Robert Mueller Asks Judge To Hide Russian Election Evidence From The Russians Accused of Election Interference…

Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller has taken the concept of the Star Chamber to new levels of dangerous judicial prosecution.  In a motion in Washington DC today Mueller’s team scramble to hide their invisible evidence after the people they indicted demand the right to see it.

“Muh beloved institutions”…

Everyone who has researched the actual substance behind the heavily promoted Russian indictments knows the underlying claims are centered on the thinnest of evidence. Given the nature of the politicization behind the Mueller investigation, many people even argue there is no actual evidence; it’s a manufactured ruse created only for purpose of advancing a necessary political narrative, an excuse for media column inches and pundit talks.

And there is a great deal of reason to believe the cynics are entirely accurate; particularly when you overlay the series of events that highlight the prosecution never thought anyone would actually show up in court and challenge their claims.

Greasy Bear hackers and Macedonian Bot Farms might sound like a good justification for a prosecution when pitched to an incurious media. However, when Greasy Bear and the accused Macedonian’s show up in court, well, the prosecutors might just have a problem.

That is the backdrop for this latest series of bizarre requests from the Special Prosecutor to seal the evidence against the accused:

BLOOMBERG – […] Mueller asked a federal judge in Washington for an order that would protect the handover of voluminous evidence to lawyers for Concord Management and Consulting LLC, one of three companies and 13 Russian nationals charged in a February indictment. They are accused of producing propaganda, posing as U.S. activists and posting political content on social media as so-called trolls to encourage strife in the U.S.

The threat of public or unauthorized disclosure of evidence would help foreign intelligence services, particularly in Russia, in “future operations against the United States,” Mueller’s prosecutors wrote in a filing Tuesday.

“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,” prosecutors wrote.

Improper disclosure would tip foreign intelligence services about how the U.S. operates, which would “allow foreign actors to learn of those techniques and adjust their conduct, thus undermining ongoing and future national security operations,” according to the filing.  (read more)

Last month Robert Mueller attempted to get the trial delayed, and the judge rejected the arguments.  Now Robert Mueller is attempting to get the judge to hide the mysteriously important evidence he claims to possess that underpins the entire case.

It appears Team Mueller is doing everything they can to avoid admitting there is no ‘there‘ there and this was all a political stunt.  Such an admission would essentially destroy the entire Russian Election Interference narrative.

…. And so the saga of the ruse continues.  Stay tuned.

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555 Responses to Robert Mueller Asks Judge To Hide Russian Election Evidence From The Russians Accused of Election Interference…

  1. mr.piddles says:

    Legal Word Salad + “Sources and Methods” = Bullsh*t Story.

    Simple equation, really.

    Liked by 8 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Yep.

      If I have learned one thing over these last couple years, it is that “sources and methods” = ‘the last refuge of a scoundrel’.

      Liked by 8 people

      • SteveC says:

        Yup, there are REAL people who can verify whether sources and methods are compromised, and in the defense industry/DoD world (hardly a model of efficiency), that check takes days to weeks.
        And you can almost always sanitize the information with regard to sources and methods and not hide the content.
        This is intentional BS.

        Liked by 1 person

  2. Liberty Forge says:

    The Gateway Pundit has a breaking story that Andrew McCabe has now sued the DOJ, FBI and the IG over his firing.

    The story is developing…..

    Liked by 3 people

  3. mike croft says:

    Mueller (needs a) Day Off

    Liked by 4 people

  4. mr.piddles says:

    Franz Kafka called. He wants his idea back.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Richard Whitney says:

    Doesn’t this parallel the Flynn case? Mueller is stalling on turning over to the Flynn defense the exculpatory evidence. Mueller must know that that is the end of the road. Now, he has a similar quandary in a case he manufactured.
    Is it possible that the law firm now representing the Russian defendants came to the defense as part of the white hats, not just the ostensible defendants?

    Liked by 3 people

    • CollusionMyth says:

      Don’t forget Manafort is putting pressure on Herr Mueller too.

      Liked by 8 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Mueller rather than taking a partisan political approach should have wrapped this up six months ago. He better hope that like Comey and McCabe that he is not a dirty cop in need of a pardon. 500 years ago Machavelli warned about dong injury to the King…if the swamp did not kill POTUS, there will be hell to pay in draining it. Consequences!

      Liked by 4 people

      • trialbytruth says:

        Lol, G. Alistar has your spell check been spending time on adult sites ; )

        Liked by 2 people

      • TomJ says:

        This is far from over. Before this is finished I expect at the least a statement of some wrong doings of the President. They did not go this far and spend this kind of money to all of a sudden clear the President.

        In addition, the Dems and Never Trumpers are far to complacent in stating wait until the Mueller probe is finished. They most likely already know what is coming.

        The only way to head this off is to shut it down. But with Sessions as AG that is not going to happen.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Paul Killinger says:

      Sen Grassley’s on-going investigation has the potential to eviscerate the Flynn prosecution entirely.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Judge Sullivan ordered Mueller to turn over exculpatory evidence to Flynn’s lawyers in December 2017. On February 14, 2018, Mueller requests that the evidence he will turn over be sealed. (We don’t know if it ever was turned over because Flynn’s team can’t discuss it now.) On February 16, 2018, the DOJ filed the indictment against the Russian actors.

      Liked by 3 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      I want to know this: if our Department of Justice thinks it is perfectly all right to accuse the Russians of meddling in the 2016 election and that Donald Trump was in on it with them, then why couldn’t the Israelis bring in a case against Ehud Barak who won against Netanyahu with the help of James Carville, et al? Rhetorical question, I guess – as that is long past – but when we have had people from America meddling in the political system of another country, I want to know why couldn’t those countries turn around and do the same?

      What about all the mayhem, murder, rapes, forced marriages of Coptic Christian girls and all the violence during the Arab Spring in Egypt, with a Muslim Brotherhood guy being put in charge with the help of Obama and Hillary? Why was that all right?

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Just a thought says:

    This Rumpole is a troll. He pretends to be the voice of open-minded reason, but just like the BBC ultra-leftist T.V show “Rumpole of the Bailey”, he is mindlessly biased. Only ever provides one side of the argument.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Dennis says:

    If Russia finds out how to post ads on Facebook, all is lost.

    Liked by 12 people

  8. Dennis says:

    If Russia finds out how to post ads on Facebook, all is lost.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Oldschool says:

    This is exactly what Howie said they would use as a reason not to prosecute the mccabes, comeys, brennans, et al. Classified evidence, impossible to disclose. I don’t think it coincidence that mueller is pulling this out now. Setting a precedent?. I hope howie is reading and weighs in, but he may be MIA again. He knows this topic well.

    Liked by 7 people

  10. joeknuckles says:

    Mueller is a fake prosecutor, presenting a fake case with fake indictments of fake Russians for fake crimes surrounding a fake Russian collusion conspiracy theory.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Maquis says:

      To take down possibly the truest President ever.

      Surely the greatest.

      That makes Mueller, what? Seditious? Treasonous? Corrupt as Sin?

      I’ll go with all the above, and then some.

      Liked by 5 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      The only thing that’s real in the Mueller investigation is the millions of taxpayer dollars that are being flushed down the toilet.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Brian Baker says:

        Also real is their political targets having to lawyer up and defend against overzealous prosecutors with endless resources.

        Liked by 2 people

      • CountryDoc says:

        I think the millions are probably less expensive than it would take to prosecute Soros, Obama, Clinton, and other globalists separately. The tide is turning in public opinion. The stench of the deep swamp is being released. Those few leftists with true hearts and some cognition are beginning to recognize the smell and behavior of swamp rats — and the money being spent on it is well worth it. We don’t even have to put a message in media. The huge smelly, putrefied pile of evil decay is slithering out of the swamp, because the light is being shone. Even the One, Slick Willie, the Pantsuit, and more and more of the Media Lackeys are metamorphosing into clearly identifiable toxic trash.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Yep. He’s in a hole. Should practice the hole theory.

      “When you are in a hole. Stop digging.”

      Liked by 2 people

    • trialbytruth says:

      but can you say that three times fast ruskie?

      Like

  11. Is that Peter Sellers in the pic with Bob the snob?

    Liked by 1 person

  12. safvetblog says:

    G’day, Rumpole – wave wave 🤗

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Newt Love says:

    I love the preceding comments. They are all USDA Prime cuts!

    I want to laugh at a farce Mueller left in court that somehow, nobody noticed the stinking hole in the SC complaint against the Russians.

    After the judge told Mueller and his Merry Band of angry Donkeys to proceed, the “special” counsel filed a motion that the case was “too complex” for them to be ready in less than a month.

    When pressed for details justifying that, the Mueller team said “We have 1.6 Million social media posts in Russian, and they all need to be translated before we can proceed.”

    Excuse me, Meathead Mueller, but how many Americans can be swayed by those social media posts in Russian, when almost NO Americans speak or read Russian, let alone understand their funny looking alphabet characters?

    Meathead Mueller, you are a laughing stock for claiming that those social media posts in Russian interfered with the American election.

    Mueller needs his Bar revoked, and be given an idiot card instead.

    Liked by 15 people

  14. Avi says:

    Rosenstein is the type of guy who under orders from Müller und Weißmann would push Jared and Ivanka’s kids into the shower.

    THERE I SAID IT!

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Juvenal says:

    How does he get away with this?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. If the evidence (terrabytes of it) is in Russian, how the heck would it influence enough Americans to change their vote?

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Paul Killinger says:

    This entire exercise to frame our President has been a Catch 22 from the start.

    Liked by 4 people

  18. fabrabbit says:

    No, not Catch 2, but Stalin’s NKVD.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Dutchman says:

    Now I know what DJT is waiting for, to fire Mueller AND Rosie.

    The point where EVERYONE begs him to, cause we cant watch it anymore.

    Its a mercy firing. “Please, Mr. President, put these guys outa their misery, so we don’t hafta watch anymore.

    At first, it was a clown show, but now, its just sad.”

    Liked by 5 people

    • TomJ says:

      Trump’s hands are tied. He cannot fire Mueller, Rosenstein or Sessions until the Mueller probe is done. If he does, he gets impeached and most likely convicted in the Senate.

      That is what they are all waiting for. The establishment and the Dems are very disappointed that Trump did not take the bait and fire any of the three.

      Trump is playing it as smart as he kind. He was dealt a very bad hand with Sessions. One that would of destroyed most people. But to his credit, he is a fighter, and may well overcome what looked like an impossible predicament.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dr. D says:

        I agree with much of what you say except unfortunately, it was Trump who chose Sessions. No doubt he wouldn’t have, if he had known about this crap (recusal, incompetence, etc. ) ahead of time. Just wish Sessions had declined or would resign.

        Like

  20. deplorable says:

    Hmmm, “would reveal sources and methods”, where have we heard that before? You mean like $70,000 tables purchased with taxpayer dollars and spy implants trying to lure, frame, and trick Trump campaign staff into doing something wrong?

    Liked by 6 people

  21. Dutchman says:

    This may be the FIRST S.C. investigation, where there really IS no “there, there”.

    Even tho some others went way off original coarse, they all found SOMETHING, didnt they?

    Clinton and Monica wasnt originally about that, it was,…whitewater, right?

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    • Dimbulbz says:

      There is no crime, (Collusion, is a word, not a crime) Of course there is no “there There”! Its the most absurd thing this government has ever done and people will be laughing about this for the rest of time. These people are complete and total fools, and anyone who would take them seriously are out of their minds. Unfortunately these idiots can ruin a lot of innocent peoples lives. This is the Clinton clown factory. All of them must owe Bill and Hillary, Therefore they say things and act like complete lunatics and expect us to take them seriously. And the media takes this to the bank like its money.

      Liked by 3 people

  22. BestBets says:

    Don’t forget that this all began to distract the low information public after the atrocious FBI bungling of the Parkland school shooting. Oh, look, something shiny!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Dutchman says:

    The risk in revealing sources and methods is SERIOUS AND REAL!

    We DONT want our adversaries to know how BAD our IC is at ‘spycraft’ or counter intel.

    Desperately covering up how our top intel people use the 8 ball, to make decisions! That, and flipping a coin,…

    CAN’T let them know about sources and methods,…oh, no.

    Could be fatal! Peoples LIVES in danger!
    Our adversaries might laugh themselves to death!

    Liked by 6 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      I fully expect this to be the reasoning given to a judge at some point in the near future.

      The perfect ending to the witch hunt.

      Liked by 1 person

    • pyromancer76 says:

      Once the 0 Administration got through revealing all — absolutely everything — how could there be any information that other countries did not have, either through pure giveaway, or through sloppy protections, or through hiring spies. The combination of evil and stupidity and arrogance for 8 years made a mess for our new Administration to clean up. Might as well reveal all those evil, stupid, and arrogant decisions and methods of old — because I can’t imagine many or any of them being relevant today.

      Liked by 2 people

  24. Dutchman says:

    How can you play a whole game, if every time you get the ball, you call the SAME play; a ‘hail mary’?

    Like

  25. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Mueller was a lousy FBI Director and he is a lousy Special Counsel.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. fred5678 says:

    This statement is illogical:

    “The threat of public or unauthorized disclosure of evidence would help foreign intelligence services, particularly in Russia, in “future operations against the United States,” Mueller’s prosecutors wrote in a filing Tuesday.”

    The THREAT of disclosure cannot possibly help Russia. The ACTUAL DISCLOSURE might help, but not the THREAT thereof.

    Duh.

    Liked by 3 people

    • 6x47 says:

      The Russians might learn how to retweet memes? Or how to join public social media forums and encourage real authentic Americans to put up Trump signs?

      The devils!

      Like

  27. youme says:

    This is the data Mueller is refusing to disclose:

    Rhee states there is “1.5 to 2 terabytes of data, covering hundreds of facilities that compromise the defendant’s operational accounts.”

    Liked by 4 people

  28. joeknuckles says:

    Robert Mueller III, after running a corrupt and politically motivated prosection (some called it a coup attempt) of our one of our greatest and most beloved presidents, Donald J. Trump, became known as “The Potemkin Prosecuter” for building cases and seeking indictments against his political enemies with virtually no evidence. He was known for intimidating witnesses into false confessions and planting false stories full of innuendo in the media, among other unscrupulous methods. He was prosecuted for his crimes and died in prison.

    If there is justice in this country, that’s what the history books will have to say about that POS.

    Liked by 5 people

    • 6x47 says:

      The colossal joke of it all is, a rag-tag group that speaks English as a 2nd language logging into Twitter and Facebook remotely via VPN, retweeting memes and scheduling rallies that real Americans showed up to, somehow overcame Hillary Clinton’s $1 billion campaign and her social media army of over 100.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. tempo150101 says:

    I’m Macedonian!!! (Actually American, but my parents are from there.) I guess John Law’s about to pay a visit.

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Fools Gold says:

    Nice catch Sundance! “Talk about back-pedaling” and I might add panic!

    Like

  31. Raven says:

    Catch 22, indeed.
    How could anyone provide a defence against Schrodinger’s cat?

    Though I suppose you could issue a writ of Habeas Corpus . . or Habeas Catus in this case.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. David Zink says:

    So telling the Russians what they did wrong would show them what they did wrong?

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Esperanza says:

    Kafka. The Trial.

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Raven says:

    There’s probably more comedy to come with this.

    Mueller indicts Concord Management and Consulting LLC.

    Mueller: We request a delay.

    Concord Management lawyers: No way. We want our day in court.

    Judge: So be it – please proceed.

    Concord Management lawyers: Please show us the evidence.

    Judge: So ordered.

    Mueller: This might take a while – there’s 1.5 Gb and it’s in Russian.

    – waiting, waiting, waiting –

    Mueller: We can’t show you the evidence because the Russians might find out how we caught them.

    Concord Management lawyers: Your Honour, if we can’t test the evidence, there is no way to proceed.
    Last time we spoke, I pointed out that prosecution had indicted the proverbial ham sandwich.
    On this occasion, prosecution doesn’t have a sandwich but is attempting prosecutorial baloney

    Liked by 8 people

  35. Yancey Ward says:

    Mueller’s fallback position is obvious- an honest man would ask for the indictment to be dismissed given the argument made in today’s filing release- you can’t indict someone and then refuse to turn over the evidence to the defense. If you think making the evidence public is dangerous to national security, you don’t bring an indictment in the first place, but if you have erred in that, then the next thing you do is to withdraw it. However, that is not what Mueller will do- he is forcing the judge, a Trump appointee, to dismiss the charges because of due process issues. This will then be followed by leaks from Mueller to the press about how the dismissal might have been corrupt.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Yancey- you just nailed it. We now know for sure that the ONLY reason Mule Head brought the action in an American court, where the defendants have the same protections as anyone else, is because he figured the Russians would never show up. Otherwise, like you said, why not just turn it over to his buddies in the CIA, FBI, NSA, etc. and keep it all confidential?

      Liked by 1 person

  36. LibertyONE says:

    MULEer to da judge…” Ya see your honor weez has no evidence and if weez give it to ya or the Russkies it would become public.And if weez goes to trial it could become public. Now do ya understand”?

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Guillermo Maguire says:

    Okay, so Mueller is saying that evidence must be suppressed so as not to tip off these election changing Russians that they are on to them? A little late there, dude.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. cbjoasurf says:

    It’s my fondest hope that on Thursday June 14, 2018 3:00 pm when the OIG Report is issued that indictments will drop and all the shenanigans in our corrupt Federal Government will be revealed to the American People

    Liked by 1 person

  39. rudy1876 says:

    Mueller is climbing my personal Top 10 Chart of those to wear orange first beating out McCabe this week after 100+weeks on the charts.

    Liked by 4 people

  40. iwasthere says:

    Of course, as I predicted – Mueller has ‘top secret’ evidence – that ‘without question’ proves ‘collusion’ (whatever that is), and this motion to seal /sarc – if the Judge is dumb enough to take the bait – will result in GRANTING Muellers motion – to protect sources and methods, etc. and then all charges will be eventual dismissed. So Mueller gets to keep the narrative going. I hope defense counsel is moving early and often for attorney fees against the SC. About the only thing we can say for sure about team Mueller and the NY Office – is they have mastery over Judge shopping.

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  41. SteveT says:

    I hope that we are not depending on world headlines for the IG report. The world headlines will be all about the start of the world cup soccer tournament.
    I also hope that I am wrong and that the report is so earth-shattering that it breaks through the attempt “to bury the bad news” with other news stories – a favourite leftist trick.

    SteveT

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    • bentley1blog says:

      SteveT…did you expect anything else to happen? Your assumption is what so many are expecting to hear from all sides. You are very insightful and on target after so much nonsense has been forced down our throats. Certainly not giving up the ship, but have doubts and hate feeling this way. Need to snap out of this!

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      • Amy2 says:

        I think “Comey was insubordinate” will be the narrative; but hope springs eternal! So sorry I will be at work when it comes out and not home ’til 11:30 p.m. It will be hard to focus!! An hour of drive time on the way home, so hopefully I can find something out in the sticks other than Michael Savage……

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  42. chuckyschmucky says:

    “They are accused of producing propaganda, posing as U.S. activists and posting political content on social media as so-called trolls to encourage strife in the U.S.”
    ———————————————————–

    Doesn’t this mean Mueller should be arresting the NY Slimes?

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  43. pnj01 says:

    Mueller is acting in an unlawful way, under the May 17, 2017 Order (3915-2017) appointing Mueller. The investigation he took over was NOT a criminal investigation; it was an intelligence investigation. According to Rosenstein’s Order (para.c), Mueller could pursue criminal cases but only if Mueller believes such criminal prosecutions were “necessary and appropriate.” HUH?? If Mueller can’t provide discovery because that would interfere with the intelligence investigation, the criminal prosecution is obviously neither necessary nor appropriate. He therefore has admitted that he is not authorized to pursue this criminal case. He stands condemned by his own motion.

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  44. Steve says:

    This is insane. PResident needs to order the Fed Marshall Service to surround the DOJ and FBI building, don’t allow anyone to leave or enter, and ransack every office, confiscate every electronic device, then make it all public. If a source gets burned, too bad. It’s more important at this point to clean house and restore the publics faith in these institutions. Or, just disband them altogether, and rely on the Marshall service to run things from here on…

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  45. Nancy J. Murphy says:

    The indictment was a scam. It was announced to deflect the news of that morning. The news of that morning was terrible- The FBI had been warned twice about Nikolas Cruz. There was a transcript of the hour long call the FBI had received from a very worried resident who was terrified that Nikolas would soon shoot up a school. That was the second warning the FBI had received and ignored. The field office receiving the warning never referred it to anyone. All the warnings were ignored. Rosenstein & crew threw that indictment together KNOWING the Russians would never appear in court to defend themselves. They KNEW that just like they KNEW Hillary would win. Surprise, Concord Management showed up in court. Mueller & team, having no real evidence asked the Judge for a postponement. It was denied. The “sources and methods” deal is another scam.

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  46. 335blues says:

    Comrade Mueller believes he is in a communist country
    where the prosecution can withhold “evidence” from the accused
    thus insuring there can be no defense.

    The judge should order shiitehead mueller to produce the evidence today.
    This is America, not some inhuman dictatorship.
    Mueller is making a mockery of our Constitution.

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  47. Mike diamond says:

    Muller??Mueller i could never trust this dude !

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  48. farrier105 says:

    I think what Mueller is trying to do is put these indictments under one of two shells. One shell is for a COUNTERINTELLIGENCE investigation. The second is for a CRIMINAL prosecution. After flipping them around about a dozen times, the cluck asks the judge to guess what shell the indictments are under.

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