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Mueller’s ‘Pit Bull’ Andrew Weissmann Busted for Withholding Evidence in Previous Case “Reprehensible and subject, perhaps, to appropriate disciplinary measures”

 

 

 

  • In 1997 Andrew Weissmann was officially reprimanded by a judge in the Eastern District of New York for withholding evidence.

 

  • Weissmann was reported to the Department of Justice Inspector General and Senate Judiciary Committee for alleged “corrupt legal practices.”

 

  • A formal letter from U.S. Attorney Eastern District of New York Zachary Carter requested the judge to remove Weissman’s name, according to documents.

 

  • Civil rights and Criminal Defense Attorney David Schoen said Weissmann needs to be investigated for alleged past misconduct in court cases.

 

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The top attorney in Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s office was reported to the Department of Justice’s Inspector General by a lawyer representing whistleblowers for alleged “corrupt legal practices” more than a year before the 2016 presidential election and a decade before to the Senate Judiciary Committee , this reporter has learned.

 

Described by the New York Times as Mueller’s ‘pitbull,’ Andrew Weissmann, a former Eastern District of New York Assistant U.S. Attorney, rose through the ranks to eventually become Mueller’s general counsel at the F.B.I.

 

In 2015 Weissmann was selected to run the Department of Justice’s criminal fraud section and was later handpicked by Mueller to join the ongoing Special Counsel’s Office investigation into the alleged obstruction and alleged collusion between Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.

But Weissmann’s rise to the top was rocky from the start. Although he’s been described as a tough prosecutor by some, his involvement in a case targeting the Colombo crime family in a New York Eastern District Court was the first of many that would draw criticism from his peers, as well as judges.

 

READ MORE:    https://saraacarter.com/muellers-pit-bull-andrew-weissmann-busted-withholding-evidence-previous-case...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


yeah, that mueller has nothing.

 

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READ MORE:    https://saraacarter.com/muellers-pit-bull-andrew-weissmann-busted-withholding-evidence-previous-case...

 

 


When someone uses the same debunked, disgraced, deceptive, and misinformative media sources over and over and over........ even in the face of data that proves the media source to be spurious...... maybe they need to be told in a different manner.

 

Poetry would be good.

 

There once was a "journalist" named Carter,

Whose truthfulness was a nonstarter,

She lied all the time,

To make an extra dime,

And she will never, never be any smarter.

 

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Mueller’s ‘Pit Bull’ Andrew Weissmann Busted for Withholding Evidence in Previous Case “Reprehensible and subject, perhaps, to appropriate disciplinary measures”

 

 

 

  • In 1997 Andrew Weissmann was officially reprimanded by a judge in the Eastern District of New York for withholding evidence.

 

  • Weissmann was reported to the Department of Justice Inspector General and Senate Judiciary Committee for alleged “corrupt legal practices.”

 

  • A formal letter from U.S. Attorney Eastern District of New York Zachary Carter requested the judge to remove Weissman’s name, according to documents.

 

  • Civil rights and Criminal Defense Attorney David Schoen said Weissmann needs to be investigated for alleged past misconduct in court cases.

 

UPDATED

The top attorney in Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s office was reported to the Department of Justice’s Inspector General by a lawyer representing whistleblowers for alleged “corrupt legal practices” more than a year before the 2016 presidential election and a decade before to the Senate Judiciary Committee , this reporter has learned.

 

Described by the New York Times as Mueller’s ‘pitbull,’ Andrew Weissmann, a former Eastern District of New York Assistant U.S. Attorney, rose through the ranks to eventually become Mueller’s general counsel at the F.B.I.

 

In 2015 Weissmann was selected to run the Department of Justice’s criminal fraud section and was later handpicked by Mueller to join the ongoing Special Counsel’s Office investigation into the alleged obstruction and alleged collusion between Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.

But Weissmann’s rise to the top was rocky from the start. Although he’s been described as a tough prosecutor by some, his involvement in a case targeting the Colombo crime family in a New York Eastern District Court was the first of many that would draw criticism from his peers, as well as judges.

 

READ MORE:    https://saraacarter.com/muellers-pit-bull-andrew-weissmann-busted-withholding-evidence-previous-case...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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