For well over a year, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has led a witch hunt against President Trump’s former campaign team, and their accused connections with Russian operatives.
Throughout the year, no evidence has been found to support that wild accusation—and many have been seriously affected by Mueller’s aggressive investigation.
But Robert Mueller is running out of excuses to continue his work—which means whether Mueller realizes it or not, his investigation is dead.
From a legal perspective, the viability of the case has long been void.
But now thanks to incredibly biased leftist media, it has just been revealed that the star witness in his case is an Anti-Trump fanatic and ardent supporter of Hillary Clinton.
With such bias present in a witness, a fair trial could hardly be run—meaning Robert Mueller just lost his ace in the hole.
The Daily Caller reported:
Under federal law, a prosecutor is required “to disclose exculpatory and impeachment information to criminal defendants and to seek a just result in every case.” Specifically, pursuant to Giglio v. United States, prosecutors are obligated to provide defendants with impeachment evidence, which includes, according to the DOJ’s guidelines, evidence of a witness’s biases, “[a]nimosity toward defendant,” or “[a]nimosity toward a group of which the defendant is a member or with which the defendant is affiliated.”
As a result, in any prosecution brought by Mueller against a Republican target, defense counsel would be entitled under the Constitution to all evidence in the government’s possession relevant to exploring the apparent biases of FBI agent Peter Strzok and his animosity toward Trump and the Republican Party. This, in and of itself, could be a case-killer because it is very unlikely that Mueller or the DOJ would want defense counsel poring through all the records and documents, emails, and texts in the DOJ’s and Strzok’s possession revealing the agent’s biases since this could fatally undermine any other cases or investigations the agent has worked on—such as the FBI’s decision to recommend charging General Flynn with lying to federal agents even though Hillary Clinton’s besties, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, were given a free pass despite apparently doing the same thing.
Significantly, the fatal damage done to Mueller’s anti-Trump investigation does not only rest in the fact that defense counsel will be able to conduct an unlubricated prostate examination on the FBI’s key agent at trial. Instead, the real reason why Mueller will not risk a criminal trial is the lasting damage that would be done to the FBI’s reputation by having Strzok’s baggage brought into the daylight.
To expose the agent’s biases, defense counsel would have the opportunity to cross-examine the agent and his apparent mistress, an FBI lawyer who also worked on Mueller’s investigation and the Clinton email probe, about their exchanged messages showing support for Clinton and hostility to Trump.
The tables have turned so Robert Mueller, not President Trump, is taking the heat from the media now.
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