Hmm: Lengthy court battle between Mueller prosecution and mystery witness

Hmm: Lengthy court battle between Mueller prosecution and mystery witness
Robert Mueller (Image: YouTube screen grab via Georgetown University)

[Ed. – Observers think it’s a grand jury witness who’s fighting a subpoena.  The interesting thing is that nothing has leaked on who it is.  That means it isn’t advantageous to the anti-Trump folks for us to know who it is, or for the media to have the opportunity to spin it.  Everything that fits those criteria does get leaked.]

A case has been bouncing between the Washington, D.C. District Court and Circuit Court of Appeals at a breakneck pace since it was first filed in August. Pretty much everything about it has been under seal, though, so there’s no certainty on the issues involved. Whatever they may be, and whomever the person is, the court will address them in two weeks. The D.C. Circuit announced Friday that they will be hearing oral arguments in the case on December 14, in a closed session. …

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?

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