On Friday, the special counsel released a superseding indictment against Paul Manafort. The full document is below:
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On Friday, the special counsel returned the following superseding criminal information in the case against Richard Gates. Gates entered into a plea agreement on Friday afternoon; a statement of offense and plea agreement are below.
On Thursday, a grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia charged Paul Manafort and Richard Gates on a total of 32 counts related to bank fraud, tax fraud, and failure to report foreign bank accounts. The special counsel also released a status report on the case.
On Tuesday morning, the special counsel filed the following criminal information document in D.C. federal district court. The document describes false statements made by Alex van der Zwaan. After a plea hearing on Tuesday afternoon, the special counsel's office released a statement of offense and plea agreement for van der Zwaan.
On Feb. 12, the special counsel's office and Richard Pinedo entered a plea agreement. The agreement, as well as the criminal information document and statement of the offense, are below.
The special counsel has indicted thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian entities on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States. Three defendants are also charged with wire fraud and bank fraud, and five defendants with aggravated identity theft. The full indictment is below:
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court sent the following letters to the chairmen of the House intelligence and judiciary committees on Thursday.
Letter to House intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes:
Documents: Congressional Task Force on Election Security January 2018 Report and the Election Security Act
House Democrats released a report and legislation on election security.
On Tuesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sent the following letter and proposal to House Committee on Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce, including a proposal for a Bureau for Cyberspace and the Digital Economy within the State Department.
The New York Times filed the following motion with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court requesting the public release of the applications for and orders authorizing electronic surveillance of Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page.