Special Adviser Robert Mueller and his team reportedly received a "nude selfie" as they examined whether Russia was involved in the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election.
A lawyer for the Russian company Concord Management and Consulting LLC That stood in the crosshairs of the Mueller team because it had allegedly intervened in the election, and made on Thursday the strange lawsuit.
"Could the manner in which he collected a nude selfie really endanger the national security of the United States lawyer Eric Dubelier asked in a file that supported a request for compelling discovery.
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. "Could the manner in which he collected a nude selfie truly endanger the national security of the United States?"
It remained unclear who was shown on the erotic photo or as he was allegedly in the possession of the special lawyer was advised. 19659003] The company also challenged the Mueller investigation, citing it as a "first case" and claiming that the Special Prosecutor has attempted "to completely annihilate the remaining rights of Concord in order to defend itself, and typically offers just a completely misleading case authority for the notable suggestion that he should continue to be able to whisper secrets to the court. "
" Since the Special Counsel once got away, like him In his motion, this opposition is likely to be unsuccessful, but we must object to both Concord and any other defendant to whom the Special Counsel believes the law, and the United States rules no longer apply to his novel adventures, "added add the submission.
Dubelier further claimed that Müller illegally "keeps millions of pages of unclassified discoveries" from the defense and works with the utmost secrecy that "criminal proceedings are not prosecuted in the United States under criminal law" (Law & Crime). 19659003] At one point of filing, the lawyer of the Russian firm also mocked the legal expertise of the legal counsel because he had cited two other cases as relevant to this case.
"A law student in the first year would probably ask the question [one such case] the Special Advocate here helps, "wrote Dubelier.
" Next, it looks like the Special Counsel threw 19459017 just to get a case from that circle, "he added." It's reasonable to ask if he does just thrown the Federal Reporter with an arrow. "