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GUESS WHO EXONERATED PAUL MANAFORT OF THE CHARGES HE’S FACING NOW 8 YEARS AGO

Did you know that eight years ago Paul Manafort was exonerated by federal investigators who looked into his financial and tax affairs?

Most people had no idea… and somehow the press got away with hiding this “minor” detail for over nine months.

A witness even leaked a few months back that he had heard that Manafort had been exonerated years ago in a Fox News segment. But who was the eager young attorney responsible for the investigation of Paul Manafort?

The identity seemed to be a secret to most. 

Well if you give up, his name is Rod Rosenstein.

It’s peculiar how Rosenstein would get a call from Manafort’s lawyers and asked what the changes had been in the last 8 years.

However, the key proponent from the testimony is that Rosenstein would need immediate rescuing from himself for the Mueller probe. Everyone knows you can’t be in two shoes at one time, both the prosecutor and witness for the defense.

And to make things more interesting, on day two of Manafort’s trial the prosecutors explained to Judge TS Ellis that they would not use Rick Gates as a star witness. You could imagine how heartbreaking this news could be considering Gates has been charged as the culprit to take down Manafort. 

Reported by steadfastandloyal:

Manafort’s lawyers have claimed that Gates was the mastermind of the illegal acts. He was their number one piece of evidence against Manafort. The only reason you would not call him is that you don’t want him cross-examined. Something is rotten in Denmark.

Here’s the Transcript via Bizzy Blog:

ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Here’s Manafort’s defense: I was investigated for all this by the government eight years ago, and I was exonerated. And I’m going to put on the stand as my first witness the young lawyer who exonerated me.

You know who that young lawyer is? Rod Rosenstein.

STEVE DOOCY: What?

NAPOLITANO: Yes! So this is going to be quite a show if they succeed in getting Rosenstein, who now runs the Justice Department —

DOOCY: So why was I innocent then and guilty now?

NAPOLITANO: There you go.



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