitive materials, defense counsel would provide a firewall counsel for the government (separate from the prosecution team) with the name of any such individual contemporaneous to its request for Court approval,” states the motion.
The special counsel’s team is convinced that Concord Management -the indicted Russian company- would likely share any information it receives from Mueller with the Kremlin.
The aforementioned allegations of “interference operations” comprise most of Mueller’s argument for why this wide-ranging protective order should be granted. The motion notes:
Public or unauthorized disclosure of this case’s discovery would result in the release of information that would assist foreign intelligence services, particularly those of the Russian Federation, and other foreign actors in future operations against the United States. First, the substance of the government’s evidence identifies uncharged individuals and entities that the government believes are continuing to engage in interference operations like those charged in the present indictment.
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June 14th, 2018