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Mueller Recruits Another Lawyer from Solicitor General’s Office to Russia Probe

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Elizabeth Prelogar, a former law clerk to Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan, appears to be fluent in Russian. She formerly worked in private practice at Hogan Lovells.

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  • Barry Thistlethwaite

    This is a political investigation, not a legal one. There is no evidence of any crime, only a search for one based on no proof or evidence. Therefore, the neutrality and objectivity of the investigators is critical. Why does Mr. Mauro not mention that three of the five named attorneys contributed the maximum legal amount to Hillary and a fourth worked for her and for her foundation? Or that all of the private attorneys--including Mueller himself--are drawn from firms whose contributions go 90% or more to Democrats? Are no Republican attorneys available? Or, are all of these Liberal attorneys intent on keeping the team on the same side to ensure an outcome that supports their political beliefs at the expense of impartiality? The findings of a political investigation by such a thoroughly politically biased investigation team are suspect even before they are announced.

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