New source documents: what was Robert Mueller's involvement in the Asimov case and plea deal?

Asimov got probation for having THOUSANDS of images of child porn.

In collaboration with @AnOpenSecret ImageImageImage
Only pled guilty to two counts of "possession of material containing child pornography," despite having thousands of images. Image
The sentence? 36 months probation. Image
Other parts of "punishment" -

Fine of $200
No computer
6 months home confinement
No alcohol Image

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Oct 16
The Danchenko transcripts -

Mueller Special Counsel denied its analysts' requests to interview Democrat Charles Dolan - a "source" of the Steele Dossier.

By doing so, Team Mueller prevented an inquiry that would have revealed its lies to the FISA Court.…

"We had been instructed at the [Mueller] SCO not to take further action on the matter involving Mr. Dolan and Mr. Danchenko's relationship."

A formal request to interview Dolan was submitted to a Mueller SCO FBI supervisor.

The request "sat for approximately three or four weeks."

She was told by her supervisor "it was not going to be opened."
Read 4 tweets
Apr 16
This is something -

That data Michael Sussmann passed to the CIA in 2017?

The CIA concluded it was not "technically plausible" and was "user created and not machine/tool generated"

[Thread on latest Durham filing] Image
Durham has granted immunity to "Researcher-2" - identified as David Dagon.

Dagon raised concerns to Sussmann that the Trump data "was being unlawfully collected and used"

As we predicted here:… ImageImage
There's more. It's big.

Trial immunity is granted to Christopher Steele.

The issue: Whether Sussmann was "was acting on behalf of the Clinton Campaign when he assembled and conveyed the Russian Bank-1 allegations"

Whew. ImageImage
Read 6 tweets
Sep 17, 2021
Look closer at Durham's indictment of Michael Sussmann -

There lurks potential charges against the Alfa Bank research group for using classified gov't data for their own political operation.
Durham sets the background by discussing a gov't contract where the researchers would receive classified data -

"in order to identify the perpetrators of malicious cyber-attacks and protect U.S. national security." Image
Durham continues -

the researchers "exploited" this data - which was provided to enable them to "protect U.S. networks" - to conduct their own political research. Image
Read 5 tweets
Jan 29, 2021
We are live for the Kevin Clinesmith sentencing hearing.

Clinesmith is charged with altering an email - falsifying a document - in an effort to get the 4th Carter Page FISA warrant.

Judge Boasberg has entered the hearing.

Follow this thread for updates. Image
Judge starts by hearing from Carter Page:

The national media accused me of being "an agent of a foreign power"

I've been harassed in person.

"I know what it's like for your life to be destroyed"
Carter Page:

I first collaborated with the CIA while in the military. I never betrayed that trust.

My life "spun out of control" due to the false allegations.

I had "no privacy" - everything was monitored by the gov't

They physically searched my belongings and hotel room.
Read 14 tweets
Dec 17, 2020
Edward Snowden exposed the worst 4th Amendment violations in US history: the unlawful collection of data on millions of Americans.

His fight was on behalf of the American people.

For that @Snowden deserves a pardon from @realDonaldTrump Image
Recall what Snowden helped expose:

1) The illegal collection of metadata of millions of Americans

2) NSA plans to "Collect it All" and "Exploit it All"

3) Economic espionage and the abuse of private data ImageImageImage
Forget the clichés and talking points of pundits and gov't officials.

Instead, read the source documents hosted by @ggreenwald

They show the scope of domestic surveillance abuses and global US operations. Image
Read 4 tweets
Dec 4, 2020
The DOJ has filed its Kevin Clinesmith sentencing memo

They want incarceration.

DOJ: Clinesmith wasn't just altering e-mails - he was lying about Carter Page in DMs to the FBI agent.

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Why the Clinesmith lie was material:

"It would raise the issue of whether [Carter Page] had those interactions with the intent to assist the US gov't."

It would go to the "loyalties" of Carter Page.

Clinesmith knew FISC needed to be informed.

@AWeissmann_ disagrees 🤦‍♂️ ImageImageImage
Clinesmith's lies "allowed the FBI to conduct surveillance" on @carterwpage thru a FISA application that "lacked probable cause"

He violated the duty of candor to the FISA court. ImageImage
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