Mysterious Legal Battle Between Mueller and Nemesis Intensifies
The media has largely ignored it. However, their silence may not last.
The D.C. Circuit announced today they will hear oral arguments in the case on December 14. (Law & Crime)
BREAKING: D.C. Circuit just announced that the Dec. 14 oral argument in the mystery grand jury witness case POLITICO reported on will take place in CLOSED SESSION. Earlier: https://t.co/ZQpoLCWTuO— Josh Gerstein (@joshgerstein) November 30, 2018
Law&Crime has previously reported on the mysterious legal battle that appears to be going on between Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s office and an unidentified grand jury witness.
This latest development comes two weeks after the unknown appellant filed a 6,487-word brief in the case.
Speculation has been rampant as to what the case is about. Is it a challenge to Mueller’s authority like those brought by Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller or Concord Management? Is it something else altogether?
Some snooping by a Politico reporter led to the belief that it could even by President Donald Trump himself, but Trump’s lawyer Jay Sekulow denied it.
Intriguingly, no one will know for some time.