[Ed. – The 302s show that Pdop actually offered and gave specific assistance to the FBI for locating and questioning Joseph Mifsud. Whatever he may have misstated, the FBI itself documented Pdop being forthcoming with valid information. None of it was included in the prosecution’s sentencing recommendation. The article doesn’t address whether it was provided as exculpatory material to the defense or the court.]
Newly declassified FBI memos directly conflict with court filings that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team made in asking a federal judge to send former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos to prison, further calling into question the government’s conduct in investigating the now-debunked “Russia collusion” narrative.
The memos, released under federal Freedom of Information laws, are likely to focus renewed attention on former Mueller prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky, who played a key role in prosecuting Papadopoulos before working on the case of longtime GOP operative and Trump confidant Roger Stone. …
FBI 302 reports detailing agents’ interviews with Papadopoulos show that he had in fact supplied information that would have enabled investigators to challenge or potentially detain or arrest Mifsud while he was in the United States.