Court Transcripts show that Robert Mueller indicted a Russian company that didn’t exist.
The Court: As I understand it, looking through the papers filed by both parties, you and your firm represent Concord Management and Consulting, LLC, is that correct?
MR. DUBELIER: Correct.
THE COURT: You do not represent any other defendant in the case?
MR. DUBELIER: We do not.
THE COURT: Not any other individual defendant in the
THE DEFENDANT: We do not.
THE COURT: What about Concord Catering? The government makes an allegation that there’s some association. I don’t mean for you to — do you represent them, or not, today? And are we arraigning them as well?
MR. DUBELIER: We’re not. And the reason for that, Your Honor, is I think we’re dealing with a situation of the government having indicted the proverbial ham sandwich. That
company didn’t exist as a legal entity during the time period alleged by the government. If at some later time they show me that it did exist, we would probably represent them. But for purposes of today, no, we do not.
THE COURT: Okay. And just so I’m clear as I read your submission, it’s your belief that Concord Management and Consulting, LLC, has not been properly served under Rule 4, is
MR. DUBELIER: That’s correct.
This certainly doesn’t bode well for the Mueller investigation. Americans are becoming increasingly skeptical of the Mueller probe. A recent poll found that 53% of Americans view the Mueller probe as politically motivated.
Robert Mueller has also come under fire from the judicial system. One Federal judge accused Mueller of trying to get at Trump and another one of his indictment fell flat after the Russians who were indicted actually showed up to court.
Robert Mueller probe falling apart in court https://t.co/AvvKdtNhN4
— Jacob Palmieri (@jakepalmieri) May 14, 2018