Robert Mueller’s dirty secrets have recently leaked to the media.
He led a vicious campaign against President Trump’s former campaign team that lasted almost two years.
But now, an interesting break in the case may prove to ruin Mueller once and for all.
Mueller’s Strange Activities in London.
Special prosecutors working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller interviewed an official at a strange location.
Last year, an official at the U.S. Embassy in London was interviewed.
But the reason why is unclear.
The official reportedly had ties to George Papadopoulos, the former Trump campaign adviser.
This sparked the FBI’s collusion investigation.
The official was a former Navy commander who works with the Office of Defense Cooperation named Terrence Dudley.
He reported that Mueller’s office contacted him over several weeks to discuss his contact with Papadopoulos.
But now Dudley is sure the official was sent to spy on him on behalf of the U.S. government.
Government Surveillance — Issue or Illusion?
Papadopoulos later tweeted about the contacts he had during the campaign, naming Terrence Dudley.
“I think it’s also important for me to detail my interactions with US intelligence officials from US Embassy, London. Gregory Baker and Terrence Dudley. Both wanted to ingratiate themselves in campaign via myself,”
Both individuals in the case are arguing the truth behind the tweet.
Dudley claimed, “We approached him from a more fascinated standpoint trying to figure out what his game was……Who’s funding him to be here [in London]? How does he actually get away with doing that?”
In return, Dudley revealed he met with Mueller’s prosecutors for a little over an hour in spring of 2017 for a “fairly comprehensive discussion” about Papadopoulos.
“At the end of the day, I told them this is a naive guy who got in over his head,” Dudley said. “I think whatever input I may have had, I think that may have weighed somewhat into what is a relatively light sentence. I think he was naive more than anything, I don’t think he was ill-intended.”
Papadopoulos and the Twisted Mueller Case.
Papadopoulos was sentenced on September 7th.
His sentence has been widely viewed as proving he was not the key to collusion between the Trump and Russia campaign.
Later, Papadopoulos admitted that he has grown suspicious of Dudley and Baker.
He was suspicious of Dudley and Baker because they approached him, eager to meet.
There was no proof that Dudley and Baker were spying on Papadopoulos in return.
But this big break in the Mueller case proves one thing.
That Mueller’s case was falling apart from the beginning.
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