What An Embarrassment: Mueller Didn’t Want To Move Forward On His Own Case And Now We Learn That One Of The Companies He Indicted Wasn’t Even In Existence
DiGenova previously stated that Mueller indicted people and companies from Russia because he didn’t believe they would show up in court.
Well, one did and dared Mueller to prove his charges. In response, Mueller attempted to back out citing that he was not prepared to try the case. The judge basically told the Special Council ‘tough’. By indicted people without being prepared to prove they were guilty, Mueller has abused the grand jury process.
According to The Daily Wire, one of the Russian companies accused by Special Counsel Robert Mueller of funding a conspiracy to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential election was revealed in court to not have existed during the time period alleged by Mueller’s team of prosecutors, according to a lawyer representing the Defendant.
During the hearing Wednesday, prosecutor Jeannie Rhee said her office obtained information from the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control that Dubelier’s firm was representing both Concord Management and a related company known as Concord Catering, raising questions about whether he was appearing in court for both businesses.
Harvey suggested he found that interesting, but not particularly relevant to Wednesday’s arraignment.
“OK, what would you like me to do with that?” the magistrate asked Rhee.
Dubelier said he wasn’t authorized to appear in court for Concord Catering, a firm which he contended should never have been listed in the indictment returned in February.
“The government indicted a proverbial ham sandwich — somebody that didn’t exist … at the time period alleged by the government,” the defense attorney said.
The term “indict a ham sandwich” likely originates from a 1985 report by New York Daily News when New York Chief Judge Sol Wachtler stated that government prosecutors have so much power over grand juries that they could get them to “indict a ham sandwich.”