... and remains at large.
Prosecutors said that Branson sat in Russian television in October of last year with
, who was convicted in 2018 of acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government in a case developed by then-Special Counsel RobertMueller.
According to the court filing, Branson told
she left the U.S. after the FBI interview because she thought it was very high that she would be arrested if she stayed.
Court documents show that
tried to ingratiate herself with the ...
... was in power. In July 2018, 53% said that
was not tough enough, 5% too tough and 35% about right.
The Russian election interference in
's favor and his links with Moscow was the subject of an investigation in which the special counsel, RobertMueller, said he could not say
did not seek to obstruct justice.
In July 2018,
held a meeting behind closed doors and without close aides at a summit in Helsinki. What was discussed is not known.
was arrested for ...
... march that preceded the attack. Stone denied he was in the
on January 6.
Stone was sentenced to more than three years in prison in February 2020 for making false statements, obstruction and witness tampering as part of former special counsel RobertMueller's Russia investigation. Trump initially commuted his sentence before giving him a full pardon.
... remains on the entity list and why this administration designated it under E.O. Podesta was hired by
over the summer to assist the company with telecommunications and trade issues, after leaving lobbying for the art world after Special Counsel
during the Trump administration.
did not respond to the FOX Business request for comment on the public disclosure forms.
... was extradited from
to the U.S. on December 18 for wire fraud, securities fraud and unauthorized access to computers, along with five other
nationals, including Ivan Ermakov, who was also charged in 2018 by U.S. Special Counsel
's investigation into the 2016 hack.
The charging documents say Klyushin and his associates stole nonpublic information from the computer networks of two vendors used by public companies to make quarterly and annual filings to the SEC, and then ...
... Stone came after courtroom battles fought by the two Trump allies in the past.
Stone was sentenced in February 2020 to more than three years in prison for making false statements, obstruction and witness tampering as part of former special counsel
investigation. Trump offered him a full pardon shortly before he left office, but he initially commuted his sentence.
Jones was found liable for damages brought by parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook shooting.
... with making a false statement to the FBI. As a result of concerns with the Bureau in 2016, Sussmann failed to disclose during the meeting that he was working for multiple clients, including
's presidential campaign.
"s report found the
government did try to interfere in the 2016 election for Trump"s benefit and that Trump"s campaign had numerous undisclosed contacts with
, but much of the information in the dossier compiled ...
... private database used by police to track down old criminal warrants and by credit card companies for collection of outstanding debts.
, two far-right agents know for manipulating political stunts like trying to smear Special Counsel
, director of
the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
with false allegations of sexual misconduct, are known at all times for partisan reasons. They also faced civil charges in
and civil accusations ...