Just In: Mueller Case Could Be Voided

President Donald Trump and Americans in general were rather disappointed after the nomination of Robert Mueller. The Special Counsel took the lead in the Russia probe, and for all of us this was the biggest mistake. Mueller is a close friend of former FBI Director James Comey, and this compromised his new position.

Everything points to the fact that Robert Mueller acquired evidence against Paul Manafort, but it’s more than clear that he did it illegally. Yes, you read that right. Sources confirm that some of the items in the search warrant were out of bounds. If any of this turns out to be true, Mueller’s investigation of Paul Manafort could end up voided. This will be categorized as a violation of his Constitutional Rights.

Something strange happened when former Trump campaign adviser Paul Manafort turned himself after being indicted. He was connected with a money laundering case, and a bunch of other financial crimes. Federals claim he funneled millions of dollars into an offshore bank. They allege he did this illegally. According to feds, Manafort did this to avoid detection by America authorities. The former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych is part of the whole case, too.

The indictment of Manafort’s criminal activities is well-documented, but there is one simple thing to destroy Mueller’s probe.

Mueller’s prosecutors could have obtained the evidence from Manafort’s home, but none of that was covered with the search warrant, and this is where all the problems appeared.

The surprise raid that took place on July 26th, FBI agents broke into Manafort’s Alexandria home. They had the only goal to gather documents that could associate Manafort with Russia. This could cause an array of issues, and we’ll just wait to see what happens next.

What do you think about this? How will Mueller respond to this?