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Browder Alert: Trump Tower’s Mysterious ‘Russian Lawyer’ Indicted in Prevezon Scandal

Like the other meaningless shadow indictments made by Robert Mueller’s ‘Special Counsel,’ this latest scalp leads nowhere. More likely, this indictment was handed down to guarantee that an important potential witness, Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya – will never return to the U.S. to give testimony about the deep state’s staged ruse in Trump Tower in July 2016, but even more importantly – to keep her from saying anything in a US court which could compromise fugitive hedge fund manager turned anti-Putin crusader, Bill Browder.

Veselnitskaya’s indictment for “obstruction of justice,” was filed on December 20 in the Southern District of New York, but only made public on Tuesday. On its surface, this filing is completely unrelated to the Mueller Investigation.

Over this past year, Veselnitskaya has been regarded as a “mysterious Russian” who met with several members of the Trump campaign in July 2016 in Trump Tower. Attendees to what turned out to be an inconsequential meeting included Donald Trump Jr, and the President’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. Veselnitskaya supposedly came touting “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. When it became apparent there was no dirt on the opposition, the meeting was quickly curtailed.

Was Veselnitskaya intentionally placed in Trump Tower for the meeting to create yet another tenuous ‘Russian collusion’ story?

One question which the US media, much less any US litigators, will not be asking – is how much coordination is taking place between Veselnitskaya and Browder?

RT International reports…

Proponents of the conspiracy theory that Trump “colluded” with Russia to somehow steal the presidency from Hillary Clinton have long claimed this meeting at Trump Tower is key evidence against the current US president.

Major media outlets – not just in the US – therefore made sure to include a “Trump Tower” reference in reporting on Veselnitskaya’s indictment, which was filed on December 20 in the Southern District of New York and made public on Tuesday. Only a few bothered to note that the indictment has to do with a totally unrelated case.

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The actual complaint against Veselnitskaya alleges that she “well knew but concealed from the court” that she had a hand in drafting a report on the case she was litigating in the US, “in secret cooperation with a senior Russian prosecutor” who was not named. This report, submitted by Russia under the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) with the US, was then cited by Veselnitskaya in defending the real estate company Prevezon Holdings Ltd. from claims of money laundering by “Investment Company-1.”

That company was Hermitage Capital, whose owner Bill Browder gave up his US citizenship in 1998 to avoid paying taxes on billions he was making on shadowy business dealings in Russia. Browder has been convicted of tax fraud in Russia, but has avoided extradition by campaigning in the West to brand Moscow a human rights violator over the death of his accountant, Sergey Magnitsky – after whom the far-reaching US sanctions legislation was dubbed the Magnitsky Act.

The indictment does not say where the evidence of email exchanges between Veselnitskaya and the unnamed Russian prosecutor came from. In April 2018, however – just over a year after the Prevezon case was settled and closed – US government propaganda outlet RFE/RL reported the existence of the emails, sourcing them to Dossier, an outfit run by Browder’s fellow ex-oligarch and Kremlin critic Mikhail Khodorkovsky. A search of Dossier turns up a series of articles under the title that can be roughly translated as “How Veselnitskaya controlled the prosecutor.”

Read more on this story at RT International

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