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Sessions just abruptly dismissed a Russian money laundering case. Guess who the lawyer was - Veselnitskaya!

 
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Sessions just abruptly dismissed a Russian money laundering case. Guess who the lawyer was - Veselnitskaya!
That's right - the same Natalia Veselnitskaya , Russian Government lawyer, who met with Junior. And it was a major Russian money laundering operation. Starting to connect the dots yet?

Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday asking why the Department of Justice settled a major money-laundering case involving a real-estate company owned by the son of a powerful Russian government official whose lawyer met with Donald Trump Jr. last year.

Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, on Tuesday tweeted an email chain from June 2016 in which he entertained accepting damaging information from a "Russian government attorney" about Hillary Clinton as part of the Kremlin's support for his father's campaign.

That attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya, represents the family of Pyotr Katsyv, the former vice governor of the Moscow region, whose son, Denis, owns the real-estate company Prevezon. The DOJ had been investigating whether Prevezon laundered millions of dollars through New York City real estate when the case was unexpectedly settled two days before going to trial in May.

The Prevezon case garnered high-profile attention, given its ties to a $230 million Russian tax-fraud scheme and the Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, whose suspicious death aroused international media attention and spurred the passage of the Magnitsky Act in 2012. Denis Katsyv and Veselnitskaya have become the face of Moscow's lobbying efforts against the Magnitsky Act in recent years.

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this scandal will end up being for the DNC if this continues.
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this scandal will end up being for the DNC if this continues.
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How do you figure? Trump and clan are balls deep with these people, probably starting with Russian money laundering, hence the anticpated RICO indiuctments.

And now we have Jeff Sessions settling on a Federal Russian money laundering, represented by none other than Natalia Veselnitskaya?

Maybe Putin tells Sessions jump and Sessions asks "how high"? Calling in some favors? Don't want those pee hooker tapes from Moscow to go viral either, do we?
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this scandal will end up being for the DNC if this continues.
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unless they can keep it just spinning with nothing ever resulting from it of course
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this scandal will end up being for the DNC if this continues.
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How do you figure? Trump and clan are balls deep with these people, probably starting with Russian money laundering, hence the anticpated RICO indiuctments.

And now we have Jeff Sessions settling on a Federal Russian money laundering, represented by none other than Natalia Veselnitskaya?

Maybe Putin tells Sessions jump and Sessions asks "how high"? Calling in some favors? Don't want those pee hooker tapes from Moscow to go viral either, do we?
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lol so delusional
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Case closed as it should be. Move on to more important things like all the undocumented Democratic voters from Mexico.
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Re: Sessions just abruptly dismissed a Russian money laundering case. Guess who the lawyer was - Veselnitskaya!
Has anyone looked up the case and read it? Or are you just trusting the msm and the demonrats?

It could just be a major coincidence, they knew the case was settled and had this email thing with junior laying around waiting to use it at the right time. So, they used it now to make it look like the case was settled because of the "scandal" of the meeting?

the dems are uber into "optics".
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Has anyone looked up the case and read it? Or are you just trusting the msm and the demonrats?

It could just be a major coincidence, they knew the case was settled and had this email thing with junior laying around waiting to use it at the right time. So, they used it now to make it look like the case was settled because of the "scandal" of the meeting?

the dems are uber into "optics".
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Here is the link with full reference to the case:

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

Now look at the letter that Congress sent to Sessions. That is not fake, and it has the complete docket information if you want to verify for yourself.
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The DOJ is completely rogue. Everything they do is suspect.
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you derping OP?

Never met them before.

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Re: Sessions just abruptly dismissed a Russian money laundering case. Guess who the lawyer was - Veselnitskaya!
Has anyone looked up the case and read it? Or are you just trusting the msm and the demonrats?

It could just be a major coincidence, they knew the case was settled and had this email thing with junior laying around waiting to use it at the right time. So, they used it now to make it look like the case was settled because of the "scandal" of the meeting?

the dems are uber into "optics".
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71552029


Here is the link with full reference to the case:

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

Now look at the letter that Congress sent to Sessions. That is not fake, and it has the complete docket information if you want to verify for yourself.
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Pretty sure there was a thread about this a couple of days ago. Never made any assumptions about president obama or president bush, always gave them the benefit of the doubt so I do the same for President Trump. There has to be a logical explanation that those who only want to see bad aren't seeing.
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Has anyone looked up the case and read it? Or are you just trusting the msm and the demonrats?

It could just be a major coincidence, they knew the case was settled and had this email thing with junior laying around waiting to use it at the right time. So, they used it now to make it look like the case was settled because of the "scandal" of the meeting?

the dems are uber into "optics".
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The DNC and MSM are clickbait on steroids. Do you notice a pattern of one unfounded scandal after another, but each one gets 24-72 hours of fame and additional "revelations", always to end in a big fat nothing burger. Whatever keeps your hive minds happy is ok. I also see a high correlation between frenzied Dem fake news anytime something big is brewing behind the scenes that will hurt them. Watch.

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OP: This is the very same case she was defending in NY after the State Dept granted her the temp visa. Do you even scribe dummy?
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Re: Sessions just abruptly dismissed a Russian money laundering case. Guess who the lawyer was - Veselnitskaya!
Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
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Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
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...just wait for the tax returns to be release!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, May 12, 2017
Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces $5.9 Million Settlement Of Civil Money Laundering And Forfeiture Claims Against Real Estate Corporations Alleged To Have Laundered Proceeds Of Russian Tax Fraud

Defendant Prevezon Holdings Ltd. Agrees to Pay $5,896,333.65, Triple the Fraud Proceeds Alleged to Be Directly Traceable to the Defendants

[link to www.justice.gov (secure)]

Can't click on your link OP but is this the case?
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Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69305622


And this, also from March, when Trump fired Preet Bharara:

This week, Nikolai Gorokhov, the lawyer representing Magnitsky's family, is recovering from serious injuries after falling out of a window in his Moscow apartment building. Gorokhov fell just one day before he was scheduled to appear in a Moscow court.

Gorokhov is a key witness for the United States government in a related money laundering suit against Prevezon Holdings. In that suit, filed in 2013 by former Department of Justice attorney Preet Bharara, the feds allege that a Russian criminal organization "including corrupt Russian officials" defrauded Russian taxpayers out of approximately 5.4 billion rubles ($230 million U.S.) through a tax refund fraud scheme. To hide the fraud, the feds allege that money was funneled through an elaborate series of transfers.

What's the U.S. connection? The money laundering allegedly included the purchase of Manhattan real estate with funds from the fraud. What was the high end real estate and which luxury condos were involved in the laundering?

We will never know, because Sessions settled the case two days before it went to trial.
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By the way, under the settlement, none of Prevezon Holdings' companies admitted wrongdoing and as such, they did not have to reveal any of their holdings or transactions regarding high end real estate and luxury condos in Manhattan that they used as part of the money laundering.

Preet Bharara was getting very close to establishing a link between Trump Corp. and Prevezon.
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Comey was fired on May 9

Preet Bharara May 12

Preet Bharara Retweeted US Attorney SDNY
Congrats to Joon & team in Russian money laundering case (underlying fraud uncovered by Sergei Magnitsky, died suspiciously in Moscow jail)Preet Bharara added,
US Attorney SDNYVerified account @SDNYnews
Acting USAtty Kim: We will not allow the US financial system to be used to launder proceeds of crimes committed anywhere-here or in Russia
[link to twitter.com (secure)]
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By the way, under the settlement, none of Prevezon Holdings' companies admitted wrongdoing and as such, they did not have to reveal any of their holdings or transactions regarding high end real estate and luxury condos in Manhattan that they used as part of the money laundering.

Preet Bharara was getting very close to establishing a link between Trump Corp. and Prevezon.
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If that were true, that Prete, the sore loser extraordinaire, "was getting very close to establishing a link between Trump Corp. and Prevezon" then Prete would have not been able to resist tweeting it out.

Also, Joon is just as much of a good attorney as prete, maybe better, if there were such a connection, Joon would have gone after it. You act like the Southern district of NY attorney's office was one man, and it wasn't and isn't.
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Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69305622


And this, also from March, when Trump fired Preet Bharara:

This week, Nikolai Gorokhov, the lawyer representing Magnitsky's family, is recovering from serious injuries after falling out of a window in his Moscow apartment building. Gorokhov fell just one day before he was scheduled to appear in a Moscow court.

Gorokhov is a key witness for the United States government in a related money laundering suit against Prevezon Holdings. In that suit, filed in 2013 by former Department of Justice attorney Preet Bharara, the feds allege that a Russian criminal organization "including corrupt Russian officials" defrauded Russian taxpayers out of approximately 5.4 billion rubles ($230 million U.S.) through a tax refund fraud scheme. To hide the fraud, the feds allege that money was funneled through an elaborate series of transfers.

What's the U.S. connection? The money laundering allegedly included the purchase of Manhattan real estate with funds from the fraud. What was the high end real estate and which luxury condos were involved in the laundering?

We will never know, because Sessions settled the case two days before it went to trial.
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I have to commend you on your superior fake news. While most of the story is documented fact concerning the case itself, you attempt to imply that Preet was a DOJ attorney. This was a Southern District of NY case, not a DOJ case.

Preetinder Singh "Preet" Bharara is aasn American lawyer who served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York from 2009 to 2017.

So that is one direct lie right there. Then you end the whole post with a "what if" type of sentence straight out of Ancient Aliens. Do you realize how many millions of people own property in Manhattan?

Cases always settle just before trial if the parties can agree to settlement terms. There is nothing amiss about that eventuality. Seems that the prosecution was able to procure treble damages, so it was a win for the prosecution.

Can you provide evidence that Sessions personally intervened in this case? Beyond a letter from some dimbulbs Dems?
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Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
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Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69305622


And this, also from March, when Trump fired Preet Bharara:

This week, Nikolai Gorokhov, the lawyer representing Magnitsky's family, is recovering from serious injuries after falling out of a window in his Moscow apartment building. Gorokhov fell just one day before he was scheduled to appear in a Moscow court.

Gorokhov is a key witness for the United States government in a related money laundering suit against Prevezon Holdings. In that suit, filed in 2013 by former Department of Justice attorney Preet Bharara, the feds allege that a Russian criminal organization "including corrupt Russian officials" defrauded Russian taxpayers out of approximately 5.4 billion rubles ($230 million U.S.) through a tax refund fraud scheme. To hide the fraud, the feds allege that money was funneled through an elaborate series of transfers.

What's the U.S. connection? The money laundering allegedly included the purchase of Manhattan real estate with funds from the fraud. What was the high end real estate and which luxury condos were involved in the laundering?

We will never know, because Sessions settled the case two days before it went to trial.
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I have to commend you on your superior fake news. While most of the story is documented fact concerning the case itself, you attempt to imply that Preet was a DOJ attorney. This was a Southern District of NY case, not a DOJ case.

Preetinder Singh "Preet" Bharara is aasn American lawyer who served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York from 2009 to 2017.

So that is one direct lie right there. Then you end the whole post with a "what if" type of sentence straight out of Ancient Aliens. Do you realize how many millions of people own property in Manhattan?

Cases always settle just before trial if the parties can agree to settlement terms. There is nothing amiss about that eventuality. Seems that the prosecution was able to procure treble damages, so it was a win for the prosecution.

Can you provide evidence that Sessions personally intervened in this case? Beyond a letter from some dimbulbs Dems?
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"we will never know" quite dramatic. Go look up the case and read it.
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This is trumps russia connections. But they did not get him elected but he is helping some hide dirty deals.
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This is trumps russia connections. But they did not get him elected but he is helping some hide dirty deals.
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The WH is leaking like a seive. She did more oppo research on him than anyone, she probably knows the exact size of every appendage.....if she had damaging information like this she'd have let it rip. Heck the anti trumpers did oppo research too, they'd have let it rip.

In fact this is a man with so few government or politically connected supporters that they'd all have gotten together and sent it out. If what you are saying is true, why didn't they? They could have prevented his candidacy and presidency altogether.

Makes no sense.
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Read the letter from Congress to Sessions.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was onto Prevezon Holdings and their money laundering activities via high end real estate in New York.

Then Trump fired Bharara in March 2017.

Two months later, Sessions settled the case with Prevezon just two days before it was to go to court. Veselnitskaya was their lawyer. You can bet that one reason is that neither Sessions nor Trump wanted sworn testimony to be heard in court.

Listen, this whole thing is not about collusion. It is about Russian money laundering on a big scale that went on for years.

Remember: RICO indictments. Not soon, but coming. Bigly.
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...just wait for the tax returns to be release!

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Did you take too much Ritalin tonight? Does your mom know you're on the computer?

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Sorry about that

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I was under the impression that most high profile cases are settled before going to trial.

Fuck I guess I'm a dumb ass.
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Did you take too much Ritalin tonight? Does your mom know you're on the computer?

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In criminal cases discovery occurs at the onset.

All further discovery has to be disclosed as well as W and E lists filed and additionally all depositions concluded and transcripts thereof must be provided and/or filed 45 days before trial.

Treble damages could not be awarded without knowing the specific property and value. It must have been crappy to be just over a million in Manhattan.





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