The Department of Justice now says that officer Brian Benczkowski and other fraud attorneys at the Judicial Headquarters did not hold this meeting with Giuliani earlier this summer, knowing of a US lawyer's probe in Manhattan from two Giuliani employees who were being charged month after month , It is striking that the Ministry of Justice has to distance itself from the personal advocate of the President.
A justice spokesman made an unusual statement in which he tried to move the Ministry of Justice further away from Giuliani, who recently examined his business activities in Ukraine and the Ukraine. Elsewhere, he seemed to have a close relationship with him Trust President Donald Trump.
"When Mr Benczkowski and fraud lawyers met with Mr Giuliani, they were not aware of any investigations against Mr Giuliani 's staff in the southern district of New York. Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…95&Itemid=55 […] Department spokesman Peter Carr told the New York Times on Sunday that he first reported the meeting.
Justice officials said that Attorney General William Barr had been informed about the case in February when he took office Benczkowski's Department of Public Integrity Lawyers Forwarded
An officer familiar with the matter said Giuliani was not a key person in the case at the time, as the person said in the past few weeks.
Nonetheless New York prosecutors had Giuliani's eye on them months ago when a New York lawyer told CNN that Ag In February or March, FBI officials asked questions to Giuliani and his staff.
The Declaration of Justice is the second time in recent days that the ministry has publicly distanced itself from the political collateral damage Giuliani and his activities at the center of the impeachment investigation of the Parliament against the President.
On Friday, a senior justice official turned down statements from reigning White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, who combined a consideration for Ukrainian help with a judicial inquiry.