Why Trump was wrong to call the Adam Schiff memo a "total political and legal BUST."
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Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have released their rebuttal to the memo on alleged surveillance abuses prepared by Chairman Devin Nunes. The rebuttal memo is available in full below.
On Friday, the special counsel released a superseding indictment against Paul Manafort. The full document is below:
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.
An overview of additional charges and information made public Thursday.
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.
Russian election interference is a serious threat. But the special counsel’s indictment of Russian trolls doesn’t show that the Kremlin won Trump the election.
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.
The indictment reveals information that can inadvertently aid U.S. adversaries.
The closest analogy for Mueller’s decision to charge the Russian trolls is probably the May 2014 indictment in United States v. Wang Dong, in which officers of a special unit of the Chinese People's Liberation Army were accused of hacking U.S. companies to steal intellectual property.