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749344  No.6224992

Link to Report:

https://www.justice.gov/storage/report.pdf

Alright Autists!

Everyone claim ten pages, lets do this in order so as not to be confusing.

There's about 450 pages, so we need 45 autists to read ten fucking pages. DO IT FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

Please give detailed bullet points, but don't be too detailed.

Tell us an "Executive Summary" at the top of your analysis (do this when you're DONE writing all your bullet points)

Tell us any actors involved

For example:

Pages 10-20

Summary: These pages discuss Jack and Jill getting a pale of water, but Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill skipped town claiming total ignorance and innocence.

Key observations:

1. Jack was with Jill on Thursday

2. Jack was seen fighting with Jill

3. Jill seemed to hijack a car

4. Jack was found almost dead at the bottom of the hill

5. No signs of water in the pale

Key Actors:

Jack, Jill

—————

Reply with your claim to a range:

Pages 1 to 10

Pages 11 to 20

Pages 21 to 30

Pages 31 to 40

Pages 41 to 50

Pages 51 to 60

Pages 61 to 70

Pages 71 to 80

Pages 81 to 90

Pages 91 to 100

Pages 101 to 110

Pages 111 to 120

Pages 121 to 130

Pages 131 to 140

Pages 141 to 150

Pages 151 to 160

Pages 161 to 170

Pages 171 to 180

Pages 181 to 190

Pages 191 to 200

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 211 to 220

Pages 221 to 230

Pages 231 to 240

Pages 241 to 250

Pages 251 to 260

Pages 261 to 270

Pages 271 to 280

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 301 to 310

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 321 to 330

Pages 331 to 340

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 351 to 360

Pages 361 to 370

Pages 371 to 380

Pages 381 to 390

Pages 391 to 400

Pages 401 to 410

Pages 411 to 420

Pages 421 to 430

Pages 431 to 440

Pages 441 to 450

Yes, you can take on multiple sections, and yes, more than one anon can do an analysis on the same page group if you want. Let's just make sure we cover every page at the end of it all though.

749344  No.6225034

I'll try to keep track of who claims which pages as best I can and post a periodic update


c483a8  No.6225039

https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/attorney-general-william-p-barr-delivers-remarks-release-report-investigation-russian

"

Second, the report details efforts by Russian military officials associated with the GRU to hack into computers and steal documents and emails from individuals affiliated with the Democratic Party and the presidential campaign of Hillary Rodham Clinton for the purpose of eventually publicizing those emails. Obtaining such unauthorized access into computers is a federal crime. Following a thorough investigation of these hacking operations, the Special Counsel brought charges in federal court against several Russian military officers for their respective roles in these illegal hacking activities. Those charges are still pending and the defendants remain at large."


52bc2c  No.6225043

>>6225034

>Pages 1 to 10

Taking the first 10 pages, will provide a summary of the table of contents

o7


52bc2c  No.6225051

>>6225034

>>6225043

>>6224992

PASTEBIN:

https://pastebin.com/zVBWKYUd


749344  No.6225074

>>6225051

Is the pastebin for writing our findings, or for keeping track of IDs claiming page ranges?


52bc2c  No.6225092

>>6225074

for both, for IDs and for links to the posts with the digs

taking the first 10 now


c19333  No.6225126

I'll take 11-20

standby for update


749344  No.6225132

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c

Pages 11 to 20 c19333


3ac92e  No.6225143

>>6225034

>Pages 21 to 30


52bc2c  No.6225198

>>6225034

>>6225155 (in general)

>page 132 - 142


8e7fcf  No.6225229

Pages 231 to 240

>>6225034


0dd4e5  No.6225239

Anon here… Have pages 132 - 142 Will report soon


19c713  No.6225250

>>6224992

I'll take 141 to 150


bcc80f  No.6225264

>>6224992

bump

=notable thread=

nominate for keeping


b08795  No.6225286

>>6225264

I second


749344  No.6225290

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c

Pages 11 to 20 c19333

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 141 to 150 19c713

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf


9f28ab  No.6225307

>>6225290

30 to 40


0f5f87  No.6225323

For the sake of fidelity and redundancy, I suggest that more than one person read each 10 page span.


0f5f87  No.6225338

I’m also running the PDF thru Acrobat OCR. Will have a searchable text version shortly.


749344  No.6225339

>>6225323

Agreed, I'm perfectly happy with people claiming the same page ranges if they like, or claiming more than one range


749344  No.6225343

>>6225338

My hero!


5b278e  No.6225374

This should help. Searchable PDF of Mueller Report

https://files.catbox.moe/m25zjt.pdf


ace322  No.6225401

dibs Pages 391 to 400


749344  No.6225429

ATTENTION

Clarification: Pages refer to PDF page numbers, not the numbers at the bottom of the scan.


dc1009  No.6225432

>>6225338

Doing the Lord's work, anon.


ba2806  No.6225440

Will examine pages 321 to 330


749344  No.6225460

File: 45ae06ef2094af4⋯.png (4.04 KB, 177x181, 177:181, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c

Pages 11 to 20 c19333

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 141 to 150 19c713

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

Pages 391 to 400 ace322


9f28ab  No.6225482

File: b56c951849cfdd9⋯.jpg (145.72 KB, 903x665, 129:95, ba6502b0595a5afa76776d5d6e….jpg)


bcb53d  No.6225487

il take 41-50 if no one has, or feel free to assign me to next available section


52bc2c  No.6225488

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File: 09f3f1f3d282306⋯.png (112.73 KB, 428x577, 428:577, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 00b1fe2b727bacc⋯.png (123.32 KB, 411x578, 411:578, ClipboardImage.png)

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File: 68af196cfd54792⋯.png (118.81 KB, 412x585, 412:585, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 1 through 6

(pg 2 blank)

Volume 1 is collusion, Volume 2 is obstruction; per Catherine Herridge live on FOX news

————————————————-

28 CFR § 600.8 (c):

28 CFR Part 600 - GENERAL POWERS OF SPECIAL COUNSEL

8 CFR Part 600 (c)

(c)Closing documentation. At the conclusion of the Special Counsel's work, he or she shall provide the Attorney General with a confidential report explaining the prosecution or declination decisions reached by the Special Counsel

https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/28/part-600

————————————————-

First page of the table of contents:

>Intro

>Summary

>Mueller's investigation

Russian "active measures" campaign:

>Russian IRA (Internet Research Agency)

Russian hacking and dumping on emails:

>DCleaks

>Guccifer 2.0

>WikiLeaks

>GRU

>Trump campaign connection

>First section's header of the Trump campaign connection part is redacted for "Harm to Ongoing Matters" and so is a subsection

————————————————-

Second page of the table of contents:

Russian Government link to Trump Campaign:

>September, 2015 to November 8, 2018 (election day)

>George Papadopoulos

>Carter Page

>Dimitri Simes, Center for National Interest

>Trump Tower Meeting

>RNC (Republican National Convention)

>Kislyak

>Manafort

————————————————-

Third page of the table of contents:

Post election:

>Immediate activity

>Kirill Dimitriev and Eric Prince

>Kislyak, Kushner and Flynn

>Sergey Gorkov and Kushner

>Petr Aven

>Deputy Prime Minister Dvorkovich and Carter Page

>Flynn


9f28ab  No.6225502

>>6225429

Thanks…whoops…starting again


9ac239  No.6225519

>>6225460

Ok.. taking 61 - 70 then


749344  No.6225528

>>6225488

pg 9/10 has the Introduction


991d27  No.6225561

hopefully not to many lawfags, there's always wordsmith fuckery that goes on in interpretation, need not convolute what's written please, succinct and to the point.

thankQ anon for this board, grateful to ya.


0f5f87  No.6225565

>>6225374

Thanks anon. You beat me to it.


16548f  No.6225634

>>6225519

I'll take 71-80, but I do see a overlap with 70 as far as subject, so I will tech start on 70


0f5f87  No.6225642

Another copy of the report with searchable text:

https://anonfile.com/u3Ce5df4n6/Mueller_Report_pdf


9ac239  No.6225669

>>6225634

good plan


ace322  No.6225686

File: 9962b77af5d8ac9⋯.png (90.25 KB, 616x195, 616:195, pg394.png)

>>6225401

This section was mostly uninteresting. Starting at 391 to 393 are citing previous court cases as examples to investigate or prosecute a sitting president. Most were references to cases involving Nixon.

On page 394 is the conclusion by the special counsel regarding obstruction. With the quote Barr gave in his original letter. I underlined the quote from the letter and underlined another part that seems to imply that the special counsel feels like they were not able to do a thorough investigation. I imagine this will be the spark that keeps the Russia collusion story going.

After this is just an Appendix.


9b899a  No.6225765

>>6225634

77-87

Seem to be about Cohen mainly. Nothing too surprising. He was contact before the campaign even began. Just my quick eyeball over it earlier. It looks like he was set up as a bait for Trump, to entice the trump camping along with Ivanka as well.

That section, to me anyway given what we already know about Cohen, spells out pretty clearly that there was a force working in tandem with the Russians to attempt to lure Trump in to a trap.

Cohen, along with others were offered campaign services that would have trapped Trump in a legal dilemma. It appears that this was the clear goal between the people who contacted Cohen and others.

That's my take on it. The general feeling I get. Apologies I could not be more through.


ab144f  No.6225771

I'll start on 81-90


67f3ee  No.6225785

Can we get a finished 10 page summary as a template?


749344  No.6225818

>>6225785

I wrote a stupid example in the header with jack/jill.

>>6225488

Is pretty detailed but doesn't follow my example idea. Then again it's a freakin' table of contents so not the best to reference lol


eaf970  No.6225827

Ill take 241-250


52bc2c  No.6225878

File: 1707ed3d613ef06⋯.png (137.55 KB, 422x583, 422:583, ClipboardImage.png)

File: af7643ed63e5fd6⋯.png (168.69 KB, 389x580, 389:580, ClipboardImage.png)

File: c8e67c3a5a498b1⋯.png (150.64 KB, 406x582, 203:291, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 7 through 10

(pg 8 blank)

Fifth page of the table of contents:

Prosecutions and Declinations:

>Russian "active measures" campaign

>Russian hacking and dumping of emails

>>Two redactions: One for harm of ongoing matter in relation to a charging decision, and one for "personal privacy"

>Russian government outreach and contacts

>>Three redactions for harm of going matter in relation to WikiLeaks, probably for JA

>False Statements and Obstruction of Investigation

>>One name is redacted for personal privacy, and one name for harm of ongoing matter

————————————————-

First page of the report:

>Russia interfered in "sweeping and systematic fashion"

>began mid 2016 with DNC emails and then Podesta emails; ties WIkiLeaks to Russia

>used papadopoulos as the reason to start the witch hunt against POTUS

>witch hunt started on july 21, 2016

>only 2 agencies claimed collusion in the fall of 2016

>early 2017 congress started looking into it

>Mueller appointed may 2017

>investigated: "the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election," including any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.

>Special Counsel's investigation established that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election principally through two operations

>1. Russian entity carried out a social media campaign that favored presidential candidate Donald J. Trump and disparaged presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

>2. Russian intelligence

service conducted computer-intrusion operations against entities, employees, and volunteers working on the Clinton Campaign and then released stolen documents

>identified links from Russia to Trump Campaign, __BUT, ''' the investigation did not

establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities. '''

>NO COLLUSION

————————————————-

2nd page of the report:

>2 volumes

>In some instances, the report points out

the absence of evidence or conflicts in the evidence about a particular fact or event. In other instances, when substantial, credible evidence enabled the Office to reach a conclusion with confidence, the report states that the investigation established that certain actions or events occurred. A statement that the investigation did not establish particular facts does not mean there was no evidence of those facts.

>We applied the term coordination in that sense when stating in the report that the investigation did not establish that the Trump Campaign coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

>Volume I describes the factual results of the Special Counsel's investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and its interactions with the Trump Campaign.

>Section I describes the scope of the investigation.

>Sections II and III describe the principal ways Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

>Section IV describes links between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.

>Section V sets forth the Special Counsel's charging decisions.

————————————————-

>>6225488

SHOULD BE:

>First page of the table of contents:

1 and 2 pages

>Second page of the table of contents:

2 and 3 pages

>Third page of the table of contents:

3 and 4 pages


be045a  No.6225899

File: 7b2eaf7d419a747⋯.png (1.29 MB, 1557x1517, 1557:1517, 44-54.png)

Pg 44 - 54 just some disjointed thoughts.


52bc2c  No.6225900

>>6225818

>>6225818

>Then again it's a freakin' table of contents so not the best to reference lol

exactly, someone had to do it, KEK

I just put some thoughts on it

>>6225785

Honestly, just do whatever you think is best

I did the table of contents, but if I do another, I'd split it into 2 posts likely, 5 pics in each of 5 pages, then notes or thoughts on the text in them


52bc2c  No.6225909

>>6225900

>>6225785

or this, I've done this before too: >>6225899

make a graphic on it


52bc2c  No.6225920

>>6225818

Like this:

Pages 1 to 10: >>6225488, >>6225878


749344  No.6225926

ATTENTION

If you think your page ranges get cut off, or the main content begins a page back, feel free to be loose with the ranges to keep context strong. Try not to go too wild with this, unless you'd like to also simply claim the range before or after as well.


52bc2c  No.6225964

>>6225926

true, that happened with pages 10/11, I took a sentence from page 11.

all good, be back later, and will likely pick up a section that's still needed.

like this though, when someone posts their thoughts on a section:

>>6225920


749344  No.6225966

File: 50ea13dd5bbebdf⋯.png (9.6 KB, 345x301, 345:301, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c >>6225488 >>6225878

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 (blank)

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e (blank)

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab (blank)

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d (blank)

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 (blank)

Pages 71 to 80 16548f (blank)

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f (blank)

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c (blank)

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 (blank)

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf (blank)

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 (blank)

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806 (blank)

Pages 391 to 400 ace322 >>6225686

Pages 44 to 54 be045a >>6225899


b44cc5  No.6225988

File: d3f52b8c9674b13⋯.png (525.69 KB, 679x1418, 679:1418, ClipboardImage.png)

Redacted Whole Pages VOl 1

Report pages not PDF pages

20

30

177

178


8a6447  No.6226000

There's an awful lot about ==KUSHNER== in here… 184 references


b44cc5  No.6226047

Redacted Whole Pages Vol 2

Report pages not PDF pages'

129

130

D5

< disregard image last post –KEK


749344  No.6226122

ATTENTION

Could you researchers at least provide a "one liner" that I can "title" the page range with? Very brief

Pages 61-70 - Kushner sucks his own dick

then I'll provide the link to your full summary in

>>7777777

format


749344  No.6226144

File: 07a9b35f09aac9e⋯.png (20.24 KB, 499x321, 499:321, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6226122

For example:

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c TOC/Introduction ">>6225488

>>6225878"

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 (blank) (blank)

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e (blank) (blank)

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab (blank) (blank)

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d (blank) (blank)

Pages 44 to 54 be045a (blank) >>6225899

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 (blank) (blank)

Pages 71 to 80 16548f (blank) (blank)

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f (blank) (blank)

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c (blank) (blank)

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 (blank) (blank)

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf (blank) (blank)

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 (blank) (blank)

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806 (blank) (blank)

Pages 391 to 400 ace322 (blank) >>6225686


bcb53d  No.6226154

Pages 41 through 43

***

Page 41.

Report Page 33.

End of section 6 [redacted] found on previous pages

Section 7 begins: Interaction & Contacts within the Trump Campaign

>Trump Campaign promoting IRA Political Materials [no connection between IRA & Clintons]

***

Page 42.

Report Page 34.

>Tweets referenced by members of Trump campaign referenced allegations into voter fraud and Clinton emails.

>@10_GOP [IRA controlled promotions] Account on Twitter was deleted, Trump responds to their back up account.

>IRA were monitoring reaction of Trump Campaign & Trump Administration officials

>IRA controlled FB accounts in which trump responded. Mentions IRA controlled Rallies.

>Reference includes FB message sent by IRA Controlled account to [Redacted - RE: Redacted] PP & HOM

***

Page 43.

Report Page 35.

Contact with Trump Campaign Officials in Connection to Rallies.

>Starting in 2016 IRA attempted to gain contact to campaign officials to co-ordinate IRA / Pro-Trump Rallies. Claiming to be US political activists working under grassroots. Requested materials such as signs, promotion and logistic.

>Some members set aside signs etc…by volunteers - no evidence was found that those who were trying to help knew they were helping foreign nationals.

Summary

>Investigation establishes Russia interference by "active measures" via IRA, funded by Prigozhin & affiliated controlled companies.

>Confidence IRA employees violated US law by undermining work of fed agencies responsible for monitoring such interference.

***

Apologies if format isn't correct or understandable, still a noob trying to work out this 8chan stuff… either way, here's the start of my section dissection!


eaf970  No.6226157

241-250: WaPo article 12 Jan 2017 said Flynn talked to Kislyak (the Logan Act story). Trump asked Priebus about the story, Priebus asked Flynn about it, Flynn told McFarland to call WaPo and say he didn't talk about sanctions.

Senior DoJ officials were concerned Russian records of talking about sanctions could this be compromat, beyond the Logan Act issues.

While talking about Flynn, the report throws in that senior Administration officials didn't like Comey.

Back to Flynn, Eisenberg and McGahn discuss what laws Flynn could be nailed on.

Comey had dinner with POTUS alone and claimed to have said honest loyalty.

Eisenberg and McGahn told WH that Flynn was unlikely to be prosecuted. Flynn resigned as requested by Priebus. POTUS told Christie that since the Russia thing was Flynn talked to Russia and he fired Flynn the Russia thing would be over. Christie replied that it was far from over.


52bc2c  No.6226158

File: c5dd6c3e60f8369⋯.png (72.65 KB, 472x521, 472:521, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 474939751e46395⋯.png (129.07 KB, 444x592, 3:4, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 11af583cf99e0bb⋯.png (142.63 KB, 435x593, 435:593, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 8ede5fc0aec37bb⋯.png (161.63 KB, 397x590, 397:590, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 12551fddeac9c01⋯.png (140.45 KB, 446x594, 223:297, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 1 through 6

(pg 2 blank)

Volume 1 is collusion, Volume 2 is obstruction; per Catherine Herridge live on FOX news

————————————————-

28 CFR § 600.8 (c):

28 CFR Part 600 - GENERAL POWERS OF SPECIAL COUNSEL

8 CFR Part 600 (c)

(c)Closing documentation. At the conclusion of the Special Counsel's work, he or she shall provide the Attorney General with a confidential report explaining the prosecution or declination decisions reached by the Special Counsel

https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/28/part-600

————————————————-

First/Second page of the table of contents:

>Intro

>Summary

>Mueller's investigation

Russian "active measures" campaign:

>Russian IRA (Internet Research Agency)

Russian hacking and dumping on emails:

>DCleaks

>Guccifer 2.0

>WikiLeaks

>GRU

>Trump campaign connection

>First section's header of the Trump campaign connection part is redacted for "Harm to Ongoing Matters" and so is a subsection

————————————————-

Second/Third page of the table of contents:

Russian Government link to Trump Campaign:

>September, 2015 to November 8, 2018 (election day)

>George Papadopoulos

>Carter Page

>Dimitri Simes, Center for National Interest

>Trump Tower Meeting

>RNC (Republican National Convention)

>Kislyak

>Manafort

————————————————-

Third/Fourth page of the table of contents:

Post election:

>Immediate activity

>Kirill Dimitriev and Eric Prince

>Kislyak, Kushner and Flynn

>Sergey Gorkov and Kushner

>Petr Aven

>Deputy Prime Minister Dvorkovich and Carter Page

>Flynn


19c713  No.6226163

Not sure the best format to post summary. This is a copy & paste from MSword:

—————————————

Pages 141-150

This section mainly focuses on Putin & Russia’s desire to form relationships with the newly elected Trump and his team. “They appeared not to have pre-existing contacts and struggled to connect with senior officials around the president elect”. It also addresses Manafort’s meetings and plans with Russian officials.

• Manafort & Kalimnik talked about resolving disputes regarding Manafort’s previous work with Russia; specifically the Deripaska lawsuit & funds owed to Manafort for political consulting (before Trump’s election).

• After Manafort resigned from the Trump campaign, he still offered political advice. This was confirmed in e-mails, but the advice was pretty obvious, generic stuff that would be common knowledge to awake people (things like Hillary possibly blaming the Russians if she were to lose).

• Manafort met with Oganov (previously had worked at Russian embassy in US) in Madrid in 2017. He initially denied this meeting to Mueller’s office, but later confirmed it.

• Shortly after the meeting, Manafort contacted KT MacFarland (deputy national security advisor) saying that he had acquired important information regarding Cuba. There’s no evidence that anyone responded to Manafort’s offer.

• Manafort’s e-mails show he was trying to broker a Ukranian peace deal with Kalimnik. The did polls on Trump & US supporting the Autonomous Republic of Donbas. Manafort threw Trump’s name out there, but there’s no evidence of Trump’s knowledge or involvement.

• “The office has not uncovered evidence that Manafort brought the Ukraine peace plan to the Trump campaign or the Trump administration”.

• Hope Hicks got a phone call from someone claiming to be Putin on election night. She was unsure of who it was. She got an e-mail from “Putin” the following day. She & Kushner confirmed it was Putin. 5 days later Trump & Putin spoke on the phone.

• Petr Aven, A Russian national who heads Alfa-Bank, met with Putin & oligarchs to discuss protecting the bank from possible US sanctions after Trump’s election.

• George Nader (UAE employee) arranged a meeting between Dmetriev (head of Russia’s sovereign wealth fund) & Erik Prince (businessman with connections to Bannon, Trump Jr, & Roger Stone). Nader did not introduce Dmetriev to anyone in the Trump campaign prior to the election.

• The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) has a lot of coinvestments with UAE & has ties to the Crown Prince Mohammed

• Putin said he didn’t know the people around Trump when he was elected.


c19333  No.6226172

>>6225126

Pages 11-20 summary/findings

Bold means important from my perspective

First part lays out the scope of the SC investigation

The investigation's scope was intentionally broad as to allow the FBI to investigate anything at all that arose from this investigation. They were trying so hard to find something

p.11-13 Parameters of the investigation

RR appointed Special Counsel, sets parameters of investigation

The appointment was worded as to allow information about the appointment to be released publicly

Page, Manafort, PapaD were the 3 originally investigated

Manafort under investigation for payments recieved from Ukrainian gov't and from a bank whose CEO was trying to work with the Trump admin.

PapaD under investigation for acting as an unregistered Israeli agent

Flynn later investigated for 4 unnamed topics

M. Cohen, R. Gates, R. Stone +2[redacted] names activities investigated, even though they weren't suspects

M. Cohen investigated for use of Essential Consultants LLC to recieve funds from Russian-backed entities

Sessions investigated for when he lied to US Senate

The FBI had been investigating Russian interference for 10 months prior to the appointment of the Special Counsel.

–So they had a mountain of information to start off with, broadening the investigation further

REFERENCES TO APPENDIX D CONCERNING TRANSFERS OF RESPONSIBILITY

Special Counsel team included 19 additional team members (attorneys)

–5 of those from private practices

–14 assigned from DOJ components

Those 19 attorneys had a team of DOJ lawyers and FBI personnel to find and screen info for them

–3 paralegals from DOJ Antitrust Division

–9 admins responsible for operational duties (like HR, facilities, budget, finance, etc)

All these people worked alongside about 40 FBI agents, intelligence analysts, forensic accountants, one paralegal, and staff

–To assist with investigation

FBI personnel always under FBI supervision, always complied with FBI standards, not SC standards

>2800 subpoenas issued under GJ in DC

<500 search and seizure warrants

>230 orders for communications records

<50 orders authorizing use of pen registers

13 requests to foreign govt's asking for legal assistance

~500 witnesses interviewed

–including <80 before GJ

FBI personnel added later to feed FBI info about SC findings for further investigation

Info constantly filtered to FBI for further investigation (counterintelligence matters)

Volume 1 is a summary. Lots of info that went to counterintelligence is NOT in this volume

p.14-20 IRA activities and the fake US accounts

IRA, LLC, along with Yevgeniy Viktorvich Prigozhin and companies he controlled (Concord), conducted partisan social media ops on US citizens in the effort to sow political discord

IRA began ops targeting US political/social issues as early as 2014

–Using fake US online personas (fake accounts and group pages pretending to be Americans)

–Some of these accounts became very popular and influenced large amounts of Americans

–Other Russian entities also did the same, but this was the main one

IRA travelled to US in 2014 to gather intelligence, info, and pics to use on these accounts

Fake accounts would post derogatory info on Presidential candidates (2016 election)

–in support of Trump, disparaging HRC

–IRA made expenditures

–purchased political ads for social media (fake accounts)

IRA employees posing as Americans tried to contact Trump Campaign people to coordinate political activities

–including staging of political rallies

–none of them reciprocated

By the end of the election, IRA had the ability to reach millions of Americans through social media

–FB + Insta = hundreds of thousands of followers

–470 accounts, 80k posts Jan 2015 - Aug 2017

–Reaching approx 126M people

–Twitter accounts with tens of thousands of followers

–Contacting approx 1.4M people

–Multiple US political figures retweeted IRA fake accounts

[REDACTIONS CONCERNING IRA STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS]

'''IRA's US ops are part of a larger set of interlocking ops known as "Project Lakhta"

[REDACTIONS CONCERNING FUNDING AND OVERSIGHT OF CONCORD COMPANIES AND PRIGOZHIN]

Concord companies funded the IRA until at least Feb 2018

Prigozhin was sanctioned by US Treasury Dept. in Dec 2016

–Has ties to Putin

In May 2016, IRA fake accounts recruited Americans to hold signs (including one in front of the WH) that read "Happy 55th Birthday Dear Boss" for Prigozhin


749344  No.6226181

>>6226154

No worries keep it up! Link to your collected threads like anon did on this one when you're done

>>6225920


52bc2c  No.6226182

File: 5eaa432af417a39⋯.png (171.81 KB, 419x591, 419:591, ClipboardImage.png)

File: ee7651505d3b700⋯.png (230.59 KB, 465x588, 155:196, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 6ce9b4f4b562dea⋯.png (210.9 KB, 457x591, 457:591, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 7 through 10

(pg 8 blank)

Fifth page of the table of contents:

Prosecutions and Declinations:

>Russian "active measures" campaign

>Russian hacking and dumping of emails

>>Two redactions: One for harm of ongoing matter in relation to a charging decision, and one for "personal privacy"

>Russian government outreach and contacts

>>Three redactions for harm of going matter in relation to WikiLeaks, probably for JA

>False Statements and Obstruction of Investigation

>>One name is redacted for personal privacy, and one name for harm of ongoing matter

————————————————-

First page of the report:

>Russia interfered in "sweeping and systematic fashion"

>began mid 2016 with DNC emails and then Podesta emails; ties WIkiLeaks to Russia

>used papadopoulos as the reason to start the witch hunt against POTUS

>witch hunt started on july 21, 2016

>only 2 agencies claimed collusion in the fall of 2016

>early 2017 congress started looking into it

>Mueller appointed may 2017

>investigated: "the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election," including any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.

>Special Counsel's investigation established that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election principally through two operations

>1. Russian entity carried out a social media campaign that favored presidential candidate Donald J. Trump and disparaged presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

>2. Russian intelligence

service conducted computer-intrusion operations against entities, employees, and volunteers working on the Clinton Campaign and then released stolen documents

>identified links from Russia to Trump Campaign, BUT, the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

>NO COLLUSION

————————————————-

2nd page of the report:

>2 volumes

>In some instances, the report points out the absence of evidence or conflicts in the evidence about a particular fact or event. In other instances, when substantial, credible evidence enabled the Office to reach a conclusion with confidence, the report states that the investigation established that certain actions or events occurred. A statement that the investigation did not establish particular facts does not mean there was no evidence of those facts.

>We applied the term coordination in that sense when stating in the report that the investigation did not establish that the Trump Campaign coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

>Volume I describes the factual results of the Special Counsel's investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and its interactions with the Trump Campaign.

>Section I describes the scope of the investigation.

>Sections II and III describe the principal ways Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

>Section IV describes links between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.

>Section V sets forth the Special Counsel's charging decisions.


16548f  No.6226201

File: 876f53cb07237cc⋯.png (48.21 KB, 613x109, 613:109, smith team players.png)

File: d8915b944fb027d⋯.png (20.53 KB, 596x60, 149:15, corsi.png)

Peter Smith puts Team Together in search of HC's emails

I just got a call and have to take off damnit, but I did get this much. Smith raised a lot of funds to put together a basically a geek team, but he also had these heavy hitters involved. Pic 1. Kellyanne Conway was part of this team also. One curious part of this was that Corsi showed up in the footnotes as also part of this team. Pic 2. This is all from pages 71-72.

While Smith claimed he was in contact with Russians claiming to have the emails, it doesnt appear that any of that actually panned out

Page 74 starts a new section of information


bbd07e  No.6226213

151to 160 >>6226144


9ac239  No.6226224

File: 705916651ed9498⋯.pdf (389.76 KB, 60.pdf)

File: 62ed6d13bbfb592⋯.pdf (389.8 KB, 61.pdf)

File: 062556f4cd9869a⋯.pdf (423.7 KB, 62.pdf)

File: 4f7b36a569b6c6d⋯.pdf (417.38 KB, 63.pdf)

File: f8a1787bf711f85⋯.pdf (337.65 KB, 64.pdf)

>>6225966

Page 61 - 70 ( I started at 60)

At first glance - mostly redacted - Wikileaks related.

Pg. 60. ←—- J. Assange related investigation - Wikileaks (mostly redacted)

Pg. 61. ←— Michael Cohen "recalls" and incident at the Trump Tower ( heavily redacted ) However; MC plead guilty in Nov. 18 of making false statements (Trump Tower incident - a false statement - idk)

Pg. 62. ←— Gates claiming he has information on Clinton emails etc. That the information being released with be very harmful to Clinton. Corsi gets involved at this point - and starts to expound (lie?) that he's involved in arranging communications between Wikileaks and the Trump Campaign. Nothing proves he (Corsi) actually has any involvement.

Pg. 63. ←— Malloch is stating he can get Corsi in touch with Assange. Corsi suggests to Malloch that "individuals" of the "orbit" such as Nigel Farage could also help make contact with Assange. Malloch eventually denied ever having communications with Assange.

Pg. 64. ←— Cont. from pg 63. Malloch does admit to having numerous facetime sessions with Corsi and Wikkileaks. (Redactions). It goes on to say - they have the John Podesta emails and they would be release before election day. Corsi states to Mollach that once the Podesta emails are released, we will be in the "drivers seat".


52bc2c  No.6226226

File: 53bf25beae7eb60⋯.png (168.54 KB, 407x590, 407:590, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 6b856162edc184f⋯.png (227.67 KB, 435x590, 87:118, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 3c0466d4ec8c330⋯.png (203.18 KB, 448x588, 16:21, ClipboardImage.png)

Pages 7 through 10

(pg 8 blank)

Fifth page of the table of contents:

Prosecutions and Declinations:

>Russian "active measures" campaign

>Russian hacking and dumping of emails

>>Two redactions: One for harm of ongoing matter in relation to a charging decision, and one for "personal privacy"

>Russian government outreach and contacts

>>Three redactions for harm of going matter in relation to WikiLeaks, probably for JA

>False Statements and Obstruction of Investigation

>>One name is redacted for personal privacy, and one name for harm of ongoing matter

————————————————-

First page of the report:

>Russia interfered in "sweeping and systematic fashion"

>began mid 2016 with DNC emails and then Podesta emails; ties WIkiLeaks to Russia

>used papadopoulos as the reason to start the witch hunt against POTUS

>witch hunt started on july 21, 2016

>only 2 agencies claimed collusion in the fall of 2016

>early 2017 congress started looking into it

>Mueller appointed may 2017

>investigated: "the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election," including any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.

>Special Counsel's investigation established that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election principally through two operations

>1. Russian entity carried out a social media campaign that favored presidential candidate Donald J. Trump and disparaged presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

>2. Russian intelligence

service conducted computer-intrusion operations against entities, employees, and volunteers working on the Clinton Campaign and then released stolen documents

>identified links from Russia to Trump Campaign, BUT, the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

>NO COLLUSION

————————————————-

2nd page of the report:

>2 volumes

>In some instances, the report points out the absence of evidence or conflicts in the evidence about a particular fact or event. In other instances, when substantial, credible evidence enabled the Office to reach a conclusion with confidence, the report states that the investigation established that certain actions or events occurred. A statement that the investigation did not establish particular facts does not mean there was no evidence of those facts.

>We applied the term coordination in that sense when stating in the report that the investigation did not establish that the Trump Campaign coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

>Volume I describes the factual results of the Special Counsel's investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and its interactions with the Trump Campaign.

>Section I describes the scope of the investigation.

>Sections II and III describe the principal ways Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

>Section IV describes links between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.

>Section V sets forth the Special Counsel's charging decisions.


52bc2c  No.6226243

>>6226181

use these, fucked up the formating and just redid it because we can:

Pages 1 to 10: Table of Contents and First 2 Pages: >>6226158, >>6226226


749344  No.6226258

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c TOC/Introduction >>6225488 >>6225878 >>6226182

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 Parameters of the investigation / IRA activities and the fake US accounts >>6226172

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e (blank) (blank)

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab (blank) (blank)

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d Interaction & Contacts within the Trump Campaign >>6226154

Pages 44 to 54 be045a Some disjointed thoughts >>6225899

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 Wikileaks related >>6226224

Pages 71 to 80 16548f (blank) (blank)

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f (blank) (blank)

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c (blank) (blank)

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 Russia’s desire to form relationships with the newly elected Trump and his team >>6226163

Pages 151 to 160 bbd07e (blank) (blank)

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf (blank) (blank)

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 Flynn Sanctions and Comey Loyalty >>6226157

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806 (blank) (blank)

Pages 391 to 400 ace322 (blank) >>6225686

Fully Redacted Pages b44cc5 (blank) >>6225988 >>6226047


52bc2c  No.6226276

>>6226258

see: >>6226243

I redid them, just use those two:

Pages 1 to 10: Table of Contents and First 2 Pages >>6226158, >>6226226


c19333  No.6226284

>>6225132

Perhaps we can make another thread when most of us are done with our sections so we can post these in order?

Just a thought, cheers


749344  No.6226285

>>6226276

got it thanks


749344  No.6226298

>>6226284

Theoretically this table should be fine to navigate around the findings


19eb69  No.6226305

>>6226154

REPORT PAGES 41-43

In a nutshell

IRA acting on behalf of Russia, financed by Prigozhin and his other controlled companies.

Clear evidence of Russian Interference.

IRA = Pro Trump/Anti Clinton Material

Trump acknowledged their work [if he knew, likely just trolling again].

Side note: Twitter & Facebook Involvement

Pages 41-50

>>6224992

>>6224992

>>6224992

PICK A PAGE RANGE AND LETS DO THIS


3ac92e  No.6226334

Page 21-30

Mostly a NOTHING BURGER! The only thing inter-dashing is the amount of redacted pages that may be under legal indictments for the harm to ongoing matters.

Summary: IRA set up accounts on all social media platforms to be positive to Trump and Sanders but negative to Hillary.

However, there is no way to measure real voter impact. And the most interesting is the naming of States Michael McFaul, Roger Stone, Sean Hannity and Michael Flynn Jr retweeted or responded to tweets by IRA.

Under Russian “active measures” Social Media Campaign/

Under “C” The IRA Targets U.S. Elections

Under: 1. The IRA Ramps Up US Operations As Early As 2014

Page 21

IRA employees traveled to US on intelligence-gathering mission.

June 2014, 4 IRA employees applied to enter US lying about purpose of trip claiming to be 4 four friends that met at a party.

2 of them received visa and entered US on June 4, 2014: Anna Bogacheva & Alcksandra Krylova.

(NOTE: on page heavy redacted places “harm to ongoing matter”).

Page 22

Under: 2. US Operations through IRA-Controlled Social Media Accounts

States dozens of IRA employees (referred to as specialist) operated accounts on social media.

IRA had “specialist” starting 2014 on FB, Youtube, Twitter. Then later on Tumblr and Instagram.

IRA specialist pretended to be US citizens.

By early 2015, IRA created larger social media groups falsely claiming affiliation with political or grassroots organization. (ex: @TEN_GOP, TeaParty, BLM protestors).

(NOTE: redacted places “harm to ongoing matter” in section about created accts and two paragraphs after).

Page 23

(NOTE: page heavy redacted places “harm to ongoing matter”).

By Fed 2016, “internal IRA documents” referred support for Trump & opposition to Clinton. Also, IRA specialists were to support Sanders.

Continued through 2016.

Page 24

IRA employees acknowledge focus on influencing US pres election.

(NOTE: redacted places “harm to ongoing matter” one paragraphs after).

Under: 3. US Operations Through FB

Restates IRA created & operated fake FB accounts by specialists.

(NOTE: redacted places “harm to ongoing matter” Most of page).

Page 25

Lists a few names of fake groups, mixture of conservative, black matters and LGBT.

States throughout 2016 these FB accounts increasing published support for trump & against Hillary.

This page gives many examples of purchased campaigns.

IRA purchased ads from FB to promote. 3500 ads costing $100,000.

First purchased ad April 19, 2016 support trump #kids4trump

Yet, IRA did purchase a few ads positive to Clinton.

Page 26

States: IRA social media accounts reached tens of millions of US persons. With some IRA accounts attracting hundreds of thousands of followers.

Mid-2017 “United Muslims of America” FB had over 300,000. “Being Patriot” over 200,000. “Secured Borders” over 130,000.

Accounts deactivated by FB mid-2017.

Under: 4. US Operations Through Twitter

IRA translator employees assigned to help Twitter specialist

(NOTE: redacted places “harm to ongoing matter” Most of page).

Page 27

Twitter accounts similar to FB. Even some of the same names of accounts.

Stated some IRA tweets gain popularity.

(NOTE: redacted places “harm to ongoing matter” a paragraph & 2 footnotes).

Page 28

States Michael McFaul, Roger Stone, Sean Hannity and Michael Flynn Jr retweeted or responded to tweets by IRA.

(NOTE: redacted places “harm to ongoing matter” sec b. IRA Botnet Activities).

In January 2018, Twitter identified 3,814 IRA accounts. Acc. to twitter these accounts posted 175,993 tweets.

Page 29

Twitter announced it had notified 1.4 million people who they believed had been in contact with IRA-controlled account.

Under: 5. US Operations Involving Political Rallies

IRA organized and promoted rallies inside US posing as US grassroots. And promoted events on social media IRA accounts. Also posted videos and photos of events.

INTERESTINGLY: A “confederate rally” in November 2015 was fake and organized by IRA.

Page 30

Completely REDATED


823373  No.6226356

161-170


3ac92e  No.6226363

REDACTED PAGES — Would be good to keep a list of these pages since this might be information being used for future indictments or still under investigation.


3ac92e  No.6226392

>>6226284

The use of

>>6226258 is beneficial for this.


be045a  No.6226399

File: a698f4d8d5ac5a2⋯.png (400.05 KB, 661x877, 661:877, Screenshot from 2019-04-18….png)

File: 7bbd321ac523b93⋯.mp4 (10.8 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, untitled.mp4)

The redaction on this page (53 labeled, 61 in the official pdf) can be found in this video.


749344  No.6226466

>>6226305

Are you also planning to do 41-50?


749344  No.6226478

STILL OPEN

Pages 51 to 60

Pages 91 to 100

Pages 101 to 110

Pages 111 to 120

Pages 121 to 130

Pages 161 to 170

Pages 171 to 180

Pages 181 to 190

Pages 191 to 200

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 211 to 220

Pages 221 to 230

Pages 251 to 260

Pages 261 to 270

Pages 271 to 280

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 301 to 310

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 331 to 340

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 351 to 360

Pages 361 to 370

Pages 371 to 380

Pages 381 to 390

Pages 401 to 410

Pages 411 to 420

Pages 421 to 430

Pages 431 to 440

Pages 441 to 450

NEED MOAR RESEARCHERS


a7c303  No.6226508

>>6224992

I'll take 441-450


a7c303  No.6226516

>>6226478

I'll take the Mueller questions to Trump under oath


a7c303  No.6226519

>>6226356

>also not a lawfag


b68ed9  No.6226555

File: 48b135e84244964⋯.png (18.89 KB, 71x1224, 71:1224, ClipboardImage.png)


bbd07e  No.6226679

Pg. 151. Nader did not ultimately introduce Dmitriev to anyone associated with the incoming administration.

-Nader & Prince arrange Seychelles meeting with Dmitriev

-Prince and Dmitriev Meet in the Seychelles

Pg. 152 Nader & Dmitriev's bio request

-Prince opens doc's @ Trump Tower - Spoke with Team & Bannon? Can't recall

-Nader regarding "pleasant surprise" for Dmitriev requests meeting in Seychelles

Pg. 153 Nader states to Dmitriev "Prince designated by Bannon"

- The Seychelles Meetings - Prince & Dmitriev

Pg. 154 Prince & Nader discussion regarding Russian aircraft Carrier - Libya

Pg. 155 Dmitriev to Nader "disappointed in his meeting with Prince

Work Calls gotta run Guise >>6226213


9ac239  No.6226716

File: 63c590e914b1b11⋯.pdf (224.11 KB, 65.pdf)

File: f7c8470773f4eac⋯.pdf (537 KB, 66.pdf)

File: 74fdebe6499e268⋯.pdf (553.94 KB, 67.pdf)

File: 8a0c758cf71ab76⋯.pdf (709.95 KB, 68.pdf)

File: 506f7c759ef221b⋯.pdf (742.31 KB, 69.pdf)

>>6226224

Pg. 60 - 69 Cont.

Pg. 65. ←– Page completely redacted.

Pg. 66. ←— 4 days after Assange press conference - The Access Hollywood Video of Candidate Trump is released, meant to adversely effect the campaign. Less then 1 hr. after the release of the video - Wikileaks releases the 1st set of stolen Podesta emails obtained by GRU. Corsi, again claiming he had communications with Wikileaks in regards to the release (redaction follows). Corsi says he has communication with Malloch however flights logs prove that Malloch is actually on a TransAtlantic flight at the time Corsi claims to have had said conversation.

Pg. 67. ←— More Corsi stating his communications with Wikileaks was key in the release of the Podesta emails. Stating that his tweets were intent to communicate with Assange. After Investigation it none of Corsi's claims we proven to be true - at all. Donald Trump Jr. however DID have communication with Wikileaks. On Sept 20, 2016 Jason Fishbein sent Wikileaks a PW for an unlaunched website focused on Trumps unprecedented and dangerous ties to Russia. PutinTrump.org

Pg. 68. ←- Cont. from Pg. 67 9:30am Wikileaks tweets "Let's Bomb Iraq". Progress for America PAC to launch PutinTrump.org. pw - putintrump. Several hours later - Wikileaks send Don Jr. a Twitter DM password included - telling him there could be damaging information within the website. Don Jr. informs other senior Campaign staff - alerting them to the "weird" Twitter DM. States he tried the PW - that it works. Asked Campaign staffers for their thoughts. Don Jr. responds to the Wikileaks DM - stating he doesn't know who these people are but he'll ask around. Oct. 3rd 2016 Wikileaks sends Don Jr. another DM - looking for some imput on Clinton using a drone to target Assange. Don Jr responds - stating he'd already done so, and asked whats with this release he keeps hearing about? Oct. 12 - Wikileaks DMs back - thanking Don Jr. and Sr. for talking about their publications and strongly suggest Trump mention this link in his tweet wlsearch.tk

Pg. 69. < —– The investigation could never tie the Trump Campaign to the recovery / release of the Clinton emails - even though they had interviewed many - none could corroborate the charges. Campaign adviser Michael Caputo learns thru a Florida based Russian Business partner that Henry Greenberg also know as Henry Oknyansky claims to have information about Hillary Clinton. Caputo notified Roger Stone and brokered communications between Oknyansky and Stone. Stone sets up an "in person" meeting in May 2016. Oknyansky is accompanied by a Ukrainian - Alexei Rasin. They offer to sell Stone derogatory information about Clinton, Rasin claims to have obtained the information while working for Clinton. Including financial statements demonstrating Clinton's involvement in money laundering. Stone refuses to pay - stating Trump would never pay for opposition research. Oknyansky continued to shop the Clinton information around to other interested parties. The investigation found that there was no evidence that Rasin ever worked for Clinton.


a7c303  No.6226800

File: ad11b64b9112209⋯.png (125.64 KB, 621x214, 621:214, Saved.png)

Based Trump is Based

Pg. - C-14


749344  No.6226804

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c TOC/Introduction

>>6226158

>>6226226

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 Parameters of the investigation / IRA activities and the fake US accounts

>>6226172

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e IRA set up accounts on all social media platforms to be positive to Trump and Sanders but negative to Hillary.

>>6226334

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d Interaction & Contacts within the Trump Campaign

>>6226154

Pages 44 to 54 be045a Some disjointed thoughts

>>6225899

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 Wikileaks related

>>6226224

>>6226716

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 Russia’s desire to form relationships with the newly elected Trump and his team >>6226163

Pages 151 to 160 bbd07e Prince & Dmitriev & Nader

>>6226679

Pages 161 to 170 823373

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 Flynn Sanctions and Comey Loyalty

>>6226157

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

Pages 391 to 400 ace322

>>6225686

Pages 411 to 420 a7c303

Fully Redacted Pages b44cc5

>>6225988

>>6226047


fa276c  No.6226808

>>6226478

Not sure what is taken or not. Can you just assign a section to me?


749344  No.6226903

File: 6f29048744518cb⋯.png (5.31 KB, 109x561, 109:561, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6226808

Open

Pages 51 to 60

Pages 91 to 100

Pages 101 to 110

Pages 111 to 120

Pages 121 to 130

Pages 171 to 180

Pages 181 to 190

Pages 191 to 200

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 211 to 220

Pages 221 to 230

Pages 251 to 260

Pages 261 to 270

Pages 271 to 280

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 301 to 310

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 331 to 340

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 351 to 360

Pages 361 to 370

Pages 371 to 380

Pages 381 to 390

Pages 401 to 410

Pages 421 to 430

Pages 431 to 440

Pages 441 to 450


2019f8  No.6226916

I'll take 431-440


a7c303  No.6226945

>>6226916

See——–→ >>6226804


d0ec5e  No.6227047

grabbing 271 - 280


b7d7cf  No.6227203

File: e52fb187ac5bd58⋯.jpeg (164.79 KB, 400x300, 4:3, 759D8156-8456-4245-A28B-A….jpeg)

I will take 331 - 340.


a7c303  No.6227281

File: 2f4deb8c9c1f60b⋯.png (492.35 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6226945

>>6226804

>>6226800

I really think this aspect of the Cohen storyline plays in to possibility that operation to compromise begins in 2015


19eb69  No.6227329

>>6226466

I've made a start…

still weeding it out


823373  No.6227346

p. 161-167

Continues from 160 to summarize section 1512(c)(2) outlining obstruction of justice to defend the statutory application of obstruction-of-justice provisions to the conduct under investigation.

Specifically the section lists legal terminology, judicial decisions supporting a broad definition of section 1512(c)(2), legislative history, the ways in which the law was written, ending with the point that other obstruction statutes may apply to the conduct in this investigation, including witness tampering.

p. 168 names Constitutional defenses for applying obstruction statutes to Presidential conduct

p. 169-170 gets pulpy. They say that to terminate an FBI director & terminate investigations can constitute obstruction of justice, that executive powers are checked by Congress, & it would still be illegal for the President to obstruct or influence an investigation into his own conduct.


e6748e  No.6227356

Pages 431 to 440 reading now


19eb69  No.6227366

>>6224992

Key:

RFMID = Russian Federation Main Intelligence Directorate

GRU = General Staff

DCCC = Democratic Congressional Campaign Comittee

DNC = Democratic National Comittee

HOM =Harm to Ongoing Matter

TTC = The Trump Campaign

CC = Clinton Campaign

______

Page 44

Report page 36 & first line 37

III. Russian Hacking & Dumping Operations

>March 2016 RFMID of the GRU hacked Clinton network including Podesta emails

>April 2016 GRU hacked DCCC targeting Clinton connections

>GRU stole ”hundreds of thousands of documents”

>documents released by GRU via “DCLeaks”, “Guccifer 2.0” & Wikileaks

>timing of release designed to interfere and undermine CC

>TTC interest in Wikileaks releases …

“And in the Summer and Fall of 2016…” [Redacted: HOM]

??What were the Trump Campaign up to in Summer/Fall 2016??

>”Wikileaks first Clinton-related release [Redacted: HOM], TTC stayed in contact [HOM] about Wikileaks activities.

??Who did the Trump Campaign stay in contact with RE: Wikileaks??

Assange maybe? ?just a thought as would make sense that it’s redacted under current matters.?

>Investigation unable to resolve HOM regarding Wikileaks release of Podesta emails.

=investigation notes correlation between dump of podesta emails and media attack on trump* Oct 7 2016=

***

A. GRU Hacking Directed At Clinton Campaign

1. GRU Units Target Clinton Campaign

>Two Military units used to hack CC, DNC, DCCC. Military Units 26165 & 74455

>26165 = GRU cyber unit dedicated to target organisations outside of Russia (including US). –Dedicated - that’s all this machine does…–

>Organisations include military, political, governmental, non-governmental.. –Take your pick–

>Unit sub-divided into departments with different specialities. One department for malware, one for spearphishing.. etc…

>[Investigative Technique] a bitcoin op to secure bitcoins used to buy computer infrastructure used in hacking ops.

> ref: Bitcoin mining [IT] keep it’s newly mined coins in an account on Bitcoin Exchange platform CEX.io. To make purchases the GRU routed funds into other accounts through transactions designed to obscure the source of funds. >Netyksho Indictment | 62.

Page 45

Report Page 37

1. GRU Units Target Clinton Campaign (cont…)

> Unit 74455 related to GRU with multi-departments that engaged in cyber ops.

>Assisted release of docs stolen by 26165, the promotion of release & publication of Anti-clinton content operated by GRU.

>officers from 74455 separated hacked computers belonging to US officials & companies.

>Unit 26165 used [IT] to learn about [IT] different websites relating to Dems. [IT] began prior to obtaining access - indicating targeting over opportunity.

>GRU officers send 000s of spearphishing emails of CC employees and volunteers.

>March 10-15 2016 : 26165 sent 90 sphishing emails to accounts at hillaryclinton.com. March 15 + GRU began targeting of Gmail Accounts of CC & DNC (incl Podesta)

>reiteration of quantity of accounts hacked


19eb69  No.6227379

>>6227366

>>6226154

Pages 41 - 45


a7c303  No.6227391

>>6226804

Alright, yeah, nothing of note in the questions. Just Mueller team desperate digging for juice.

Trump's responses are "I do not recall…" for what I can only assume would be perjury traps. Can't say, "No, I didn't", because they would more than likely imply perjury/lying.


a7c303  No.6227397

>>6226903

>6226903

Jumping to 51-60


ab144f  No.6227407

File: d7e17396725f3cb⋯.jpg (32.74 KB, 961x123, 961:123, FN 351.JPG)

File: 6a8af10b383cdc0⋯.jpg (64.8 KB, 956x211, 956:211, FN 359.JPG)

File: d8c0cf08d0e22f9⋯.jpg (127.24 KB, 983x750, 983:750, FN 407.JPG)

>>6226804

Pages 81-90 (report p73-p82)

Cohen's involvement with the attempted set up of meetings for Trump Tower, Moscow

Origins of PapaD joining Trump campaign

Summary:

Cohen attempts to set up meetings for Trump Tower with Russian officials via intermediaries during 2015 through to June 2016. No meetings actually occur.

Papadopoulos is told that Russia might have Clinton dirt soon after joining the Trump campaign. He suggests this to a representative of a foreign govt but does not share directly with the Trump campaign.

Key observations:

>Cohen is not good with details. He thought Klokov was an Olympian weightlifter and got an email address wrong. He also seemed to be depending on Sater to arrange meetings but he didn't seem to have the promised connections.

>Former aide to Russia's energy minister, Klokov, reaches out to Cohen via Klokov's wife's connection to Ivanka Trump

>Telephone record between Cohen and Poliakova forms part of a Grand Jury redaction. He requested assistance to move Trump Tower project forward.

>Sater emails Cohen to arrange visas for Cohen and Trump via Evgeney Dvoskin, an executive of a bank in Ukraine. This shows as a footnote with redaction for Grand Jury.

>Trump received a seperate invite to St Petersburg International Economic Forum from Sergei Prikhodko, Russian Deputy PM, which Trump declined via his PA.

>Robert Foresman unsolicited reaches out to the campaign via Graff (via Mark Burnett). States he has expertise in Russia and Ukraine and had set up private channel for Putin and George W Bush. Wanted a private meeting to discuss 'concrete things' that couldn't be done on email. No meeting was arranged.

>Soon after joining campaign PapaD was approached by Mifsud with info Russia had dirt on Clinton. PapaD did not tell the campaign this. Mifsud with 2 Russian Nationals then tried to arrange with PapaD a meeting between campaign and Russia. No meeting was arranged.

Page Summaries:

pg. 81 - Klokov attempted to arrange for Cohen to meet in Russia via phone calls and emails Nov 15, in order to then have the candidate meet with Putin. Cohen emphasised that any meetings be for the Trump Tower and not political. Cohen declined the offer due to already working with Sater who supposedley had his own connections to the Russian govt

pg. 82 - By Dec 15 Cohen decided to independently contact the Russian govt and attempted to send an email to Peskov but sent it to an incorrect email address. He then followed up with another to the correct email.

Cohen said he didn't recieve a response and stopped working on the project Jan 16. This was false and he continued to Jun 16 on the project.

pg. 83 - Peskov's PA Elena Poliakova contacted Cohen and they talked for 20 minutes about the project Jan 20 2016 [Grand Jury footnote 351]

pg. 84 - Sater followed this with an invite for Cohen to visit Moscow and later asked for passport images of Cohen and Trump's passports. Sater wrote in an email about speaking with Evgeny Dvoskin [Grand Jury footnote 359]

Cohen sent his and sent a request to Trump via Executive Assistant Rhona Graf.

pg. 85 Sater attempted to have Cohen and Trump attend the St Petersberg International Economic Forum held in June 16 - Trump declined as did Cohen who felt Russian officials were not involved with the invite

pg. 86 Investigation found there were 2 occasions there was a possibility of Trump going to Russia for the Trump Tower Project late 2015 and spring 2016. Both were declined.

pg. 87 88 Trump was invited by Deputy PM Prikhodko to the Forum - Graff prepared a letter to decline the offer

Rober Foresman (NY investment banker) then reached out to Graff on behalf of Anton Kobyakov (Russian presidential aide) to set up a meeting. This wasn't pursued.

pg. 89 PapaD joined Trump campaign in March 16 as foreign policy advisor

Mifsud told PapaD about dirt on Clinton in April 16 that Russia had obtained

May 6 16 PapaD 'suggested' to 'a representative of a foreign governement' [Downer not named] that Russia could assist with release of info on Clinton

PapaD shared this info with others outside of the campaign but not with the campaign.

pg. 90 PapaD had tried to join the campaign in summer 15 but they weren't looking for foreign advisors at that point so he joined Ben Carson's campaign until Feb 16

He then took a role in London at LCILP and contacted Trump campaign again. He was offered the role after the campaign decided they needed someone with his expertise.

Key Actors:

Cohen, Dmitry Klokov (Dir External Communications for PJSC Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System), Felix Sater (IC Expert), Elena Poliakova (PA for Russian Press Secretary Peskov), Robert Foresman, Papadopoulos


d0ec5e  No.6227414

>>6227047

Mueller report pages 271 - 280

This section largely deals with the events immediately prior and leading up to the termination of FBI director Comey by POTUS. It describes several meetings, with key players Boente, McGahn, Sessions, Rosenstein, Miller, & Comey.

Key Points:

1. At first, President expresses confidence in Comey, and asks him to publicly state that the Russian Election interference investigation is not investigating the President.

2. DOJ & FBI resist making that statement, and Comey refuses to comment on whether the President is being investigated in his May 3, 2017 testimony.

3. POTUS asks intelligence agencies to put out that the Russia Link is false and largely they reply they cannot publicly comment on an ongoing investigation.

4. POTUS tried to prevent Sessions' recusal, and urged him to unrecuse at various times. At one point he expresses anger in a meeting, blaming Sessions' for "leaving him on an island"

5. POTUS becomes angered that the misdirection that the reporting of Russia Election interference investigation (falsely) indicates POTUS is under investigation. He comments several times this is hurting his ability to conduct business with foreign leaders, especially Russia.

6. POTUS loses confidence in Comey after May 3, 2017 testimony, calls him a "showboater", "grandstander", begins discussing removing him with Miller & Kushner

7. Sessions & Rosenstein support Comey's firing. Rosenstein writes memo to this effect, but claims his reasons differ from POTUS. POTUS is adamant this memo contain some mention to the reference that POTUS is not being investigated.

8. POTUS uses Comey's termination letter to publicly announce that Comey personally stated that POTUS is not under investigation.

——–

Anon's take: lots of misdirection and 3D chess by all key players.


572ef4  No.6227437

>>6225338

Text version generated from Scribd PDF images here (1 hour elapsed):

kek.gg/u/mNP5

using linux:

pdfimages report.pdf foo

for x in {001..447};

do

echo "$x";

convert -rotate -90 foo-"$x".ppm foo-"$x"-rotated

tesseract foo-"$x"-rotated Mueller-"$x";

done;

cat Mueller* > OCR-Mueller.txt


749344  No.6227531

Current summaries, let me know if I missed you

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c TOC/Introduction

>>6226158

>>6226226

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 Parameters of the investigation / IRA activities and the fake US accounts

>>6226172

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e IRA set up accounts on all social media platforms to be positive to Trump and Sanders but negative to Hillary.

>>6226334

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d, 19eb69 Interaction & Contacts within the Trump Campaign

>>6226154

>>6226154

>>6227366

Pages 44 to 54 be045a Some disjointed thoughts

>>6225899

Pages 51 to 60 a7c303

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 Wikileaks related

>>6226224

>>6226716

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f Cohen's involvement with the attempted set up of meetings for Trump Tower, Moscow. Origins of PapaD joining Trump campaign

>>6227407

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 Russia’s desire to form relationships with the newly elected Trump and his team

>>6226163

Pages 151 to 160 bbd07e Prince & Dmitriev & Nader

>>6226679

Pages 161 to 170 823373 Outlining obstruction of justice to defend the statutory application of obstruction-of-justice provisions to the conduct under investigation.

>>6227346

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 Flynn Sanctions and Comey Loyalty

>>6226157

Pages 271 to 280 d0ec5e This section largely deals with the events immediately prior and leading up to the termination of FBI director Comey by POTUS. It describes several meetings, with key players Boente, McGahn, Sessions, Rosenstein, Miller, & Comey.

>>6227414

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

Pages 331 to 340 b7d7cf

Pages 391 to 400 ace322

>>6225686

Pages 411 to 420 a7c303

>>6227281

Pages 431 to 440 2019f8, e6748e

Fully Redacted Pages b44cc5

>>6225988

>>6226047


0f83b5  No.6227538

File: 4fa032ad8e2d5af⋯.jpeg (671.22 KB, 771x1296, 257:432, C682E4B4-9661-4C39-A13F-0….jpeg)

Nadlers press conference has me steaming! Why isn’t someone fighting back, calling BS to this bullshit!

NEW: House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler: "Attorney General Barr appears to have shown an unsettling willingness to undermine his own department in order to protect Pres. Trump."

https://twitter.com/abc/status/1118951323385221120?s=21


749344  No.6227541

OPEN PAGES

Pages 91 to 100

Pages 101 to 110

Pages 111 to 120

Pages 121 to 130

Pages 171 to 180

Pages 181 to 190

Pages 191 to 200

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 211 to 220

Pages 221 to 230

Pages 251 to 260

Pages 261 to 270

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 301 to 310

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 351 to 360

Pages 361 to 370

Pages 371 to 380

Pages 381 to 390

Pages 401 to 410

Pages 421 to 430

Pages 441 to 450


0f83b5  No.6227546

File: 4adc728f7278c7d⋯.jpeg (45.69 KB, 360x360, 1:1, CF4C6960-78AB-4D01-AF96-8….jpeg)

>>6227538

Sorry wrong thread guys


9f28ab  No.6227558

pp. 31-40

Methods employed by the IRA on Social Media to Influence Election

(30):

Used "individ's" (fake) accts, then (fake) orgs' and loosely tied to real orgs' accounts. Many HOM's

31:

Aim was to show support of Trump and Sanders and criticize HC

HOMS…FB grp "Secured Borders" was IRA

Foots…many HOMS

32:

IRA admits its aim is to influence election. HOM

Many IRA FB accts op'd by specialists, series of HOMS going on related to these.

33:

Many groups: "(with names such as "Being Patriotic," " Stop All Immigrants," "Secured Borders," and "Tea Party News"), purported Black social justice groups ("Black Matters," "Blacktivist," and "Don't Shoot Us"), LGBTQ groups ("LGBT United"), and religious groups ("United Muslims of America")."

Ads purchased: 3500 for apprx $100,000.

IRA accounts promoted rallies, flashmobs, hashtag pushes.

Foots: lists accounts, ads and dates

34:

Lists accounts' reach, incl names of accts.

Twitter header:

Good translators assigned to tweet as US persons. HOM

Also had Twit Bot network. HOM

Foots: a few names, HOMs

35:

Twitter methods - orig posts, interact publicly and by DM

Names accts and reach of influence

HOM HOM

These got popular and were interacted with by /ourguys/ and media.

Foots: HOMs, examples

36:

"Similarly, numerous high-profile U.S. persons, including former Ambassador Michael McFaul,72 Roger Stone,73 Sean Hannity,74 and Michael Flynn Jr.,75 retweeted or responded to tweets posted to these IRA-controlled accounts. Multiple individuals affiliated with the Trump Campaign also promoted IRA tweets (discussed below)."

IRA Botnet activities

HOM HOM

Foots: Examples of high-profile tweets HOMs

37:

Twit. said 1.4 M ppl in IRA twitter contact

Pol rallies:

IRA acct>> promo's rally

>>>Direct Messages individ's to attend

>>>found coordinators from that group if interested ===> patsy

IRA would lie about not being able to attend, patsy asked to organize

IRA called media to promote, media told to contact patsy

IRA posted event results in its accts

dozens of rallies were organized

>>confederate rally 11/2015

some up to 100's of attendees

ALL WERE CLOSELY monitored!!!! >>> HOM section into next page

Foots:

50,258 automated accounts connected to the Russian government, which tweeted more than a million times in the ten weeks before the election.

Foots: Some rally details

38:

All HOMS

39:

All IRA rallies focused on pro-Trump

Trump Campaign even posted on one.

IRA social media did recruiting for rallies - HOM next

IRA focused on finding useful amplifier peeps - HOM

IRA used —-REDACTED TECHNIQUE—- to contact and recruit

Foots: HOMs, ex.s of rally ID's

40

IRA was "Black Matters US" >> "Black Fist"

Recruited moderators from conservative soc med to promote IRA content

IRA hired self defense guy for Black fist

pol acts Santa w/Trump mask >>HOM

IRA TRACKED its US helpers who had worked for them.

Foots: Lists ID's dates of rallies…

end of my section

Rally dates mentioned

Confederate rally on 11/2015

6/25/16 outside Trump Tower

June till election…

3 in NY,

8/16 series in Fla

10/16 series in Penn

(Rallies were organized in New York on June 25, 2016; Florida on August 20, 2016; and Pennsylvania on October 2, 2016.)

2/17 Black Fist training


572ef4  No.6227602

File: 4f50304cdfbbf91⋯.png (198.12 KB, 753x883, 753:883, Screenshot from 2019-04-18….png)

File: a0583542a62bd9e⋯.png (39.23 KB, 471x364, 471:364, Screenshot from 2019-04-18….png)

>>6227437

tagcrowd


b7d7cf  No.6227662

File: a3a5df4d0279ec3⋯.jpeg (225.04 KB, 1080x696, 45:29, 0793DBE3-5369-47F7-95C7-4….jpeg)

Almost home to type my summary. Saw what appears to be the whole report in one picture.

https://twitter.com/brian_mcgill/status/1118902350771572741?s=21


bbec86  No.6227730

File: d7b955bc5351223⋯.png (41.14 KB, 677x357, 677:357, ClipboardImage.png)

As always, Brian Cates lays it all out.

https://twitter.com/drawandstrike/status/1118927347166609408


aa2ae6  No.6227810

Wishing to help out. I have done this before. Are there any pages not claimed?Where do I see what is claimed?


aa2ae6  No.6227823

>>6227541

OK! I will take 91 to 100. may come back for more.


a7c303  No.6227834

File: 07fee57ddf47b37⋯.png (568.51 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6227531

Haven't really heard anything about William Patten… and by haven't really, I mean not at all. So, probably a lot more to dig on with that one. Other anons probably have their head wrapped around that one a little better.

Pg: D-2 (444.pdf)


ab144f  No.6227905

>>6227810

current status

>>6227541

91-100 was just taken - the rest up for grabs

Just post which one you'll be taking.

Thanks anon


a7c303  No.6228004

File: 471398a735023c3⋯.png (886.45 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

File: c89146fd472cfa5⋯.png (255.05 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 8a741df4cadc14e⋯.png (261.13 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

File: bb98427b2afcf43⋯.png (255.39 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6227397

>>6227541

>>6226903

Netyksho indictment shows bitcoin transfers.

>https://www.justice.gov/file/1080281/download

also illuminati reference….kek


a7eebb  No.6228066

File: b4e437d41c8cbd0⋯.png (79.6 KB, 762x97, 762:97, Screenshot(681).png)

File: c32d01997c5d28e⋯.png (51.22 KB, 744x61, 744:61, Screenshot(682).png)

File: 718e124843ddeb9⋯.png (79.31 KB, 715x158, 715:158, Screenshot(683).png)

File: 4598af60f2433ab⋯.png (93.81 KB, 707x221, 707:221, Screenshot(684).png)

File: 0879c09a8dca293⋯.png (115.22 KB, 808x188, 202:47, Screenshot(685).png)

>>6227356On pages 431 to 440 are the last few written Question submitted by Mueller to be answered by POTUS..

The subjects were

1 the support of Putin for Trump

2 knowledge of DNC hack

3 the 'Russia if you are listening' joke

4 where were you when the Podesta emails were released?

5 what were your conversations with Roger Stone about?

6 the Trump Org Moscow project

7 did you know Manafort was connected to Ukraine oligarchs?

8 Why did you hire Manafort

9 were you invited to the World Chess Championship 2 days after the election and did you attend?


a7eebb  No.6228126

File: 789f5b5c9a2194c⋯.png (132.69 KB, 768x178, 384:89, Screenshot(686).png)

File: 79cd3613e266a9d⋯.png (43.61 KB, 791x143, 791:143, Screenshot(687).png)

File: 58da7d53202bc41⋯.png (94.15 KB, 731x197, 731:197, Screenshot(688).png)

File: 52f0b91e4a0fc46⋯.png (497.97 KB, 752x487, 752:487, Screenshot(689).png)

File: b87e93e98e79ded⋯.png (74.68 KB, 787x118, 787:118, Screenshot(690).png)


a7c303  No.6228141

File: 77602260b2ea1d1⋯.png (825.15 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6228004

DCLeaks published Google/Microsoft coordination

(pg.49 [41pdf]


749344  No.6228158

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c TOC/Introduction

>>6226158

>>6226226

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 Parameters of the investigation / IRA activities and the fake US accounts

>>6226172

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e IRA set up accounts on all social media platforms to be positive to Trump and Sanders but negative to Hillary.

>>6226334

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab Methods employed by the IRA on Social Media to Influence Election

>>6227558

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d, 19eb69 Interaction & Contacts within the Trump Campaign

>>6226154

>>6226154

>>6227366

Pages 44 to 54 be045a Some disjointed thoughts

>>6225899

Pages 51 to 60 a7c303

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 Wikileaks related

>>6226224

>>6226716

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f Cohen's involvement with the attempted set up of meetings for Trump Tower, Moscow. Origins of PapaD joining Trump campaign

>>6227407

Pages 91 to 100 aa2ae6

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 Russia’s desire to form relationships with the newly elected Trump and his team

>>6226163

Pages 151 to 160 bbd07e Prince & Dmitriev & Nader

>>6226679

Pages 161 to 170 823373 Outlining obstruction of justice to defend the statutory application of obstruction-of-justice provisions to the conduct under investigation.

>>6227346

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 Flynn Sanctions and Comey Loyalty

>>6226157

Pages 271 to 280 d0ec5e This section largely deals with the events immediately prior and leading up to the termination of FBI director Comey by POTUS. It describes several meetings, with key players Boente, McGahn, Sessions, Rosenstein, Miller, & Comey.

>>6227414

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

Pages 331 to 340 b7d7cf

Pages 391 to 400 ace322 Previous court cases as examples to investigate or prosecute a sitting president (ie Nixon). Obstruction conclusion.

>>6225686

Pages 411 to 420 a7c303 Operation to compromise begins in 2015?

>>6227281

>>6227834

>>6228004

Pages 431 to 440 2019f8, e6748e, a7eebb Last few written Question submitted by Mueller to be answered by POTUS.

>>6228066

Fully Redacted Pages b44cc5

>>6225988

>>6226047

Cool Tag Cloud 572ef4

>>6227602


a7eebb  No.6228197

File: 10a0e42bdc94b4c⋯.png (152.26 KB, 761x192, 761:192, Screenshot(691).png)

File: 1f7805a5956d9c3⋯.png (84.11 KB, 807x131, 807:131, Screenshot(692).png)

File: 8ec0bf90656d809⋯.png (275.15 KB, 806x402, 403:201, Screenshot(693).png)

File: 9a6696f26e66aa3⋯.jpg (97.36 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, D4cL-2GXsAAIini.jpg)


959fea  No.6228291

pages 300-310, DJT tries to shut down the SC while looking okay doing it

The word obstruction is oddly avoided here. What DJT did looks bad (messages sent outside official channels, asking Sessions to act after he had recused, which prevented action) but aside from bad optics, nothing to see.

Nexus question redaction because grand jury on pg 309. See Vol-II Sect II.G

POTUS looks rattled, as he gives instructions to McGahn to stop the SC via conflicts of interest Mueller/SC have. All pursuits seem to be about optics, making the general public see their president has having done nothing wrong.

McGahn quits, not wanting to be part of the way DJT handles these things.

DJT talks to friend / campaign mgr Lewandowski to tell Sessions to quit, except that message never gets there because Rick Dearborn was uncomfortable being the message-boy

Hope Hicks tries to get in the way of the NYT interview but DJT was having too much fun.

Priebus, McGahn barely manage to convince DJT not to fire Sessions, who would later "always carry" his resignation letter

evidence going into this are, 302's with Cory Lewandowski, McGahn, Pribus, Hope Hicks, Kelly, Rick Dearborn, and one from Hunt.

page 310 starts to talk about the meeting between Kushner, Manafort, DJT-jr, and "a Russian attorney" again, optics about how bad the emails look, and how to spin them when they leak.

I've got a longer review, posted to main-thread #7963, but … it's longer. Much longer.


959fea  No.6228495

>>6227541

>>6228291

I've done something with 300-310.

sage for nothing else being added here.


52bc2c  No.6228616

>>6228495

bump for being a fag and not reading above


1b32fa  No.6228749

Is anybody interested in a text-based version of the report, unfortunately largely removed of its makeup? If so, I'll run a quick script on it.


d6642f  No.6228787

>>6227541

I'll do 111-120, thanks.


1b32fa  No.6228789

>>6228749

nvm, already done in >>6227437


bbd07e  No.6228858

>>6226804

>>6226679

Pg. 156 Prince & Bannon conflicting accounts re: Dmitriev communication

- Late Nov 2016 UAE national security advisor introduced Dmitriev to Rick Gerson - friend of Kushner

Pg. 157 At Dmitriev's request Gerson said he would ask Kushner & Flynn who "key person or people" were re: reconciliation with Russia, joint security concerns & economic matters.

Pg. 158 Dmitriev told Gerson that Bannon had asked Prince to meet with Dmitriev and that the two had had a positive meeting.

- Dmitriev's 2 page doc listing 5 main points. Gerson gives copy to Kushner. Kushner gives to Bannon and a copy to Tillerson.

- Dmitriev informed Gerson that Putin and President Trump would speak by phone.

Pg. 159 Kislyak's meeting with Kushner & Flynn in Trump Tower.

- Catherine Vargus(Kushner's exec assistant) re: received request Kushner for a meeting with Kislyak.

- Vargus reports to Kushner that Yuri Ushakov was the contact for "more direct/substantial matters"

Pg. 160 Trump Tower meeting at Kushner's invitation. Kislyak, Flynn.. Bannon did not attend.


749344  No.6229224

ATTENTION

I have to run, can someone else please maintain this board?

https://pastebin.com/gT4BLQxS

Here's the paste

Feel free to format however you like


308a37  No.6229511

>>6229224

>https://pastebin.com/gT4BLQxS

I at least have ==practice== baked.

I have your paste. I'll try!


749344  No.6229744

>>6229511

Doubt we'll fill up 750 posts, but try to keep track of who grabs which pages and a brief title for the summary and a link to anything they post about their ranges in the right box

Would be good to go to the general thread and find more diggers as I think we've fizzled out a bit and we only got half done


308a37  No.6229779

>>6229744

I can do that. I won't be going anywhere, anyway.

o7


d6642f  No.6230060

>>6224992

>>6228158

pp 111-120 - Trump Tower meeting

Summary: Mostly information previously publicly revealed. Does outline the stark difference between how info was pitched by the Agalarov's/Rob Goldstone and the content of the meeting itself. Also presents how testimony from Cohen, Gates & NV conflicts with testimony from other participants. Fair amount of redactions related to Grand Jury proceedings.

Key Actors:

DJTJr. // Paul Manafort // Jared Kushner

Rick Gates // Michael Cohen

Aras Agalarov (AA) - Russian real-estate developer w/ gov't construction contracts

Emin Agalarov (EA) - Aras' son & Azerbaijani pop star

Rob Goldstone (RG) - Emin Agalarov's then publicist (interviewed by SC)

Natalia Veselnitskaya (NV) - Russian lawyer at TT meeting

Ike Kaveladze (IK) - Georgian-born US citizen who works for AA.

Rinat Akmetshin (RA) - Soviet-born US lobbyist on Magnitsky Act issues

Key observations:

a. Setting up the June 9 meeting

– DJT & AA have a prior relationship through 2013 Miss Universe pageant. RG facilitated ongoing contact between the 2 families over the years.

– On 6/3/16, RG sends DJTJr. an email stating that AA had a meeting with the Russian crown prosecutor who offered to provide some 'officials docs & info that would incriminate HRC and her dealings with Russia'.

– On 6/6-6/7 DJTJr. have multiple brief calls. Also on 6/6, AA asks IK to serve as translator for a meeting in NY with the Trump Org on the Magnitsky Act.

– 6/7 - RG emails DJTJr. to schedule meeting. DJTJr. discloses that he, Manafort & Kushner will be in attendance.

– Rick Gates claimed that the meeting was brought up with senior campaign staff and that he urged caution, but no other parties involved recall Gates' claim.

– Michael Cohen claimed that DJTJr. brought up the meeting with the subject being 'adverse info on HRC' while they were in the office with DJT, but no other parties involved recall Cohen's claim.

b. Events of 6/9/16

– NV calls RA, says she's in NY and asks him to lunch later that day with IK and another translator (IS).

– NV claims she produced a document alleging financial misconduct of Bill Browder & the Ziff brothers in Russia, both who've donated to the DNC, but there is a dispute between the participants about what was discussed in the lunch.

– All 4 lunch participants then went to TT for the meeting, joined by RG. Manafort, Kushner & DJTJr. were the other participants. The meeting lasted about 20 minutes.

– Participants agreed that NV brought up the Ziff Brothers claims & Magnitsky Act issues (corraborated by Manafort's phone notes). DJTJr. asked a follow-up about how this was tied to HRC. NV & RA brought up adoption issues. DJTJr. replied that they currently had no control over these situations.

– Kushner was agitated and had his office call him so he could have an excuse to leave early.

– NV's subsequent accounts of the meeting differ from all other participant accounts.

– DJTJr. subsequently stated that purpose of the meeting was to gauge whether RG's colleagues had any opposition research worth further discussing with counsel.

– After meeting, RG called DJTJr. to apologize. AA called IK for a report immediately after the meeting. IK disclosed to AA that the meeting had been about the Magnitsky Act and that it was a "waste of time".

c. Post-June 9 events - small paragraph saved for pp. 121-130

Sources:

– Redacted GJ info // Interview & email evidence from RG // internal campaign email evidence + interviews // NV testimony before Senate Judiciary // various articles in MSM (???)

– According to SC, '' The Office spoke to every meeting participant except NV & DJTJr., the latter of who declined to be voluntarily interviewed by the Office" + 2 lines of redacted Grand Jury information.


d6642f  No.6230279

>>6230060

>pp 111-120 - Trump Tower meeting

Editorial Comments:

– There is ZERO discussion as to how NV gets a visa to enter the US, even the Report references an article by Reuters "How did Russian lawyer Veselnitskaya Get into U.S. for Trump Tower Meeting?" (11/6/17).

– This section relies on a number of articles in the press which is concerning in and of itself.

– The key player in this section - Natalia Veselnitskaya (NV) - was never interviewed by the SC office. There is no explanation as to why.

– The redacted Grand Jury portions appear to all revolve around NV & Aras/Emin Agalarov.

– It would be fair to speculate that if this meeting was an effort to entrap the Trump Campaign in some fashion, these 3 individuals would be central to that effort.


d6642f  No.6230296

>>6230279

>even the Report references an article by Reuters

even though the Report


308a37  No.6230385

>>6230296

Got it. I can't correct, don't worry about it. Added post numbers to pastebin. Thank you!


3ac92e  No.6230576

I can take a section if one is needed. I already finished one. Is anything needed?

Or a second look at a complicated or complex section?


3ac92e  No.6230615

>>6230576

421-430


308a37  No.6230653

>>6230615

Gotcha, Thanks!


3ac92e  No.6230680

>>6227662

thank you that shows how few pages are fully redacted. Excellent visual.


3ac92e  No.6230791

>>6230653

>https://www.justice.gov/storage/report.pd

Where is the link for Vol II of II

I am wanting to read pages 421-430 but only have Vol I. (as I offered to do)

I apologize for asking for this if it is already here.


472e43  No.6230913

>>6224992

I'm taking pages 381 to 390


33a6fe  No.6230931

>>6226122

Shill much? Glow much?

You won't be able to create a muh jew narrative.

Q drops and POTUS is what anons rely on.

Anons don't fall for little shilly comments as in your post.

Carry on doing anons work, shill op.

Try to subvert while doing that.

It will fail anyway.

DIVIDERS WILL FAIL.

NOTHING CAN STOP WHAT IS COMING.

NOTHING.

GODSPEED.


52bc2c  No.6230950

>>6230931

megajew, go back to general, you're useless


74dcb4  No.6230963

251-260:

251: Christie tells Trump he's friendly with Comey, Trumpie asks Christie to tell Comey he's liked and part of the team. Christie thinks request nonsensical, feels uncomfortable about it, doesn't want to put Comey in position of having recieved message.

Footnote: Christie also recalls Flynn called Kushner to complain about what Spicer said about him at press conference, Kushner promised Trump would tweet support for Flynn.

252: Trump meets with Comey alone to talk about Flynn, says Flynn a good guy, needed to be fired because lied to Pence, hopes Comey can let the issue go. Comey drafts memorandum, asks Sessions not to leave Comey alone with Trump again.

253: Media asks why Trump took two weeks to fire Flynn and whether Trump knew Flynn talked to Kislyak.

Trump asks McFarland to write that Trump never told Flynn to talk to Kislyak. McFarland says she doesn't feel comfortable writing that and asks Eisenberg. Eisenberg says it would be awkward and might make her ambassador post might look like a quid pro quo.

Trump asks Priebus to tell Flynn he likes him. Priebus thinks Trump doesn't want Flynn to say mean things.

Trump tweets witch hunt, asks McFarlane to tell Flynn to stay strong.

256: Analysis: obstructive act: asks Comey to let this go; nexus to proceeding: (n.b. WH council had advised earlier that prosecution was unlikely) redacted Grand Jury said Flynn broke law lying to FBI; intent: maybe Trump knew about Flynn talking to Kislyak. However, Mueller unable to prove Trump knew, or that Flynn had dirt on Trump, so forced to not charge.

260: Trump didn't want Sessions to recuse, Comey announced FBI investigation, Trump asked Comey and others to say Trump had nothing to do with Russia.


74dcb4  No.6230986

>>6230931

Eisenberg gives astonishingly bad advice


308a37  No.6231042

>>6230963

Could you give me a quick Title/summary header? Thanks.


308a37  No.6231071

>>6230791

PDF page 208 is the start of Vol. 2.

Remember, that 421-430 is PDF page numbers.

I've got you on the list for those, then. Go, Patriot!


74dcb4  No.6231270

261-270:

Comey didn't think Trump was asking him how Flynn investigation was going.

Trump asks McGahn to ask Sessions to not recuse.

Comey briefs Gang of 8, scheduled to testify before HPermSelComInt. Dana Boente, Acting AG for .ru investigation, authorizes Comey to confirm existence of investigation. Media claims FBI investigating Trump. White House Counsel Office considers whether Trump needs cause to fire Comey (not directed by Trump. WHCounO seems to be trying to harm Trump in any way possible).

Trump asks McGahn to ask Boente to get Comey or someone to correct media reports that Trump is under investigation. Boente tells McGahn Comey unsustainable for four years as FBI Dir, McGahn passes on the Trump.

President asks DNI Coats and CIA Dir Pompeo if they can say Trump has no links to .ru. Coats says ODNI has nothing to do with investigation.

Trump frustrated. Asks Comey to lift cloud, Comey says (contra testimony to Congress lol) that congressional leaders know Trump not under investigation. Trump says Comey should get that fact out. Comey says he should tell WHCounselO to ask DoJ leadership to clarify to media.


74dcb4  No.6231524

271-280:

272: analysis: obstuctive act: reaching out to discuss investigation with other intelligence agencies (srsly?). Nexus to proceeding: literally whaargarbl. Intent: nothing, but, Trump did want Sessions to not recuse, "may be relevant to understanding Trump motivations" (tf is that doing there?)

Evidence shows Trump concerned about investigation effect on Presidency (brilliant sherlock).

274: Comey testify to Congress 3 May 17, Trump tells advisors he wants Comey to say Trump not under investigation. Comey declines to describe scope or subjects of investigation (probably to give media latitude to make stuff up). Trump fires Comey.

>>6230963 (251-260)

Whether let it go is obstruction

>>6231270 (261-270)

Trump asks Sessions not to recuse, Comey to lift cloud

271-280: whether talking to other agencies is obstruction, Comey gets fired.

Should I continue? This was boring while it was happening.


ea07d2  No.6231613

Q, would you please define "about to be"?

Is that as in tomorrow, next week, next month, next year?


308a37  No.6231697

>>6231524

You have done enough, patriot.

If you want more, here are the leftovers, or you can double check other's work. Just call your shots, first.

Pages 101 to 110

Pages 111 to 120

Pages 121 to 130

Pages 171 to 180

Pages 181 to 190

Pages 191 to 200

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 211 to 220

Pages 221 to 230

Pages 251 to 260

Pages 261 to 270

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 301 to 310

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 351 to 360

Pages 361 to 370

Pages 371 to 380

Pages 401 to 410

Pages 441 to 450


fb8153  No.6231703

File: 7a89d40188752c4⋯.jpeg (649.13 KB, 1668x2000, 417:500, F9ED798E-2848-4392-96C7-6….jpeg)

File: 302ce7cedd6654e⋯.jpeg (1.06 MB, 1668x1831, 1668:1831, 8DB86E1E-E066-4655-9847-A….jpeg)

>>6227834

Sentenced last week. FARA violations by Judge Amy Berman Jackson.

Patten was a business partner of Konstatin Kilimnik, a Russian-Ukrainian citizen and a Manafort aide who U.S. authorities say has ties to Russian intelligence services. Patten has cooperated with Mueller's investigation and other federal cases.

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2019/04/12/Judge-sentences-Ukraine-lobbyist-W-Samuel-Patten-to-probation/7251555085800/


aa2ae6  No.6231928

DoJ report pages 91-100 April 18, 2019

George Papadopolous

Page 90 end of :

emails from Papadopoulis to Mifsud, Timofeev and Lewandowski about future meetings between Putin and Trump.6/19/2016- 7/27/2016

Lewandoski left the campaign 6/19/2016.

page 91

After Lew left the campaign, Papdopolous communicated with Clovis and Whalid, about a meeting with Mifsud and Timofeev.

Papadopolous met directly with Clovis and Phares at a TAG meeting. Clovis couldn't remember the meeting but a picture is provided, showing him sitting next to Papadopolous.

Papadopolous took notes and kept a journal of his meetings/encounters. His memory of emails, events and notes are all consistent.

On august 15 2016

Papadopolous and Clovis were encouraged to meet with persons from the office of Putin. Clovis declined to do so but encouraged Papadopolous and Whalid to do so. Meetings were not to be official meetings and no endorsement or acknowledgement were to be given by the campaign.

Papadopolous was dismissed from the campaign in Oct. 2016 after he gave an interview to Interfax, a Russian news agency. That interview created unwanted publicity.

"Dirt" on Hillary

Papadopolous admitted to telling a Greek foreign minister, about Russia obtaining Clinton emails. A foreign government, other than Greece, informed the FBI about Papadopolous knowing Russia had emails that could hurt Hillary Clinton. Such information made the FBI suspicious if Papadopolous had informed the Trump campaign of any of this.

Papadopolous and campaign workers could not recall any talk of Clinton emails.

Another contact the FBI wished to contact was Sergei Millian. He was out of the country and would not allow contact with him.

July 15 2016, Papdopolous had contact with Millian via Linkedin. This was right after the TAG meeting with Clovis and Timofeev. Millian told Papdoplous he had connections high up in Russia and suggested some meetings. Timofeev said no. Papdopolous met with him in New York, July 31st and August 1, 2016. He was asked was to go to 2 meetings in Russia which Papdopolous declined. Papad then contacted the Trump campaign to put Trump in touch with a Russian-American voters group, but he was told to hold off on that. This was July 31st 2016.


aa2ae6  No.6231944

>>6231928

page 95

August 23, 2016, Millian sent a message to Papad , that he wanted to "share disruptive" technology that would help the Trump campaign against Hillary. Papad said he had no recollection of that.

Carter Page

Background on Carter Page:

He worked for the Trump Campaign from January 2016 to September 2016. He was announced as a foreign policy advisor in March 2016. Page had lived and worked in Russia for many years before he volunteered for the Trump Campaign.

Russian intell. officers had developed relations with Page before he joined the Trump campaign, but the investigation could not find that Page worked with the Russian Government to interfere with the election.

Page 96

This delves into Page's business setup and contacts in Russia and they have nothing to do with Trump or his family. This was in the years before joining the Trump Train. The intell. officers were trying to get information out of Page but Page seemed to have none. Page kept coming in contact with officials and giving them immaterial, non public, information that did them no good.

In Jan. 2016 when Page began with the Trump campaign on a volunteer, non-paid position, he began giving his thoughts and ideas for Russian-USA relations and how to improve them.

page 98

Page tried to promote a Trump-Putin meeting. Page and the Russian officials wanted a meeting to happen(this being in 2016) They thought it could help bring an end to the new cold war. Page was critical of sanctions against Russia.

In April of 2016, Page provided feedback on an outline for a speech for Trump to give. Clovis appreciated the work.

Page was invited by invitation in April 2016, to give a speech in July 2016, in Moscow, at a commencement ceremony at the New Economic School(NES). Obama had spoken there in 2009 . It draws high-profile speakers.

Page wanted to go and asked permission from the Campaign. While they were considering it, Page tried to get Trump to take his place and give a speech instead. Lewandoski told Page he could go on his own, not as a representative of the DJT campaign. Also that Trump would not be able to attend.

During Page's stint in Moscow, the Klimentov brothers contacted the Director of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, about Page and his connection with the Trump campaign. Dimetri K. told Maria he could answer any questions she might have about Page and that he would contact him for her.

When Page gave his first speech, he was critical of the United States policy towards Russia. The Russian Deputy Prime minister also spoke after Page, at the July 8th commencement. He thought perhaps he and Page could work together in the future. While Page was there in Russia, he met with old friends.

End of page 100


74dcb4  No.6232045

351-360: Cohen's lies

Cohen tells NYT rep Trump Tower Moscow was infeasible and ended in Jan 2016, Cohen says that was a talking point to dismiss Trump-Russia connection. Cohen says Trump knew it was false but Cohen thought it important to say Jan when talks continued until June because it would limit period in which Trump had relationship with Russia while candidate.

Cohen requested to talk to Congress about Russia, thought interest focused on Steele report Cohen met Russians in Prague. Cohen never went to Prague. Cohen met Trump to discuss request, Trump told Cohen to cooperate.

Cohen enters Joint Defense Agreement with Trump and others (dunno what that is).

Cohen lied to Congress about TT Moscow project.

Jan 2018 media reported Cohen paid Stormy. "This Office did not investigate Cohen's campaign-period payments to women". Cohen said Trump not knowledgable, NYT called Cohen Trump's "fixer", FBI raids Cohen, Trump calls raid disgrace.

Trump calls Cohen, says stay strong. Cohen recalled that [redacted for privacy] told him Trump loves him and also two more redacted for privacy. Cohen talks to Costello who has relationship with Giuliani.

Trump tweets that Cohen won't flip.

Costello tells Cohen Giuliani said Cohen is loved, source is email from Costello to Cohen, footnote saying that is partly redacted "harm to ongoing matter".

360: Trump tells reporter too early to consider pardons for Cohen, Manafort, they haven't been convicted.

July 2, Cohen signals willingness to cooperate with investigation. July 20, media reports existence of recording Cohen had of conversation with Trump about payment to other woman. July 27, media says Cohen willing to inform investigators about DTJr telling Trump about 9 Jun 2016 meeting to get dirt on Hillary.


472e43  No.6232436

Pg. 381 1st P - Conflict of Interest problems does not apply to the President.

Pg.381 3rd P - Under Clear statement rule, it does not apply to the President

Pg.384 Foot Note: #1087 OLC applied such a balancing test in concluding the President is not subject to criminal prosecution while in office, relying on many of the same precedent discussed in this .

Pg. 385 Talks about pardons.

Last paragraph Congress may not supplant the President's exercise of executive power to supervise prosecutions or to remove officers who occupy law enforcement positions. (Congress cannot reserve for itself the power of removal of an officer charged with the execution of the laws except by impeachment. ..>{Because the structure of the Constitution does not permit Congress to execute the laws, . . . This kind of congressional control over the execution of the laws . . . is constitutionally impermissible.")

Pg. 387 Footer #1088 - Although the FBI

director is an inferior officer, he is appointed by the President and removable by him at will,

Pg. 388 - Mostly talks about Obstruction of Justice

Pg. 389 - Basically they are talking points on statutes. Grand Jury, Separation of Power.

In Foot Note #1090 states "As noted above, the President's selection and removal of principal executive officers may have a unique constitutional status.

Pg. 390 - a. Accordingly, the President has no reason to be chilled in those actions because, in virtually all instances, there will be no credible basis for suspicion a corrupt personal motive.


308a37  No.6232464

just updated Paste

https://pastebin.com/qRfZiv2x


308a37  No.6232469

>>6232464

MUELLER REPORT DISSEMINATION RESEARCH #1

Pages 1 to 10 52bc2c TOC/Introduction

>>6226158

>>6226226

Pages 11 to 20 c19333 Parameters of the investigation / IRA activities and the fake US accounts

>>6226172

Pages 21 to 30 3ac92e IRA set up accounts on all social media platforms to be positive to Trump and Sanders but negative to Hillary.

>>6226334

Pages 31 to 40 9f28ab Methods employed by the IRA on Social Media to Influence Election

>>6227558

Pages 41 to 50 bcb53d, 19eb69 Interaction & Contacts within the Trump Campaign

>>6226154

>>6226154

>>6227366

Pages 44 to 54 be045a Some disjointed thoughts

>>6225899

Pages 51 to 60 a7c303

Pages 61 to 70 9ac239 Wikileaks related

>>6226224

>>6226716

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 81 to 90 ab144f Cohen's involvement with the attempted set up of meetings for Trump Tower, Moscow. Origins of PapaD joining Trump campaign

>>6227407

Pages 91 to 100 aa2ae6 (awaiting title summary, TY)

>>6231928

>>6231944

Pages 101 to 110

Pages 111 to 120 d6642f Trump Tower meeting

>>6230060

>>6230279

Pages 121 to 130

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 141 to 150 19c713 Russia’s desire to form relationships with the newly elected Trump and his team

>>6226163

Pages 151 to 160 bbd07e Prince & Dmitriev & Nader

>>6226679

Pages 161 to 170 823373 Outlining obstruction of justice to defend the statutory application of obstruction-of-justice provisions to the conduct under investigation.

>>6227346

Pages 171 to 180

Pages 181 to 190

Pages 191 to 200

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 211 to 220

Pages 221 to 230

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 241 to 250 eaf970 Flynn Sanctions and Comey Loyalty

>>6226157

Pages 251 to 260 74dcb4 Whether "let it go" is obstruction

>>6230963

Pages 261 to 270 74dcb4 Trump asks Sessions not to recuse, Comey to lift cloud

>>6231270

271-280: 74dcb4 Whether talking to other agencies is obstruction, Comey gets fired.

Pages 271 to 280 d0ec5e This section largely deals with the events immediately prior and leading up to the termination of FBI director Comey by POTUS. It describes several meetings, with key players Boente, McGahn, Sessions, Rosenstein, Miller, & Comey.

>>6227414

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 301 to 310

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

Pages 331 to 340 b7d7cf

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 351 to 360 74dcb4 Cohen's Lies

>>6232045

Pages 361 to 370

Pages 371 to 380

Pages 381 to 390 472e43

Pages 391 to 400 ace322 Previous court cases as examples to investigate or prosecute a sitting president (ie Nixon). Obstruction conclusion.

>>6225686

Pages 401 to 410

Pages 411 to 420 a7c303 Operation to compromise begins in 2015?

>>6227281

>>6227834

>>6228004

Pages 421 to 430 3ac92e

Pages 431 to 440 2019f8, e6748e, a7eebb Last few written Question submitted by Mueller to be answered by POTUS.

>>6228066

Pages 441 to 450

Fully Redacted Pages b44cc5

>>6225988

>>6226047

Cool Tag Cloud 572ef4

>>6227602


1e397d  No.6232577

File: 2669cc579e532f5⋯.png (479.07 KB, 1617x882, 11:6, ClipboardImage.png)

>>6224992

For those of you who like dashboards here is one with the Muller report. I promise the link is safe. its PowerBi

https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiMzRjODUwZGYtYTU0NS00N2ZhLWE4ZjEtMDZkOWU4ODUzYTk3IiwidCI6IjA1MzZjNmU0LTFkZDktNGI3Mi1hZTBkLTBjNWEyZmMxOGJlNCIsImMiOjN9


74dcb4  No.6232829

401-410: Referenced things, questions Special Counsel asked Trump

Appendix B: Referenced Persons: Agalarov, Aras; Agalarov, Emin; Akhmetov, Rinat; Ahkmetshin, Rinat; Aslanov, Dzheykhun (Jay); Assange, Julian; Aven, Petr; Bannon, Stephen (Steve); Baranov, Andrey; Berkowitz, Avi; Boente, Dana; Bogacheva, Anna; Bossert, Thomas (Tom); Boyarkin, Viktor; Boyd, Charles; Boyko, Yuriy; Brand, Rachel; Browder, William (Bill); Bulatov, Alexander; Burchik, Mihkail; Burck, William; Burnham, James; Burt, Richard; Bystrov, Mikhail; Calamari, Matt; Caputo, Michael; Chaika, Yuri; Christie, Chris; Clapper, James; Clovis, Samuel Jr.; Coats, Dan; Cobb, Ty; Cohen, Michael; Comey, James Jr.; Conway, Kellyanne; Corallo, Mark; Corsi, Jerome; Costello, Robert; Credico, Randolph (Randy); Davis, Richard (Rick) Jr.; Dearborn, Rick; Dempsey, Michael; Denman, Diana; Deripaska, Oleg; Dhillon, Uttam; Dmitriev, Kirill; Donaldson, Annie; Dvorkovich, Arkady; Dvoskin, Evgeny; Eisenberg, John; Erchova, Lana (a/k/a Lana Alexander); Fabrizio, Anthony (Tony); Fishbein, Jason; Flynn, Michael G. (a/k/a Michael Flynn Jr ); Flynn, Michael T; Foresman, Robert ( Bob); Futerfas, Alan; Garten, Alan; Gates, Richard (Rick) III; Gerson, Richard (Rick); Gistaro, Edward; Glassner, Michael; Goldstone, Robert; Gordon, Jeffrey (J.D.); Gorkov, Sergey; Graff, Rhona; redacted for harm to ongoing matter; Hawker; Jonathan; Heilbrunn, Jacob; Hicks, Hope; Holt, Lester; Hunt, Jody; Ivanov, Igor; Ivanov, Sergei; Kasowitz, Marc; Katsyv, Denis; Katsyv, Peter; redacted for harm to ongoing matter; Kaveeladze, Irakli (Ike); Kazervina, Irina; Kelly, John; Khalilzad, Zalmay; Kilimnik, Konstantin; Kislyak, Sergey; Klimentov, Denis; Klimentov, Dmitri; Klokov, Dmitri; Kobyakov, Anton; Krickovic, Andrej; Krylova, Aleksandra; Kushner, Jared; Kuznetsov, Sergey; Landrum, Pete; Lavrov, Sergey; Ledeen, Barbara; Ledeen, Michael; Ledgett, Richard; Lewandowski, Corey; Luff, Sandra; Lyovochkin, Serhiy; Magnitsky, Sergei; Malloch, Theodore (Ted); Manafort, Paul Jr.; Mashburn, John; McCabe, Andrew; McCord, Mary; McFarland, Kathleen (K.T.); McGahn, Donald (Don); Medvedev, Dmitry; Melnik, Yuriy; Mifsud, Joseph; Miller, Matt; Miller, Stephen; Millian, Sergei; Mnuchin, Steven; redacted for harm to ongoing matter; Müller-Maguhn, Andrew; Nader, George; Netyksho, Viktor; Oganov, Georgiy; Oknyansky, Henry (a/k/a Henry Greenberg); Page, Carter; Papadopoulos, George; Parscale, Bradley; Patten, William (Sam) Jr.; Peskov, Dmitry; Phares, Walid; Pinedo, Richard; Podesta, John Jr.; Podobnyy, Victor; Poliakova, Elena; Polonskaya, Olga; Pompeo, Michael; Porter, Robert; Priebus, Reince; Prigozhin, Yevgeniy; Prikhodko, Sergei; Prince, Erik; Raffel, Josh; Rasin, Alexei; Rogers, Michael; Rosenstein, Rod; Rozov, Andrei; Rtskhiladze, Giorgi; Ruddy, Christopher; Rybicki, James; Samochornov, Anatoli; Sanders, Sarah Huckabee; Sater, Felix; Saunders, Paul J.; Sechin, Igor; Sessions, Jefferson III (Jeff); Shoygu, Sergey; Simes, Dimitri; Smith, Peter; Spicer, Sean; Stone, Roger; Tillerson, Rex; Timofeev, Ivan; Trump, Donald Jr.; Trump, Eric; Trump, Ivanka; Ushakov, Yuri Viktorovich; Vaino, Anton; Van der Zwaan, Alexander; Vargas, Catherine; Vasilchenko, Gleb; Veselnitskaya, Natalia; Weber, Shlomo; Yanukovych, Viktor; Yates, Sally; Yatsenki, Sergey; Zakharova, Maria; Zayed al Nahyan, Mohammed bin

Entities and Organizations

Alfa-Bank, Center for the National Interest, Concord, Crocus Group or Crocus International, DCLeaks, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Democratic National Committee, Duma, Gazprom, Global Energy Capital LLC, Global Partners in Democracy, Guccifer 2.0, I.C. Expert Investment Company, Internet Research Agency, KLS Research LLC, Kremlin, LetterOne, Link Campus University, London Center on International Law Practice, Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff (GRU), New Economic School in Moscow, Opposition Bloc, Party of Regions, Pericles Emerging Market Partners LLP, Prevenzon Holdings Ltd., Roscongress Foundation, Rosneft, Russian Direct Investment Fund, Russian International Affairs Council, Silk Road Group, St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Tatneft, Transatlantic Parliamentary Group on Counterterrorism, Unit 26165 (GRU), Unit 74455 (GRU), Valdal Discussion Club, WikiLeaks

Acronyms

Appendix C

Special Counsel's Office questioned Trump through his personal counsel. Appendix C describes the process and attaches Trump's answer. SpecCounOff started asking in Dec 2017, recieved answers in Nov 2018, asked more questions in Dec 2018, Trump declined in person interview.

Paragraph redacted due to "Grand Jury".

SpecCounsel considered whether to subpoena Trump.

Written questions on 419 and 420. Questions look boring and pointless.


c19333  No.6232903

>>6229779

Hey buddy, I just heard we're not done yet. Thought for sure we would be long finished by now.

I suppose everyone is just caught up in the excitement of the day, eh?

As soon as I'm done eating, pooping, and Hannity ends, I'm coming back for a round 2.

o7


74dcb4  No.6232958

>>6232469

Ref to 2015 is from questions about TT Moscow plan from p.435.


3ac92e  No.6233393

PDF Pages 421-430

Summary: Part of Written Questions given to Trump and His written answers regarding Trump Tower mtg and statements re: Clinton at campaign speeches.

Trump usually said that he could not recall, but was extremely open in giving his desk calendar for requested dates and suggested the use of TV media footage for discovery.

HE DID NOT RECALL being aware of communications with anyone he understood to be a Russian official.

His speeches were initially drafted by Campaign staff. (And these were presented already to the Special Counsel.) So He didn’t have any special plans or reasons to include something regarding Hillary in a speech.

PDF pages 421-426

This section asked questions:

PART II

Russian Hacking/ Russian Efforts to Use Social Media/ Wikileaks.

PART III

Trump Organization Moscow Project Questions

PART IV and V

Contacts with Russia Related Issues during the Campaign and then during the Transition.

The answers by Trump in this section are:

Beginning on PDF pages 427 restating questions by Part and then giving answers.

Starting with Part I

June 9, 2016 Meeting at Trump Tower (Pages 429-430)

Trump wrote he had no recollection of the June 2016 Trump Towers meeting or of learning about emails between DJT jr. and Emin Agalarov or Robert Goldstone. Also, Trump had no recollection of whether he was in Trump Towers on those days. His calendar showed he had meetings in NYC but he can’t recall where the mtgs took place. His answers also indicated that TV footage of him on these dates could shed light on these days.

He consistently confirmed mtgs on his calendar but honestly said he could not remember the specifics of the one that day because he was doing such much each day during that time period of over 2 years ago.

He explained there were times when his staff received communication and responded to some of the people in questions, but had no independent recollection. Even on the receipt of a painting and book given by Aras Agalarov.


006c6a  No.6233712

>>6232903

I can take a section. Do we have a list of what still needs to be done?


308a37  No.6233750

>>6232903

Yep! Help is welcome. (And call me Gal)

>>6233712

See post over there! Thanks!

https://8ch.net/qresearch/res/6233408.html#q6233584


3ac92e  No.6233776

>>6230963

Re-read page 256 since it gave “intent” by summarizer…. I wanted to find out what was actually said, instead of an intent given.

“Maybe” is a guess…. it is not factual that maybe Trump knew about Flynn talking to Kislyak!

Kislyak’s name is on page 255.

Much of what is given on here as fact in the report is hearsay.


f889f3  No.6233796

211-220 for me thanks


006c6a  No.6233812

>>6233750

Excellent. Thanks Gal.

I'll post a summary of 211-220 before too long.


3ac92e  No.6233813

In reading the report, since I have only read sections, where do we find the actual memos or emails referred to in the footnotes as proof???

I want to verify statements in report from the original document not the Mueller report.


38734b  No.6233816

(Read PDF pages 110-129)

Page 103: on August 23, 2016 Millian to Papadopoulos in an email stating Millian would like to share with you it disruptive technology that might be instrumental in your work for the campaign.

On November 9, Papadopoulos arranged a meeting with Millian in Chicago for potential to work with Russian billionaires who are not under sanctions. They met on 11/14 at Trump Tower.

Page 105; Podobnyy admits to using Page for Intel.

Page 112; CNI has unparalleled access to Russian officials and politicians among Washington think tanks.

March 14, 2016 CNI boardmember Richard Plepler had lunch with Henry Kissinger at the Time Warner building in New York with Simes and Jared Kushner.


f889f3  No.6233830

>>6233812

KEK Twinsies. I guess I will take 221-230


006c6a  No.6233850

>>6233830

Yes. Thanks!


006c6a  No.6233870

>>6233830

I'll be doing 180-190


f6115b  No.6233871

>>6224992

I've done

231

232

233

234

235

When I'm done with all I'll collate it all and put it here.

I've put each page done so far up on the general research board over the past 8 hours.

"slow but sure"


006c6a  No.6233916

>>6233870

Awwww damn.. Sorry.

I misread about 221-230.

I'll do the 210-220….


006c6a  No.6233938

>>6233830

Sorry newfag here!

I'm on for 210-220.

And hopefully this comment got to the right spot.


c004c2  No.6234020

>>6232464

Writing from home; apparently my attempt was considered so pitiful it's not even being acknowledged as an attempt

>>6228291 pg 300-310, technically touching on about 299 to 312 but mostly "F:"

I totally get if someone thinks I my summarization skills are inadequate, but if you want my help can you tell me what I'm missing? Or will you only include sycophantic spin? The pages I read, taken out of context, say what I summarized them as.

Can some approved Anon redo 301-310, so I can compare my input with the more palatable version? I'd like to understand what went wrong here.


308a37  No.6234066

>>6233813

I don't think that level of their material has been released. Not ours, here, to prove or spin this. Just summarize so researchers can find which bits are where.


c004c2  No.6234097

>>6233813

last I looked, the 302's, et al, have not been released; only the report Mueller made by reading them all.

News articles and tweets, of course, can be located but I believe they comprise an incredibly small portion of the whole.

too slow. It's like

>>6234066

says.


dc72f3  No.6234124

>>6233269 lb

are there 3 new plants?

are 3 people giving answers under testimony.


308a37  No.6234160

>>6234020

That's before I took the bread here. Don't worry, I'll add it. No one judged it. It has been a crazy day. I know less than most, I have not even been able to catch the news since 12 noon, I have been so busy.


f6115b  No.6234773

page 236 a

>>6234748

I will start linking my posts here.


f889f3  No.6234774

File: f2da178765b732b⋯.png (412.24 KB, 1011x767, 1011:767, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 2c7cf3b6a0a02c8⋯.png (373.14 KB, 785x677, 785:677, ClipboardImage.png)

PAGES 221-230

Here is where they start laying out the case for Obstruction.

I. Background legal and evidentiary principles

A.Framework for obstruction- case law, definition of corruptly, definition witness tampering etc.

B. Investigative and evidentiary considerations- Here they list the possible obstruction activities of the president (pg.224):

a. Dinner with Comey-loyalty requests

b. Meeting with Comey 2/14/17

c. Trump requests Comey tell the press that Tump is not under investigation

d. Trump outreach regarding Russia Investigation

e. Trump rationales for firing Comey

f. Trump involvement in statement regarding meeting

(here is the comment on Trump declining to be interviewed and the choice not to subpoena (pg 225))

Redaction regarding Grand Jury Info.

More Obstruction case law and principals of Investigation.

II. Factual Results Obstruction- outlines the reasoning behind the investigation -meetings with Flynn etc.

A. Summary of campaign response to Russian support-Trump comments on business in Russia, Wikileaks release, campaign members seeking info on Wikileaks.

1. Summary of Press on Russian connections to Trump (pg 228) with a footnote list of articles.

2. Summary of Trump Campaign reactions to Wikileaks- dates of Wikileaks events and list of reactions with footnote listing.

redactions here ongoing matter

Mentions of Manfort and Cohen and more redactions.

3. Summary of Trump Campaign reactions to Russia-rejection that JA/Russia was trying to assist Trump. Footnote listing of previous testimony in earlier sections by Manfort, Gates, and Bannon; a list of Trump Tweets and press conferences.


c19333  No.6234786

>>6232469

101-110 taken yet?


c19333  No.6234817

>>6234786

I'll take 101-110.

stand by for update.

Thanks Gal


f889f3  No.6234850

>>6233938

Looks good I finished 221-230.


f889f3  No.6234927

>>6231613

Wrong Board Anon


08b242  No.6235053

"Russia" = DS. DS walks, to continue until they are stopped.


3ac92e  No.6235072

>>6226182

This statement from PAGE 1 summarized by anon is HUGE Summary of the WHOLE Report.

>>identified links from Russia to Trump Campaign, BUT, the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

>>NO COLLUSION


3ac92e  No.6235130

>>6234066

>>6234097

Is it wrong for me to question the Mueller teams version or interpretation of a original material…. or do we simply believe everything written in the report.

I guess since we have been trained to question everything and research for ourself I don’t believe anything until I personally research it myself.

Does that make sense?


006c6a  No.6235226

PAGES 210 - 219

210-212: - Bullet-Pointed table of contents for Volume II

211: - 2 related redactions regarding President’s Conduct Towards Flynn & Manafort

213: - Opening statement of Volume II

Describes considerations about obstruction of justice:


“The Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) has issued an opinion finding that "the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions" in violation of "the constitutional separation of powers."”

214: - Statements about why the DOJ went about investigating obstruction in a way that would not lead to charges. The concludes with the famous statement:
“while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”

215: - Begins “EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TO VOLUME II”


- REDACTION (Ongoing Matter) in context of discussion of Trump & Campaign “privately” seeking information from Wikileaks.

- Describes 1-1 meeting with Comey about Flynn, suggesting that Trump urged Comey to end the whole Russia thing, and let Flynn go.

- Describes McFarland letter:
Shortly after requesting Flynn's resignation and speaking privately to Corney, the President sought to have Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland draft an internal letter stating that the President had not directed Flynn to discuss sanctions with Kislyak. McFarland declined because she did not know whether that was true, and a White House Counsel's Office attorney thought that the request would look like a quid pro quo for an ambassadorship she had been offered.

216: - “The President reached out to the Director of National Intelligence and the leaders of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA) to ask them what they could do to publicly dispel the suggestion that the President had any connection to the Russian election-interference effort. The President also twice called Corney directly, notwithstanding guidance from McGahn to avoid direct contacts with the Department of Justice. Corney had previously assured the President that the FBI was not investigating him personally, and the President asked Corney to " lift the cloud " of the Russia investigation by saying that publicly. ”

- Description of POTUS firing Comey. Mentions Clinton investigation and a slew of other factors.

- “The appointment of a Special Counsel and efforts to remove him” section includes mention of the famous Trump quote telling advisors that it was "the end of his presidency".

- McGhan phone call at home. POTUS directs him to get Sessions to recuse and McGhan refuses.

217: - “Efforts to curtail the Special Counsel's investigation” includes Lewandowski (former campaign manager) one-on-one meeting, and Trump asking him to call the Special Council “very unfair”.

- Dearborn asked to do Lewandowski’s task:
Lewandowski did not want to deliver the President's message personally , so he asked senior White House official Rick Dearborn to deliver it to Sessions. Dearborn was uncomforta ble with the task and did not follow through.

- “Efforts to prevent public disclosure of evidence” mentions Trump Jr. press statement claiming POTUS directed removal of a line.

“Before the emails became public, the President edited a press statement for Trump Jr. by deleting a line that acknowledged that the meeting was with "an individual who [Trump Jr.] was told might have information helpful to the campaign" and instead said only that the meeting was about adoptions of Russian children.”

- “Further efforts to have the Attorney General take control of the investigation” discusses Trump conversations with Sessions where unrecusal is discussed. There’s an interesting comment about investigating Clinton:

In October 2017, the President met privately with Sessions in the Oval Office and asked him to "take [a] look" at investigating Clinton.”

- Describes Trump pressuring McGhan to deny reports he was directed to remove the Special Council. (Continued on p218)

218: - REDACTION (Ongoing Matter) around mention of Flynn & Manafort

- One section describes Trump & Flynn’s relationship after Flynn’s withdrawal from joint defense agreement, and agreement to cooperate with investigation. The entire presentation revolves around notions of loyalty, strength, and the opposite, “breaking” and “flipping”. The next section discusses Trump’s changing publicity about his relationship with Cohen, and the themes of flipping are carried on there.


f889f3  No.6235286

>>6235130

OF course not. We are just sorting.

NOT buying.


f889f3  No.6235297

>>6235130

Fuck Mueller and his whole team.


006c6a  No.6235329

>>6235130

Its good for you to question Mueller team's version.

Fer fukz' sake!!!

The part I read of the thing is a narrow minded spin operation full of boring talking points and endless insinuation.

But we're just trying to catalog what's in the thing for the sake of organizing research and reference material.


f889f3  No.6235418

>>6235329

Exactly


308a37  No.6235559

File: 852f70b04e6b99c⋯.jpg (96.82 KB, 500x627, 500:627, pooh day.jpg)

This gal has got to sleep.

Here is the paste.

https://pastebin.com/Ctf06Ly4

If Anons just want to

———look at the paste,

———declare their section CLEARLY on this board (and, yes, 2 summaries per section was the original intent…)

———Post summary back to this board, replying to your own declaration post

THEN I think the board can stay until the morrow. Just don't clutter. Just declarations and summaries. Discuss over on main.

>>6235130 Yes, but for the summary, we are just condensing what the report says. No changes. This is a mechanical action of making the report shorter, not a critiQQQue, per se.

>>6235226 I've put yours in without a one-liner title. Give it and we'll put in later.

Sweet dreams, anons! Let's fuck (((Their))) shit up all the way into the next century! <3


006c6a  No.6235618

>>6235559

Thanks very much!

Rest well…. sweet dreams…. fucking their shit up…. etc! <3

I'll try to find my way back to where I declared I'd do the section, and repaste the analysis as a reply.


006c6a  No.6235641

>>6233812

PAGES 210 - 219

210-212: - Bullet-Pointed table of contents for Volume II

211: - 2 related redactions regarding President’s Conduct Towards Flynn & Manafort

213: - Opening statement of Volume II

Describes considerations about obstruction of justice:


“The Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) has issued an opinion finding that "the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions" in violation of "the constitutional separation of powers."”

214: - Statements about why the DOJ went about investigating obstruction in a way that would not lead to charges. The concludes with the famous statement:
“while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”

215: - Begins “EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TO VOLUME II”


- REDACTION (Ongoing Matter) in context of discussion of Trump & Campaign “privately” seeking information from Wikileaks.

- Describes 1-1 meeting with Comey about Flynn, suggesting that Trump urged Comey to end the whole Russia thing, and let Flynn go.

- Describes McFarland letter:
Shortly after requesting Flynn's resignation and speaking privately to Corney, the President sought to have Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland draft an internal letter stating that the President had not directed Flynn to discuss sanctions with Kislyak. McFarland declined because she did not know whether that was true, and a White House Counsel's Office attorney thought that the request would look like a quid pro quo for an ambassadorship she had been offered.

216: - “The President reached out to the Director of National Intelligence and the leaders of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA) to ask them what they could do to publicly dispel the suggestion that the President had any connection to the Russian election-interference effort. The President also twice called Corney directly, notwithstanding guidance from McGahn to avoid direct contacts with the Department of Justice. Corney had previously assured the President that the FBI was not investigating him personally, and the President asked Corney to " lift the cloud " of the Russia investigation by saying that publicly. ”

- Description of POTUS firing Comey. Mentions Clinton investigation and a slew of other factors.

- “The appointment of a Special Counsel and efforts to remove him” section includes mention of the famous Trump quote telling advisors that it was "the end of his presidency".

- McGhan phone call at home. POTUS directs him to get Sessions to recuse and McGhan refuses.

217: - “Efforts to curtail the Special Counsel's investigation” includes Lewandowski (former campaign manager) one-on-one meeting, and Trump asking him to call the Special Council “very unfair”.

- Dearborn asked to do Lewandowski’s task:
Lewandowski did not want to deliver the President's message personally , so he asked senior White House official Rick Dearborn to deliver it to Sessions. Dearborn was uncomforta ble with the task and did not follow through.

- “Efforts to prevent public disclosure of evidence” mentions Trump Jr. press statement claiming POTUS directed removal of a line.

“Before the emails became public, the President edited a press statement for Trump Jr. by deleting a line that acknowledged that the meeting was with "an individual who [Trump Jr.] was told might have information helpful to the campaign" and instead said only that the meeting was about adoptions of Russian children.”

- “Further efforts to have the Attorney General take control of the investigation” discusses Trump conversations with Sessions where unrecusal is discussed. There’s an interesting comment about investigating Clinton:

In October 2017, the President met privately with Sessions in the Oval Office and asked him to "take [a] look" at investigating Clinton.”

- Describes Trump pressuring McGhan to deny reports he was directed to remove the Special Council. (Continued on p218)

218: - REDACTION (Ongoing Matter) around mention of Flynn & Manafort

- One section describes Trump & Flynn’s relationship after Flynn’s withdrawal from joint defense agreement, and agreement to cooperate with investigation. The entire presentation revolves around notions of loyalty, strength, and the opposite, “breaking” and “flipping”. The next section discusses Trump’s changing publicity about his relationship with Cohen, and the themes of flipping are carried on there.


4a3d30  No.6235845

File: b8d88c94f4f1c47⋯.png (80.87 KB, 863x836, 863:836, Screenshot_2019-04-18 Date….png)

>>6225878

July 21, 2016 - The witch hunt started

January 20, 2017 - Inauguration of Donald Trump

Look at the differences in the Date Numerologies. Lots of sixes.

64-58=6

37-31=6

19-13=6

44-38=6

17-11=6

203-20=183 reduces to 12 or 111

345-163=182 reduces to 11

28-21=7

46-40=6

35-29=6

26-20=6

168-28=14

184-14=70


c19333  No.6236236

>>6234817

p.101-102 Carter Page

[SOME GRAND JURY INFO REDACTED]

July 2016 - Page returns from Russia and goes to the RNC in Cleveland, OH. While there, he met Russian Ambassador (to the US) Sergey Kislyak, and afterwards emailed RNC officials with feedback, at some point noting concern about Kislyak's worry about HRC's world views.

–Page went back to Moscow and began advocating pro-Russia foreign policy

–Trump Campaign began strongly distancing itself from page at this point

–Soon after this, Page was removed from the Trump Campaign

After the election, Page sought a position in the Trump Administration with VERY inflated credentials.

–No response from Trump Administration.

Page (Dec 2016) went back to Moscow and met with at least one Russian gov't official.

p.103-110 Dimitri Simes and the Center for the National Interest (CNI)

Dimitri Simes was the CEO of CNI

–CNI is a Washington-based non-profit think tank(with a bi-monthly magazine, National Interest) with expertise w/ Russian govt that spawned from Nixon.

–Including connections to Russian govt

Trump Campaign members met several times with CNI

–Mostly through Simes

DJT delivered his first speech on foreign policy at at CNI hosted event.

–Then-Senator Sessions attended w/ Kislyak.

–This came up during Sessions' AG confirmation hearing.

–Jared Kushner also interacted with Simes about Russian issues during the campaign

–No evidence any messages sent/recieved during that time

Sessions was an advisory council member of CNI at the time (advisory about DJT)

3/14/16 - CNI board member Richard Pleper organized a luncheon for the CNI and it's honorary chariman, Henry Kissinger at the Time Warner Building in NY.

–To generate intereste in CNI and recruit new board members

Simes, Kushner attended the event.

–Kushner claims he attended the event to improve support from foreign policy professionals

Kushner and Simes spoke again (telephone) on 3/21/16

–3 days later, DJT publicly named his foreign policy team

On 3/31/16, Simes and Kushner met in person (1 on 1) and Simes tried to get Kushner to tell DJT to set up a meeting to develop a foreign policy approach.

Simes also contacted other members of Trump Campaign

–Including J.D. Gordon

–Simes was trying to get a memo to Sessions. The premise was [HRC bad]

–During these 2 contacts, a speech was planned for DJT to give on foreign policy

Kushner put Simes in contact with Stephen Miller in mid Apr 2016 to discuss the speech

–Miller, Sessions, and Sessions' chief of staff, Rick Dearborn to coordinate on speech

–Miller drafted the speech

Simes added points to it with help from CNI Exec Director Paul Saunders and board member Richard Burt.

–He and Miller edited the speech together, but a final draft could not be confirmed by all parties

National Interest served as the host for the information

–Kushner tried to move the event to the Mayflower Hotel

–The event was booked at Mayflower

Kislyak met with Sessions during the event

–Sessions nor CNI people remembered the meeting, but did not meet with DJT.

–Trump left immediately after the event (food-related excuse)


3ac92e  No.6237693

>>6235845

The witch hunt started before this point. I think we must be open to the fact that the russian bots may and social media IRA “specialist” may be the deep state or cabal beginning their Russia-Trump connection as noted in the social media association section of this report.


3ac92e  No.6237717

If anything is left when I get back from work tonight I will be glad to do another. I did two already.

Just wanted board to know. You can even assign me a section and I will do it tonight or I just check in.


b653b0  No.6238519

>>6225039

William Binney says the transfer speeds were not done over the internet or remotely. File transfer speeds indicateit was from device to device. Like to a thumb drive or external hard drive. This is already sounding like an attempt to cover up the bigger crime.


e77279  No.6238832

>>6227437

>>6224992

https://pastebin.com/ZNkVu1hp

90-95% of Mueller Report glossary converted to HTML bookmarks.

Used ddgr by Arun Prakash Jana, the command line utility for DuckDuckGo. The 200+ items were generated semi-manually, thus imperfect -> caveat lector.


e77279  No.6238955

File: 4a7151b940deff6⋯.jpeg (7.8 KB, 300x238, 150:119, download.jpeg)

>>6238832

To open that list in your default browser on automatic (no mouse + one tab per URL), download to FlatFile, then:

 linux> while IFS= read x; do xdg-open $x; sleep 5s; done < FlatFile 
Ya might want to split that up into smaller chunks (eg: split -20).


e77279  No.6239122

>>6238832

Syntax for ddgr in batch:

 linux> while IFS= read x; do ddgr --gb --np  -j "$x"; sleep 4s; done < ListOfText2Search4 
Praise be to open software.


e45c4c  No.6239720

File: 57eaef15d44e541⋯.jpg (280.04 KB, 1153x714, 1153:714, 235report.jpg)

>>6225229

https://8ch.net/qresearch/res/6233408.html#6233735

page 235


be045a  No.6239728

File: fe574a704abf3a8⋯.jpg (3.44 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, fe574a704abf3a87bee7cd09a2….jpg)

I'm not one of you, I read here on occasion. I guess a lurker.

Today putting together a gift for a super liberal family member I noticed the last pages of the volume 2 in the report

Page D-5.

Its entirely redacted.

I read back a few pages and it's the referrals made for crimes discovered while investigating.

There is a spot as its sorted alphabetically by last name that Clinton would into. And several more spots after the name Craig.

If this is D-5, the report completed way back in 2018 when Q tweeted it.

Also declass would bring down the house would mean if the declass tge report this information comes out

Is this d5?


95f485  No.6240176

>>6239728

Trump tweeted out the word "Watch" again to coincide with the photo of the watch/marker 4:19 on March 27.


749344  No.6240262

>>6235641

>In October 2017, the President met privately with Sessions in the Oval Office and asked him to "take [a] look" at investigating Clinton.”

When did Huber start?

Also this is the same month Q first posted.


e77279  No.6240281

>>6238832

>>6226478

>>6226903

Pages 401 to 410

Appendix B: Glossary

- Referenced Persons

- Entities and Organizations

- Index of Acronyms

All 3 sections thrown together in bookmarks file at pastebin. Sorted as one block.

Appendix B covers Pages 399 to 414. Pages B-1 to B-14

Two names redacted as HOMs: 1) Kat-Kav 2) Mnu-Mül

(HOM=Harm to ongoing matter)


9e61ee  No.6240872

File: 59fcac12c8e4e68⋯.png (1.57 MB, 4937x1835, 4937:1835, July312016.png)

I agree the social media project started sooner.

For this, I am referring to page 1 of the report, or page 8 of the pdf where the date July 31, 2016 is mentioned.


9e61ee  No.6240923

File: 59fcac12c8e4e68⋯.png (1.57 MB, 4937x1835, 4937:1835, July312016.png)

>>6237693

I agree the social media project started sooner.

For this, I am referring to page 1 of the report, or page 8 of the pdf where the date July 31, 2016 is mentioned.


4faf2a  No.6241315

>>6239728

nice find anon


f69674  No.6241658

>>6225460

I'll take 251-260


7723a7  No.6241675


88b26f  No.6242661

>>6239728

awesome


3ac92e  No.6248146

Late on Friday, but I see 361-370 still needs to be done so I will do it.


3ac92e  No.6249056

361 – 370

Continuation of Trump’s conduct after Cohen cooperating from page 360.

361

Aug 21, 2018 – Cohen pleads guilty to 8 felony charges in NY. (includes 2 campaign finance based on his payments to woman who claimed affairs with Trump.

• Gave trumps tweet comparing Manafort’s bravery to Cohen’s “making up stories” to get a plea deal.

• Trump gave written responses on 11/20/18 (from questions submitted 9/17/18.

• Report claimed Trump didn’t answer questions directly quoting Trump’s response that he had few non-memorable talks with Cohen on TT Moscow. Trump didn’t recall any communication btwn Cohen and any Russian gov official (including Flix Sater).

362

• Nov 29, 18 – Cohen pled guilty to making false statements to congress re TT Moscow project. In plea deal Cohen agreed ‘to provide truthful information.

Trump told media he decided not to do TTMP because he was running for President but made it clear that he could do business while campaigning so it was a non-issue.

• Trump stated Cohen was lying about TT MP because he was a weak person trying to get a reduced sentence

• Mueller’s office asked same ?’s again. Trump Counsel said he already answered fully.

363

• INTERDASHING, redacted HOM statements about Trump’s 12/3/18 (10:48 am ET) Tweet.

• But Trump’s 12/3/18 (10:24 ET) Tweet was fully given in report. This tweet was Trump complaining about Cohen doing terrible things and not serve long prison term and that he got his wife & FIL off scott free.

In this Tweet Report says “fraud, big loans, Taxis, etc.” (I bolded Taxis not knowing if was a misspelling of taxes.)

• 12/12/18 Cohen sentenced to 3 years. Trumps tweet after stated Cohen’s “family was temporarily let off the hook”…..

• 12/16/18 Trump tweeted about Cohen being Rat only after Mueller’s team did “unthinkable & unheard of” BROKE INTO AN ATTORNEY’S OFFICE.

364

• Report noted that after sentence of Cohen, Trump kept talking in Fox interview about Cohen’s FIL committing crimes and asked people to look into where he gets his money.

• 6 days later 1/18/19, Trump tweeted about Cohen “Watch father-in-law!”

• 1/23/19, Cohen postponed testimony to congress citing threats to family.

• Trump tweeted @ Cohen ‘bad lawyer, not testifying’ using Hill’s lawyer

• Report Giuliani in interviews confirm Cohen’s timing of TTMP talks in 2016, quoting G saying Trump said he doing TTMP “going from the day I announced to the day I won.”

• After G made clear statement given was hypothetical not based on Convo with Trump.

365-368

Analysis of President’s conduct to Cohen as evidence being relevant to obstruction of justice. And step by step made case for Obstruction.

Report in this section even gives law cases and statues of law as support.

369-370

Continues to lay out details as roadmap to be used for an obstruction of justice case, repeating all issues covered in the entire report related to given points of obstruction of justice.


3ac92e  No.6254336

I will take 281-290 for summary.


9f28ab  No.6255307

>>6239720 Thanks, got it.

>>6240281 Added, great work.

>>6241658 Noted, just to let you know someone has done it, but 2nds are great.

>>6232829 Got that, too.

>>6238832 Check!

>>6248146 >>6249056 Thank you! Got them.

>>6254336 Noted! Workhorse! Could you give us a short title summary for each "chunk" of 10 to put in the pastebin? Thank you for your work!!!

New pastebin and list coming soon…


9f28ab  No.6255751

=Paste for Organization=

https://pastebin.com/WmmwDGUc

=What's left message to main=

https://pastebin.com/5Z0M9nU3


487058  No.6257337

File: f41f3bbd2710576⋯.png (79.22 KB, 403x316, 403:316, D4ogLy3U8AAqa53.png)

File: 2c29810f2d4d7a6⋯.png (58.75 KB, 797x649, 797:649, D4ogXnkUcAA3Tex.png)

File: f575faceee7b3f0⋯.png (108.56 KB, 403x316, 403:316, ClipboardImage.png)

Why did Nancy Pelosi’s son appear in Ukraine to talk about soccer 🤔odd timing, given the Democrats’ attempts to collaborate with Ukraine to attack POTUS

https://dailycaller.com/2017/07/24/senator-asks-doj-about-democrats-work-with-ukraine-to-smear-trump-campaign/


17d1f9  No.6257359

>>6232469

Here's another 110-120 fr another bread:

>>6234437


487058  No.6257379

File: c35ba0b58781c9c⋯.png (525.4 KB, 659x882, 659:882, D4ohTSqUUAApKHu.png)

File: ecbfc29f5564d42⋯.jpg (110.29 KB, 943x623, 943:623, D4og-bCUYAAQWj_.jpg)

File: 2bce645d2adaeaf⋯.jpg (93.27 KB, 967x614, 967:614, D4oiF51U4AAiIvw.jpg)

Open Society and Soros are behind the Trump-Russia sham

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/03/huge-new-information-ties-the-phony-anti-trump-russia-dossier-to-dnc-billionaire-far-left-donor-george-soros/


88ea72  No.6257406

Mueller Report 191 - 200

A lot of similarities between 191 - 200 and summary of 251 - 260.

191 - 200 covers False Statements and Obstruction of the Investigation. It outlines first, the legal definitions of False Statements, Perjury, Obstruction of Justice; and second, Application to Individuals.

The individuals are: i. George Papadopoulis, ii. [redacted for personal privacy + GJ], iii. Michael Flynn, iv. Michael Cohen, v. {redacted for Harm to Ongoing Matter, & vi. Jeff Sessions.

i. George Papadopoulis summary - On 1-27-2017 Papa D agreed to be interviewed by FBI re: potential Russian gov interference in 2016 election. Mueller says papa D lied about the timing, extent, and nature of communications with Joseph Mifsud, Olga Polonskaya, and Ivan Timofeev. Papa D acknowledged he met with Mifsud who said he had "1000's of emails" of dirt on Hildawg. He said multiple times the communications happened before he joined the DJT campaign and it was a "strange coincidence" that he was told of the dirt before he started working for the campaign. Mueller says Papa D met Mifsud for the first time March 14, 2016 after he learned he would be campaign foreign policy advisor, and told Papa D about the "dirt" on Hildawg in late April 2016 after Papa D was on the campaign. Mueller states Papa D also lied to minimize the extent of his conversations with Mifsud, calling Mifsud "a nothing" and "just a guy talking up connections or something" and that he thought Mifsud "was BS'ing". Mueller claims Papa D really understood Mifsud to have high-level Russian gov. official contacts and that Mifsud spoke with those officials before telling him about Hildawg "dirt". Mueller also says Papa D misled invetigators about Mifsud introducing him to Ivan Timofeev, a Russian national who Papa D understood to be connected with the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, even though he was asked if he met with Russian nationals or anyone with a Russian accent during the campaign.Also falsely claimed that he met Polonskaya before the campaign, and that he never had any kind of relationship with her. Mueller says he het her after joining the campaign and though she could set him up with foriegn affairs contacts in Russian gov.

Also sounds like Mifsud and Polonskaya had an intimate relationship and Mifsud drafted or edited some of her emails to Papa D.

Papa D's omitted statements caused the FBI to mishandle an interview with Mifsud at a Washington D.C hotel in February 10, 2017.

iii. Michael Flynn - Lied about conversations with Kislyak. Asked him to refrain from escalating fighting against sanctions on Russia, which Kislyak said he would refrain. Flynn told K.T. McFarland about it. Nothing new in here anons don't know.

iv. Michael Cohen - Lied about Trump Tower Moscow timeframe. Said project ended January 2016 but ended June 2016. Said no plans to travel with DJT to Russia but Mueller says he tried to arrange travel with DJT to Russia. Said he had no contacts with Russian officials about Trump Tower Moscow and then later said he had exchange with Russian spokesperson Dmitry Peskov.

vi. Jeff Sessions - Mueller says while Sessions said he didn't talk to Kislyak or any Russians he actually did, but much ado about nothing and Sessions didn't actually lie as defined by the law, due to the way the questions were presented to Sessions.


88ea72  No.6257419


9f28ab  No.6257555

>>6257406

>>6257359

Both added, thank you!!

New Chart:

https://pastebin.com/wyQRmtAx

New Availability

Sections ==Claimed== Awaiting Summary:

Feel free to claim these, and do them.

Pages 51 to 60 a7c303

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 101 to 110 c19333

Pages 121 to 130 taken offchan by "hops"

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 181 to 190 taken main board

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

Pages 331 to 340 b7d7cf

Pages 171 to 180 f35863 Main board

===========================

Need to be Claimed and Tamed:

Pages 201 to 210

Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 371 to 380

===========================


af554d  No.6257841

File: c1a504f3b7182bf⋯.jpg (132.06 KB, 1025x539, 1025:539, 231a.jpg)

>>6225229

The writer of the report

Mueller ?

Weissman?

characterize Potus DJT as disavowing business deals with Russian, when Cohen was said to have been working on a deal for Trump

However, there was never any deal.

So Writer of the report insinuates Potus DJT was lying[?] when he repeatedly denied business relations with Russia

In fact, The numerous disavowals would be what one would expect of a person falsely accused.

POTUS DJT was correct is stating to Cohen that there was no reason to mention the potential deal, because it was never fulfilled, completely or closed.

Since the Report writer was trying to set-up POTUS they make it a point of note that Cohen was questioned by POTUS as to why Cohen would / should mention an alleged deal that never came to fruition.


bfd14c  No.6257874

>>6257555

Working on 201-210


af554d  No.6257899

File: 77ad5ee7be22082⋯.jpg (311.72 KB, 1442x758, 721:379, 232a.jpg)

>>6225229

page 232a

Using sophistry to try to "win" :

The report Mis-represents the contention of POTUS DJT associates that POTUS had no business with Russia as "party line"

That's a mischaracterization and counts as a way to appear to "defeat" one's enemy without actually doing it

The report author catalogs the times those associated with POTUS DJT pulled back from association with Russians once the allegations became known.

^^^^

This would be normal for someone who was afraid of the motives of the SC; as it has been shown POTUS DJT was; He did not minimize the power of the SC;

Someone who knows they are innocent yet knows the FBI is out to get them [cf case of Aaron Swartz] would show prudence in staying as far away as possible from any perception of "collusion with Russia" once the accusation was known

Proves nothing.

Where did the Mueller investigation crew get the idea that it was Russia behind the emails leaks!

From an announcement by the federal [small "F"] the day after the emails were received by Wikileaks!

footnote 50 see image


af554d  No.6257926

File: dd3ea271555fd5b⋯.jpg (226.44 KB, 1304x627, 1304:627, 232b.jpg)

>>6225229

pg 232 b

footnotes

232b

Podesta chimes in, soon after the DHS claimed the hacking was from the Russians, to state the FBI was investigating the RUSSIAN hack.

If you notice the footnotes all cite weak or compromised alleged sources.


af554d  No.6257947

File: 183ac2039af7210⋯.jpg (238.32 KB, 1304x627, 1304:627, 233a.jpg)

>>6225229

pg 233a

Here the report author cites Pence denying that the Trump campaign was involved in releasing emails damaging to HR Clinton's campaign

Think:

Why would any information related to HR Clinton be damaging, if she was on the "up and up"

J. Assange hinted at this in his answers to Hannity of Fox News in one of his interviews.

So the Trump-haters framed the question.

That is very powerful and a Propaganda technique.

Whoever defines the playing field has the advantage.

Think: The Trump opposition defined the "playing field" as "Who stole [hacked] H.R. Clinton's emails?"

There are more relevant questions:

Were her emails in fact private property?

Aren't charities tranparent?

Aren't the activities of the Secretary of State part of th public record?

Why were these emails damaging specifically to H.R. Clinton, rather than say: Heads of State she was still in contact with, etc,or others?

Why does she care?

Of what did they consist?

What did they show?

Despite the denials of Hope Hicks as to the contacts between the "entourage" of the Trump campaign and Russia, the writer of the report believes the "Russian government" on the matter, yet does not give a citation for where the SC got that information.

The SC report cites "the press" in reporting that "U.S. Intelligence Agencies" concluded that Russia interfered with the election in order to

boost" Trump's chances, YET no citation is given for either what Press reports or What U.S. inteligence agencies .

Another question is beggin to be answered:

Why would the SC take the word of a Press report?

[P.s. same B.S. done on 9/11. Only lists of passengers came from press, nothing official, no official airline or government lists]

This despite the President - elect's denial.

Considering the insistnce of the denials, shouldn't they have dug a little farther, to find out who really was promoting the idea, i.e. names.

Also, facts, details?

What was the basis of their source's claims?

Why did they take the Russian government [alleged] as their source?


f69674  No.6257955

Mueller Report

pp.251-260

TLDR; This section describes the time during which General Flynn came under fire from Congress and the press and was subsequently dismissed by POTUS, Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation and wheels were set in motion for the appointment of the Special Counsel. It does NOT include that appointment. Various media reports were considered valid testimony. Inasmuch as many media reports of the day were unreliably sourced and highly speculative, this does not seem reasonable.

On the question as to whether POTUS committed obstruction of justice in re: Flynn, Mueller (et al) concluded that his actions likely satisfied 3 of the 4 required elements, but not the fourth, “intent”.

If intent is lacking, then the crime of obstruction of justice did not happen, no matter how the actual events played out. The determination regarding the other three elements is based on how others might have subjectively understood his words and on the contemporaneous actions of James Comey, who was later shown to have lied and deliberately leaked confidential information to the media (which is its own crime). That, to me, raises doubts as to his motives for those contemporaneous records and conversations and thus whether he understood POTUS words as they were stated or twisted their plain meaning to suit his own agenda which was, from the beginning, in opposition to the Presidency of Donald J. Trump. If Mueller can speculate as to POTUS intent, I can just as reasonably speculate about the motives of James Comey.

Although the term “collusion” is mentioned several times, it is worth reminding readers that “collusion” is nothing more than a synonym for “cooperation” and is not a crime.

Mentioned:

Potus

Kushner

Christy

Flynn

Priebus

Comey

Rybicki

Sessions

Hunt

Spicer

Kislyak

Netanyahu

K. T. Mc Farland

Eisenberg

McGahn

Hicks

If the format of this report is not suitable, please advise immediately.


af554d  No.6258036

>>6257947

^^^ Sorry this need to be proof - read a little more. Don't know where to post a better version. Don't want to eat too much bread here.

>>6225229

New info came in within the last few days from the Russian Government itself, which belies the claims of the writers of the Mueller Report that Russia was verifying the suspicious alleged contacts.


af554d  No.6258087

File: 3925af1fba06c53⋯.jpg (221.72 KB, 1304x627, 1304:627, 233bnospcificnames.jpg)

>>6225229

pg 233b

More citations from biased sources.

And informants from Russia who give vague claims without naming specific individuals.

The SC Report writer uses newspaper articles for evidence; doesn't do their own research.

Much like the the rest of the "sheeples" who just take the news sources "word" for it, listen to the news and believe it, without checking.

This has been going on for 50 years and has polluted the Justice system.

There are other important examples of this.

Many judges take the view that the "status quo" belief system derived from the newspapers, is reliable, and don't bother to get the supporting data.

In this case we have a "Merry-go-Round" since Comey leaked through a friend to the New York Times, which triggered the article in the Times which was used by the FBI to receive the warrant, for extreme surveillance over the subjects of their interest.


af554d  No.6258177

File: d493239ec143fcb⋯.jpg (260.61 KB, 1179x627, 393:209, 234muellerrptannot.jpg)

>>6258036

Here is a link to the Russian Report I referenced above

THE RUSSIAGATEHYSTERIA:A CASE OF SEVERE RUSSOPHOBIAAPRIL18, 2019

https://washington.mid.ru/upload/iblock/3c3/3c3d1e3b69a4c228e99bfaeb5491ecd7.pdf

pg 234

The writer of the Mueller report [on alleged Russian collusion] uses PODESTA as a source.

POTUS again denies involvement but Obama Hussain plunges ahead and puts sanctions against Russia for the alleged favortism to DJ Trump POTUS-elect.

Before Inauguration on the 20th of Jan. 2017, in early January POTUS had a meeting to be briefed on the situation.

The report does not name who it was who briefed the President-elect.

Somehow after the briefing whoever it was [?] felt confident to release a definitive statement regarding the reality of their accusations.

THINK:

What information did they have to brief him with?

Nothing. It was fabricated.

Therefore, what do you think was the purpose of the "briefing"?

The writer says the President -elect will meet for a "briefing on Russian interference"?

Wouldn't it be improper to name it that, at that point in time?

wouldn't it have been, at that time, and even now, proper to call it "alleged Russian interference"

Otherwise, aren't the "Special council" and his office impugning both President-elect Trump and the State of Russian, before a case has been made?

The second half of the page is another set of bogus and/or weak citations which don't support their [attempted] case.


af554d  No.6258184


af554d  No.6258312

File: 57eaef15d44e541⋯.jpg (280.04 KB, 1153x714, 1153:714, 235report.jpg)

>>6225229

pg. 235

Again, the writer of the report makes claims about an "assessment" which is opaque, not actual data.

The citation goes to the "Office of the Director of National Intelligence"

Who is that?

The report was in early Jan. while Hussain / Obama was still in charge; no detail on the report which was called:

"Russian Campaign to influence U.S. election 2016"

(I told the report was created by an agency of which Brennan was in charge)

Buzzfeed published unverified accusations, which did not even rise to the level of crime [cf. Starr's investigation of Clinton's cock]

POTUS again vehemently denied.

Why is this even in the ^^^^ report.

Some are saying since Mueller knew he never could indict POTUS he did this to gather evidence for Impeachment.

Impeachment does not require proof of crime. Just votes.

But thats a dud too, since Senate is too Republican and allied with POTUS to reach the numbers required for removal from office.

So, even if you had 'Impeachment" it would lead to another nothing-burger.

More hot air that shouldn't have been included in the report:

Trump felt the accusations regarding Russia would ruin his Presidency.

Well, why not? Why is that of note? Is that a crime? Is it something that made his accusers feel good, that they had succeeded in perhaps ruining his Presidency.


bfd14c  No.6258504

>>6256555

>>6257874

Page 201-210

pg.201-207

Continuing Part 4. False Statements and Obstruction of the Investigation Section b. Application to certain individuals

i. George Papadopoulos interviewed on Janurary 27, 2017

False Statements include

>Meetings with Joseph Mifsud occurred before he joined the Trump Campaign

>PapaD believed Mifsud was BS'ing about his connections with Russia

>Failed to inform investigators that Mifsud introduced him to Ivan Timofeev

>Meeting Polonskaya before joining the Trump Campaign and had no relationship with her

The false information and omissions in PapaD's interview undermined investigators' ability to challenge Mifsud when he made inaccurate statements.

PapaD was charged with making false statements, Pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 14 days of prison, a $9,500 fineand 200 hours of community service

ii. Redacted for Personal Privacy

iii. Micheal Flynn interviewed on January 24, 2017

False Statements include

>Flynn stated he did not ask Sergey Kislyak to refrain from escalating in response to US sanctions

>Stated he did not remember a follow-up conversation with Kislyak regarding their moderate response to US sanctions as a result of his request

>Stated he only asked the countries' position on how they would vote on a resolution and that he didn't request coutnries to take any action

Flynn was charged with making false statements, pursuant to a plea agreement Flynn also pleaded guilty to making false statments in his FARA filing

iv. Micheal Cohen testified to House Permanent Select Committee

False Statements include

>Stated Mosocw project ended in January 2016

>Never agreed to travel or considered asking Trump to travel for the project

>Stated no contact from Russian government

Cohen was charged with making false statement to the FBI and sentenced to 2 months imprisonment

v. Redacted Harm to Ongoing Matter

vi. Jeff Sessions

Insufficient proof of Sesions making false statements or obstructing

vii. Others Interviewed During the Investigation

No other indivuals were determined to be providing false information

4 paragraphs redacted

Page 208

Title Page of Volume II

Pg 209-212

Table of Contents for Volume 2

I. Background Legal and Evidentiary Principles

II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation

III. Legal Defenses to the Application of Obstruction-of-Justice Statues to the President

IV. Conclusion


af554d  No.6258550

File: bd82184596b3ad4⋯.jpg (236.43 KB, 1304x627, 1304:627, 236flynn.jpg)

>>6225229

pg 236

Beginning of a section on Flynn

They are saying Flynn lied to incoming Admin officials, but does not name who it is he lied to.

The lie is supposedly like this:"

Hussain/ Obama put sanctions on Russia because of Russia's alleged intrusion into the 2016 election with the intent to "bolster" Trump at the expense of HRC.

[Now we know why everybody is loathe to admit there was no Russian meddling of any consequence [13 hackers / trolls], Really?]

[ Since the Russians were made to suffer over this and it was a made-up, fabrication, it could cause an "international incident"?

So the claim about the lie is this:

Flynn didn't remember or didn't admit to talking to the Russian Ambassador. Suppsedly about the sanctions which were applied by Obama / Hussain for the reason that the Russians allegedly interfered in collusion with DJ Trump against HRC.

What was the Trump opposition, the Obama Administration, afraid that Flynn was saying to the Ambassador?

And why would Flynn be motivated to hide it?

If it is even so.

The report says they were investigating Flynn for "other matters" to start, but don't elaborate.

Supposedly this gave them the right to trick him into an interview?

[Apparently McCabe had a reason to attempt to hurt Flynn; since Flynn had whistle-blown on McCabe?]

Writers of the report claim Flynn told "similar lies" to the FBI as to others in the [Obama?] Administration?.

We are not told what those lies are.

How did the SC know that Flynn lied?

Had they Flynn under surveillance and so possessed transcripts of his phone conversations?

What's the 'big deal' if Flynn talked to a Russian Ambassador?

And if Office of SC had the transcripts [?] they should be able to say what was wrong with the conversation, not merely that it simply occurred. Also they would know if what transpired was harmful to U.S. interests. As it is, it seems the phone calls were used for innuendo only, Otherwise, the story would have fuller details.

P.S. none of this story makes sense.

The writer of the report now drifts over to James Comey and how POTUS asked him for loyalty at a private dinner.

The day after POTUS asked Comey for loyalty [according to Comey?], Potus had another private conversation wherein Comey alleges that POTUS asked him to "let Flynn go."

However, at this time, Flynn had not been charged with anything.

The writer seems to be attempting to connect things:

1. Flynn talking to a Russian ambassador over the phone

2. Flynn being interviewed by the FBI [entrapped]

3. Flynn being fired.

4. Potus having dinner with Comey, and asking for loyalty

5. Allegedly asking to "let Flynn go" when Flynn had not been charged for anything by that time [Charges came Dec. '17]

None of these things are necessarily connected.

Seems like the writers of the Mueller report experience conformation bias, or pretend to?. Because they allegedly believe in "Trump colluded with Russia" anything that happens will seem to fit into that pattern, even though there is no real evidence.

Writers of the report themselves knew there was no evidence so the function of the stringing together of the "confirmation bias" narrative/ story is to gaslight the public, not to make a real case?


af554d  No.6258983

>>6258550

>>6225229

amendment"

this is not true. I made a mistake

"Writers of the report claim Flynn told "similar lies" to the FBI as to others in the [Obama?] Administration?."

The lie the Mueller report claims made by Flynn was that he didn't remember speaking about the sanctions? the cause for the sanctions against Russia by Obama / Hussain to the Russian Ambassador to the U.S.A..

Flynn is said to have told people in Trump's circle that he did not speak on that subject with the Ambassador, when he actually did; And those people repeated it to others, so the report claims; but does not give names nor to where it was repeated and to what significance to anything it would have..

The exact substance of the lie will have to wait for further documents that we are told will be forthcoming for the exact nature of it, to be exposed.

So far, there's no indication or evidence that the lie had any importance other that a method to charge Flynn with a crime.


af554d  No.6259651

File: d7b9a68a885501a⋯.jpg (276.4 KB, 1304x627, 1304:627, 237a.jpg)

>>6225229

>>6259642 in the research general

237a


381ca3  No.6261622

A minute's extra work based on >>6232829 to list the data in columns. Just being manic.

#MuellerReport Appendix B: Glossary. Referenced persons

linux> sed 's/;/\n/g' t > t_out

https://pastebin.com/7CUdiWmk

#MuellerReport Appendix B: Glossary. Entities and Organizations

linux> sed 's/,/\n/g' u > u_out

https://pastebin.com/XFVpPGAW


d64a07  No.6264022

File: afaea19eb758ace⋯.png (425.28 KB, 777x1068, 259:356, wapoMueller.png)

A German hacker offers a rare look inside the secretive world of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

Washington Post article referenced in Mueller report

https://archive.li/JsSR7


381ca3  No.6264651

File: 34b86756daf99d8⋯.png (57.85 KB, 864x268, 216:67, Screenshot from 2019-04-21….png)

>>6224992

Off topic but not a complete thread-jack, i hope. Prompted by Devin Nunes Tweet on Easter Friday reminding us of an earlier report from a year ago:

HPSCI Report on Russian Active Measures, March 22, 2018

PDF Report:

https://republicans-intelligence.house.gov/uploadedfiles/final_russia_investigation_report.pdf

Text version using same technique as in >>6227437 here:

kek.gg/u/QVPN

!=

#MuellerReport

Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election, April 17 2019 (date of PDF). Official date: March 2019 Volume I and II

The main subject of this thread (bread?).


3bd030  No.6265034

Here's my summary of pages 171 -180

Mueller report summary for pgs 171 to 180Petr Aven unsuccessfully tries to set up a back channel through Richard Burt to Trump's Transition team. Burt finds the request highly unusual yet proceeds to ask fellow CNI member/president Dimitri Simes to set up a meeting w/ Kushner. Simes smartly declines due to ongoing Russia/Trump issues.

An email from 12/22/16 Burt recounted said conversation for Aven, (sidenote email contains no names) Burt notes his willingness to discuss the subject of "Project A" again after the New Year, he also references a "very influencial party" & a "trusted 3rd party".

During questioning Burt admitted Project A was the backchannel issue, that the "very influencial party" was Simes & that the "trusted 3rd party" was a total fabrication.

Burt also notes that the Trump Team was NOT interested in creating a back channel only Simes was & he was creating an illusion of willingness by mentioning the aforementioned "trusted 3rd party".

Aven responded the same day signaling his understanding.

Aven claims this response indicated he didn't want outreach yo continue.

Burt speaks to Aven later on & further explains the hard pass on creating channels as current climate made it impossible, (Redacted portion is likely an offer to revisit the subject at a later date), Burt claims not to recall discussing Aven's request w/ Simes, nor anyone else, again.

1st Q 2017 Aven, Russian Officials & Putin meet. Aven reports his unsuccessful attempts to build relations w/ Trumps admin.

Putin asks Aven about his efforts to create a channel again at the next several Quarterly meetings.

Aven informs Putin about being questioned by FBI re: his backchannel attempts, Putin appeared not to care.

December of 2016 After being fired from Trump team Carter Page continues efforts to persue business opportunity in Moscow, Russia.

(Large paragraph redacted for Grand Jury)

Konstantin Kilimnik, a Manafort associate, claims Page insinuated an ongoing connection/authorization to speak on behalf of Trump on many issues including Ukraine in a 12/8/16 email to Manafort.

12/9/16 Page dines w/ NES employees Shlomo Weber & Andrej Krickovic. Dvorkovich makes a short appearance at Webers behest, while there he asks Page about starting a dialogue between Russia & the U.S. he also asks Page to set up a connection to Trumps transition team.

(Another Large portion redacted for Grand Jury)

Dvorkovich separately discussed forming an academic relationship

(Large portion redacted for Grand Jury)

Michael Flynn acting upon his authority as incoming National Security Advisor for President-elect Donald Trumps transition team became the primary conduit to mediate what are tense global issues re: Isreali settlements and impending sanctions on Russia. During which time many on the transition team spoke with other Nations leaders re: Israel.

Michael Flynn's Russian contact was Russian Ambassador Kislyak, whom Jarrod Kushner felt had no power in Russian gov.

12/29/16 the outgoing Obama admin publicly announces sanctions against Russia causing a flurry of communications between Trump's transition team senior officials.

Kislyak tried to initiate contact with Flynn for 2 days starting 12/28/16

Mcfarland recounts speaking with a few key transition team members re: Russian sanctions impact on relations with U.S. & Russia & that Flynn has a scheduled call with Kislyak. Flynn is hoping to de-escalate this situation with this call. Mcfarland updates Trump & team on current situation w/ Russia.

12/30/16 Russia responds to Sanctions publicly.

Mcfarland transmits info to transition team re: Flynn's call w/ Kislyak, except for the sanctions talks as Flynn does not want it to seem like he's getting in Obama's way.

12/31/16 Mcfarland speaks w/ Flynn about meeting w/ Trump & the call, he assures her Russia will not escalate the situation & indicated the desire to better relations with the U.S. as Kislyak stated in his call this day.

Flynn recalls speaking to Mcfarland but not other team members regarding the sanctions.

The end summary of this section ultimately finds while there were contacts made there was no collusion with Russia & transition team.


35b0bc  No.6268568

trumps a kike what a surprise


87beaa  No.6271129

>>6230279

protecting lawyers. lawyers have their grubby hands all over the government. mueller people should be arrested for not investigating the lawyer.


9f28ab  No.6273513

Summary brought from afar by "Hops"

COVERS VERY BOTTOM OF PAGE 120 THROUGH TO PAGE 129

SUMMARY: ==This section mainly focuses on Paul Manafort’s indictment and subsequent conviction related to eight felony accounts covering a 12-year period prior to and including his brief time spent on the Trump campaign, none of which had anything to do with collusion.== Although the Special Counsel’s office attempted to flip Manafort, he remained steadfast and plead guilty to these charges. During press conferences and interviews, both Trump and Giuliani affirmed Trump’s disgust for how Manafort was being treated by the Special Counsel’s office and their use of “flipping” to get defendants to lie. Both were regularly asked to comment on the possibility of a pardon for Manafort and others, but no clear statement was made other than to say that it had been discussed with attorneys and the possible “political fallout” examined if such should occur. General Michael Flynn’s resignation was also discussed briefly as well as his need to cease all communication with Trump based on his own legal counsel. Michael Cohen’s plea deal was briefly discussed as well as his decision to “flip” in order to obtain a better plea deal to eight offenses, which included one for campaign-finance violations. Richard Gates’ indictment was discussed as well as Jerome Corsi’s indictment, but with no final outcomes outlined.

Paragraph begins on bottom of page 120 to 121.

J. President’s Conduct Towards Flynn, Manafort, HOM

1. Conduct Directed at Michael Flynn

Trump asked Flynn to resign on 2/13/17. In public, Trump praised Flynn’s character. Trump asked his advisors to tell Flynn that he “cared about him” and to “stay strong.”

On 11/17, Flynn began cooperating with Trump’s Office and on 11/22/17, he withdrew from a joint defense agreement with Trump. Flynn’s legal counsel communicated with counsel for both Trump and the WH, stating that Flynn had to cease “confidential communications” with Trump. Trump’s counsel left a voicemail for Flynn’s counsel stating that if Flynn had made a deal with an agency within government, they needed to know. On 11/23/17, Flynn’s counsel returned a call to Trump’s counsel acknowledging their voicemail and reaffirmed that information could no longer be shared with Trump. Trump’s counsel disagreed and interpreted this as Flynn’s hostility towards POTUS. Flynn’s counsel saw this as an attempt to make Flynn reconsider this decision.

Pages 122- 124.

2. Conduct Directed at Paul Manafort

Paul Manafort and Richard Gates (deputy campaign manager) were indicted by a D.C. grand jury on 10/27/17, on multiple felony accounts. On 2/22/18, they were indicted with additional accounts by an Eastern District of Virginia grand jury. The charges against Manafort covered the period from 2005 to 2018.

In 1/18, Manafort assured Gates that they would be taken care of, suggesting that they would be given special protections under Trump’s direction based on Manafort’s communication with Trump’s counsel. Manafort discouraged Gates from pleading. Manafort denied any reference to a “pardon” [presumably by Trump] when asked by Gates.

Trump did not believe Manafort knew what he was doing on the Trump campaign and that he did not like Manafort. Trump asked his aides whether Manafort may have information harmful to him and wondered if Manafort was cooperating the Special Counsel’s investigation.

Publicly, Trump criticized the prosecution and suggested Manafort was being treated unfairly. On 6/15/18, Trump stated to the press that he felt bad about Manafort’s situation, specifically that the grand jury reached back 12 years into Manafort’s activities, and restated his desire to see fair treatment of Manafort. Later that day, Manafort’s bail was revoked and he was further charged with tampering with a witness while out on bail. Trump tweeted a reply reminding that Manafort had worked on other campaigns, that he didn’t know “Manafort was head of the mob”, and he was unfairly treated. Trump also questioned lack of oversight with Comey, “Crooked” Hilary and others.

Rudy Giuliani is Trump’s personal lawyer. When interviewed just after Manafort’s bail, he suggested that it is within the scope of Trump’s powers to pardon Manafort, should he wish to, but that he could not while the Special Counsel’s investigation was ongoing. He commented on this topic across different interviews with essentially the same message, that a pardon is Trump’s prerogative, should he decide, but that it is neither a given nor is it off the table, especially when it was suggested that his or Trump’s comments influence defendants’ cooperation in the investigation.


9f28ab  No.6273523

>>6273513

continued:

Page 125

On 7/31/18, Manafort’s criminal trial began (ED of VA), with heavy media coverage. Trump complained in a tweet the next day that AG Sessions needed to stop the “rigged witch hunt,” that Mueller was conflicted and that “17 Angry Democrats” were doing “his dirty work.” Another tweet reminded that Manafort was only briefly involved in the Trump campaign and that he should have been made aware that Manafort was under investigation at the time he joined. Trump reiterated that current charges had nothing to do with collusion and questioned why Manafort was serving solitary confinement without conviction. The press queried Sarah Sanders about Trump’s tweets and she reaffirmed Trump’s complaint about Manafort’s unfair treatment.

Page 126

On 8/17/18, while Manafort’s jury deliberations continued, Trump was questioned by reporters about the trial. Trump responded again with it being a “rigged witch hunt” and refuse to discuss whether he would grant Manafort a pardon. Trump reaffirmed his position that the Manafort trial was a “sad situation”, and “sad” for the country. He described Manafort as a “very good person” to which Manafort’s attorney later expressed appreciation for Trump’s support.

On 8/21/18, Manafort was found guilty on 8 felony accounts. On this date, Michael Cohen also plead guilty to 8 offenses, including campaign-finance violation, which he claimed occurred with Trump’s knowledge. When speaking with reporters, Trump continued to reaffirm Manafort’s good character and his unfair treatment. He followed up the same sentiment in a tweet and contrasted Manafort with Cohen, further affirming Manafort’s character and refusal to lie to get a “deal.”

Pages 126-128

Trump was interviewed by Fox news on 8/22/18, and alluded to Cohen having “flipped” in order to get a better deal (judgment) and contrasted him with Manafort. Trump refused to discuss the possibility of a pardon for Manafort, but reaffirmed his respect for him. Giuliani continued to affirm Trump’s disgust for Manafort’s treatment and that he and Trump had considered the “political fallout” that could occur if a pardon to Manafort was granted. In another interview, Giuliani indicated that Trump had consulted with lawyers about the possibility of pardoning Manafort and other aides.

On 9/28/18, Manafort plead guilty to charges in DC, and signed a plea deal requiring him to “cooperate with investigators.” Apparently, Giuliani said publicly that Manafort remained in a “joint defense agreement” with Trump while having plead guilty and cooperating with the investigation. He also said Manafort’s attorney also remained in contact with Trump’s lawyers on topics discussed and information provided to the Special Counsel’s office. On 11/26/18, a public court filing by the Special Counsel’s Office revealed that Manafort had lied about multiple subjects and had breached his plea deal. Giuliani stated Trump had been very upset over Manafort’s treatment, calling it “un-American” and “horrible.” On 11/28/19, Trump described Manafort as “brave” for not having “flipped.” He railed against the use of “flipping,” or lying, by prosecutors to get defendants to say what prosecutors want. Trump referenced Manafort, (Jerome) Corsi and an unnamed (HOM) as three who did not flip and he called them “brave.”

Pages 128-129

3. Harm to Ongoing Matter

No details given.


9f28ab  No.6273627

Note to board, I will be back in later to collect numbers and make a new pastebin.

>>6258504 Noted, thank you!

>>6257955 Looks good, noted, thank you!

>>6261622 Noted! Fancy!

>>6265034 Noted, thank you!

I THINK this is up to date, correct me if I'm wrong.

Sections ==Claimed== Awaiting Summary:

Feel free to claim these, and do them.

Pages 51 to 60 a7c303

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 101 to 110 c19333

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 181 to 190 taken main board

Pages 231 to 240 8e7fcf

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

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Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

Pages 311 to 320

Pages 341 to 350

Pages 371 to 380

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9f28ab  No.6273661

>>6273627

>>6225229 whoops! Noted! Thank you!


9069c7  No.6277722

>>6273661

not quite finished. I have 3 moar pages.


6099cf  No.6290037

Reading this post I have realized 2 things…

1: Anons are 9001% better and more efficient at organizing and dissecting very large legal documents then most all legal representatives today.

2. Almost all of this information in the Muller report is widely known and publicly available so is this all just a huge misdirection? Look at this hand! (Flailing wildly I might add) And ignore this hand?


731354  No.6290395

File: 5685a8cacf2f63d⋯.png (134.46 KB, 601x597, 601:597, twitter_com_ClimateAudit_s….png)

https://twitter.com/ClimateAudit/status/1120423827215876097


959fea  No.6313191

>>6290037

>9001% better

Over 9,000, but not done yet.

>>6273627

I'll take 341-350. As the last time I did this, it might be a couple days, but shouldn't be longer than that.


95ef3c  No.6313666

>>6290395

>no appendix

Maybe because it wasn't meant for the public, smartass Stephen


959fea  No.6315671

>>6313191

>>6273627

I got done early, I guess. Hopefully this is both short and meaningful.

- - -

Let's start with HARM to Ongoing MATTER, three big paragraphs with an unredacted '95', '89', '98', & '899' 1st number in 1st para, nothing, then three numbers.

Then slightly more than a line each, HARM ONGOING redacted with 895, -6,7,8,9

Next page, 00, then a block containing 901, 02, both marked ongoing matter, 04 after the next block, 05, 06 & 907, ending with 08

Multilne redactions # 900, 901-908 for each line.

Analysis

in analyzing POTUS toward Flynn, Manafort [HmOngMtt], the following is relevant to the elemants of obstruction //emphasis by Anon

a. Ob.Act POTUS actions toward witnessses would qualify if they had the natural tendancy to prevent witnessing, delying, or preventing

WRT Flynn, POTUS sent publc & private messages of encouragement, to stay strong, POTUS still cares, before Flynn began cooperating w/.gov; Flynn's attorney pulled him from a joint def.agreemt (still potentially cooperating w/.gov), POTUS' attorneys said that "still remains" but eventually said Flynn not sharing under joint def.agreemt looked hostile toward POTUS. But because of client/lawyer privilege we can't tell if POTUS was trying to flip Flynn or even knew the specific messages given.

WRT Manafort, evidence that POTUS actions had potential to influence whether to cooperate w/.gov; repeated msgs suggesting a pardon, also repeating POTUS didn't want Manafort to "flip". At the 6/15/2018 court day about revoking bail, POTUS said he felt "a lot of it is unfair" but when asked about a pardon said "I do want to see people treated fairly" "That's what it's all about." Manafort didn't cooperate then eventually pled guilty pursuant to an agreement but was found to have violated it by lying to investigators.

POTUS talking during the trial had potential to influence the jury if jurors had read the news articles even though they'd been instructed not to.

Harm to ongoing matter, whole paragraph

b: Nexus to official proceeding: actions towards Flynn, Manafort, [HOM], appear connected to official proceedings for each individual.

c: intent: wrt to Flynn, inconclusive. Because of privilege issues, what the lawyers said in either direction is unclear.

POTUS sent many public messages of support, indicating encouragement Manafort not cooperate w/.gov even though he told aides POTUS didn't like Manafort. Asked about a pardon, POTUS responded with words of great respect for what M. has done, gone through. Maybe POTUS meant not so much to influence the jury, but public opinion. Or maybe he was holding out an offer of pardon.

HOM, whole big paragraph. Next comes Cohen, which "spans the full period of our investigation"

OVERVIEW

M. Cohen pursued the Trump Tower Moscow project on behalf of the Trump organization, briefed DJT numerous times, tried to schedule DJT on a trip to Moscow, and eventually lied to congress about the timeline of these discussions to minimize the appearence of dealings with Russia.

Evidence

Cohen talked to: POTUS' counsel (lawyers), Felix Sater, Dmitry Peskov (.RU deputy chief-of-staff), Elena Poliakova (Peskov's assistant), and discussed on numerous occassions with DJT-Jr, Ivanka. Also later a NYT reporter and of course DJT, about the TrTwr.RU project, a "potentially $1Bn deal"

FBI searched Cohen's home, office in 4/18, POTUS said C wouldn't flip, sent msgs privately to C of support. Cohen spoke with POTUS counsel, believed he'd be pardoned but in 7/18 he began cooperating w/.gov, & POTUS publically criticized him, suggested C's family members had committed crimes.

Summer '16 candidate DJT publically said he had nothing to do with the Moscow deal then asked Cohen privately about its status, which C found "interesting"

At some point in the Summer C said the .RU development .co had no land thus no project which DJT called "too bad" and never asked again.

2: Cohen adhere's to "party line": see Vol-II-Sect-II.A when questions, re possible .RU support for DJT-as-POTUS arose DJT denied having any connections to .RU, which Cohen took as the "party line"

Cohen did not tell POTUS-elect explicitly this line was untrue because he thought DJT already knew it was; Cohen thiought it important to limit the appearence of association with .RU to before DJT had become the party's presumptive nominee (952, a 302 from 9/12/18)

This section has many more details about the timing of calls, recollections of M.Cohen, but these seems to be the important parts.

302's from 9/12/18, one in 8/7/18, (915)letter of intent from DJT, Andrey Rozov of Trump Acq, and an email 12/19/15, Sater->Cohen

More 302's from 11/20/18, 9/12/18, and a mention of C's congressional testimony


949727  No.6339399

Adding for Hops:

PDF Page #231-240

(Bottom of 230-231)

3. Trump Campaign Reacts to Allegations That Russia was Seeking to Aid Candidate Trump

• On 7/26/16, Trump denied any association with Russia following the Wikileaks release of hacked DNC emails, as well as any investment in Russia.

• On 7/27/16, Trump further denied involvement with Russia or the hacked emails, stating that Russia’s association with the case was unproven. He stated friendly relations with Russia would be preferable and he would recognize Crimea as Russian territory and possibly lift sanctions.

• Trump denied involvement with Russia at present and stated all past involvements with regard to hosting a pageant there and exploring possible building projects, non of which came to pass.

• After a press conference where Trump denied any dealings with Russia, Michael Cohen accused him of lying and Trump pointed out that the Trump Tower project that had been proposed was never a ‘deal’ and Cohen suggested that Trump’s advisors fostered a narrative of there being no business dealings with Russia.

(Page 232)

• The Trump campaign directly avoided any possible interaction with Russian contacts, including a campaign advisor’s invitation to a Russian Ambassador and a forced resignation on 8/19/16, of Manafort due to his Russian business dealings and to a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine. Additionally, when Carter Page’s Russian connections were made public in 9/16, he was also terminated.

• On 10/7/16, Wikileaks released a batch of Podesta emails, stolen by a Russian Intelligence agency, which was followed up by a statement released by the US government linking Russian hacking with direct interference in the presidential elections.

• On 10/11/16, Podesta publicly suggested that Trump may have been aware of the hacked email release. At this time Pence was asked if there were any Trump-Russian connections and he denied any such thing.

(Page 233)

4. After the Election, Trump Continues to Deny Any Contacts or Connections with Russia or That Russia Aided his Election

• On 11/8/16, Trump was elected President. On 11/8/16, Russian officials spoke with press and stated they had been in contact with the Trump campaign. Campaign spokesperson, Hope Hicks, adamantly denied interaction.

• On 12/10/16, Press reported that Russian interference in the election had aided the Trump campaign. Trump adamantly denied this said that no one actually knew who the hackers were and further suggested that the source could be the Democrats, themselves.

(Page 234)

• On 12/18/16, Podesta continued to publicly state Russian interference, questioning whether Trump campaign officials communicated with Russians.

• Newly hired Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus, denied any communication with Russians on Fox News and suggested that the Democrats were trying to delegitimize the outcome of the election.

• On 12/29/16, Obama imposed sanctions and other measures on Russia(ns) in response to Russian interference in the election.

• President-elect Trump stated that we [America] needed to move forward and that he would meet with intelligence community for a briefing on Russian interference.

• On 1/7/17, Trump met with intelligence and afterwards, a public version of the assessment was released, which concluded that there was “high confidence” that Russia interfered with a goal of harming Clinton’s campaign and that they preferred Trump.

(Page 235)

• Buzzfeed published allegations compiled in the Christopher Steele dossier suggesting that Trump had deep Russian ties, to which Trump adamantly denied and such dealings.

• Trump’s responded to these allegations with concern for how his electoral victory would be viewed by Americans, and that the story had been made-up to undermine his victory.


949727  No.6339441

>>6339399

part 2:

(Page 236)

B. The President’s Conduct Concerning the Investigation of Michael Flynn

Overview

• As incoming National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn spoke with the Russian Ambassador to the US twice in regards to the US sanctions imposed on them by Obama.

• Press reported on these conversations between Flynn and the Ambassador and Flynn lied to incoming Administration by denying he had discussed sanctions. The lies were publicly repeated in interviews.

• The FBI interviewed Flynn about the calls after Trump was inaugurated, and he repeated those lies.

• On 1/26/17. The Department of Justice notified Trump about Flynn and the Russian Ambassador’s sanction conversations.

• On 1/27/17, Trump dined with Comey and asked for his loyalty.

• On 2/13/17, Trump asked Flynn to resign.

• On 2/14/17, Trump spoke with Comey and he indicated that he wished for Comey to “let Flynn go.”

Evidence

1. Incoming National Security Advisor Flynn Discusses Sanctions on Russia with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak

• Flynn’s position as National Security Advisor was announced shortly after Trump’s election.

• Flynn spent 2 months on the Presidential Transition Team (PTT) coordinating policy positions and communicating with foreign officials, including Russian Ambassador Kislyak.

• On 12/29/2016, upon Obama’s announcements of sanctions on Russia, the PTT exchanged emails about the impact of sanctions on their Administration and Flynn informed them he would be speaking with Kislyak.

(Page 237)

• KT McFarland, soon-to-be Deputy National Security Advisor, discussed with Flynn, by phone, whether anything should be said about sanctions in his upcoming phone call to Kislyak. Administration had discussed the sanctions and possible Russian response and McFarland communicated to Flynn the Administrations desire not to see Russia escalate the situation.

• Recollections of the meeting among incoming Administrators revealed a desire to see the situation “cool down” with Russia, and that they believed Russia wanted a good relationship with the Trump Administration and Trump believed Obama imposed sanctions to embarrass and delegitimize Trump’s electoral win.

• Following his phone call with McFarland, Flynn spoke with Kislyak and requested that Russia respond to the sanctions in a “reciprocal manner” without escalation. Flynn then debriefed McFarland regarding the call to Kislyak. Putin announced on 12/30/17, that Russia would not escalate the situation.


949727  No.6339465

>>6339399

>>6339441

part 3:

(Page 238)

• 12/31/16, Kislyak phoned Flynn to confirm his request had been forwarded and confirmed in Putin’s statement on sanctions. Flynn then informed McFarland of his conversation with Kislyak.

• Bannon was aware of Flynn’s Kislyak conversation and the two discussed this positive outcome.

• On 1/3/17, Flynn met with Trump believed he discussed Russian response sanctions, but did not recall specifics.

• The intelligence community was surprised by Russia’s response to sanctions, and they were aware of Flynn’s discussion with Kislyak concerning sanctions. They already had an open investigation concerning Flynn’s relationship to the Russian government, and this situation became a “key component” of the investigation.

(Page 239)

2. President-Elect Trump is Briefed on the Intelligence Community’s Assessment of Russian Interference in the Election and Congress Opens Election-Interference Investigations.

• On 1/6/17, Trump and his Administration was briefed on Russia’s interreference in the 2016 election.

• Comey privately briefed Trump on allegations made in the Steele dossier. Comey’s memorandum of the meeting revealed Trump spoke highly of Comey, looked forward to working with him and hoped he planned to remain FBI Director. Comey stated that Trump “seemed defensive” and Comey assured Trump that he was not the target of investigations.

• On 1/10/17, media reported on the Trump-Comey meeting and the Steele dossier. Trump requested whether the intelligence community leaders could make a public statement refuting dossier allegations.

• Three congressional committees opened investigations on the Russian interference and the possibility of Trump-Russian collusion:

o On 1/13/17, (bipartisan) Senate-Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI)

o On 1/25/17, House Permanent Selection Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI)

o On 2/2/17, Senate Judiciary Committee

(Page 240)

3. Flynn Makes False Statements About his Communications with Kislyak to Incoming Administration Officials, the Media, and the FBI

• On 1/12/17, WaPo reported Flynn’s communication with Kislyak and violated the Logan Act as well as possible “undercut US sanctions.”

• Trump was upset by the WaPo story and asked Priebus about it. Priebus spoke to Flynn and Flynn said he felt pressure to “kill the story.” Flynn told McFarland to call WaPo and inform that no such discussions had occurred regarding sanctions, which McFarland did despite knowing it was false. WaPo updated the story stating a Trump official had denied the sanction discussion.

• Flynn denied his conversation with Kislyak to incoming Administration as well as to VP Pence and press secretary Sean Spicer, all of whom reaffirmed that denial in media interviews.


58a9b1  No.6344993

>>6225686

Your image post is fake anon. Trump said the report TOTALLY exonerated him on obstruction! Your post implies that he flagrantly lied about that.


749344  No.6360525

Long lost baker here, so proud of you fuckers! Work got crazy so I'm glad you all could coordinate this where I left off!

We should do a full summary of summaries when done? LIke, a pdf of all the summaries in order? or not a pdf.. something.. even a pastebin? I dunno, whatever's the most 1337 way to do things these days


9f28ab  No.6361065

>>6360525

Ah! There you are!!! PHEW!!

PASTE

https://pastebin.com/04a42VyX

I hope I did it ok! Board is a mess, we still need summaries. I put a post in main.

https://8ch.net/qresearch/res/6359364.html#q6360026


9f28ab  No.6498906

>>6360525

We at least have to keep it on the board. I agree, we need to save it. I'll look into best ways. But muh D5 Avalanche is almost here (I hope)… may take a few days!


749344  No.6531997

What the heck how come this isn't complete yet? I shouldn't have stepped back as I'm still too busy to administer this project. Could someone pick it up and finalize it? Sorry, work suddenly got CRAZY for me.


749344  No.6532004

I can assist in compiling a final collection once done but unfortunately I'm still tied up to admin this project


9f28ab  No.6619883

File: 875df7ee5005a81⋯.jpg (123.13 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, 000000000wherewego.jpg)

I've just had a rest. I'll get 'er going again! I still have the Notepad++ open below! Here goes. We have these left:

Claim your chunk, on that bread, reply to your post with your summary. Example in top post by OP (t. not me)

Please don't forget your short chunk Title, TY.

Sections ==Claimed== Awaiting Summary:

Feel free to claim these, and do them.

Pages 51 to 60 a7c303

Pages 71 to 80 16548f

Pages 101 to 110 c19333

Pages 131 to 140 52bc2c

Pages 181 to 190 taken main board

Pages 321 to 330 ba2806

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Pages 281 to 290

Pages 291 to 300

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