DOJ Quietly Drops Case Against Russian 'Troll Farm' They Accused of Meddling in 2016 ElectionChris Menahan
Mar. 20, 2020
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The Justice Department decided to quietly drop their case against the Russian "troll farm" the Internet Research Agency while the coronavirus was distracting everyone.
This indictment was the crux of the entire Mueller investigation that was supposed to prove Russian meddling and yet his team shared "no evidence" this group was guilty of the crimes they were accused of.
From AFP, "US drops case against Russian firm accused of 2016 vote meddling":
The US Justice Department on Monday abruptly dropped its criminal case against a company controlled by an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, which allegedly funded the campaign to meddle in the United States' 2016 elections.Michael Bloomberg couldn't win one state spending some $400 million but we're supposed to believe this group swayed the election with a few hundred thousand in social media ads and D-tier memes.
In a filing in Washington federal district court, the Justice Department said that Concord's tactics of trying to use US law and court procedures to prise out classified intelligence related to the evidence against it was a threat to national security.The IRA is out of reach of US law.
Mueller's team never expected them to defend themselves in court.
Nonetheless, the Russkies called their bluff and filed for discovery. The Justice Department then dragged their feet for two years before dropping the case just before trial, citing bulls**t about "national security" as headlines were dominated by news about the coronavirus pandemic.
Prigozhin tried to fire back on Tuesday by vowing to file a $50 billion lawsuit for being "wrongfully persecuted" but it garnered few headlines and any such case will no doubt just be thrown out in court.
It's remarkable that almost no Americans will even know this is how the story ended.
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