DOJ Files To Drop Charges Against Russian ‘Bot Farms’ That Fought Mueller Indictment

Less than a year after a US District court judge dealt a blow to the “Russian active measures” talking point when she ruled that Robert Mueller failed to link them to the Kremlin, the Justice Department has moved to drop all charges against the shell companies accused of interfering in the 2016 US election.

Mueller charged the companies, Concord Management and Concord Consulting in 2018 – along with 13 Russians and another company, the Internet Research Agency – in what prosecutors claimed was a sophisticated scheme to “knowingly and intentionally”  divide America through disinformation and election interference.

To Mueller’s surprise, Concord actually showed up to a Washington courtroom to fight the charges – which Mueller’s team tried to delay by claiming that Concord never served in the case,…

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