Sealed response submitted in secret Supreme Court case over unnamed company fighting subpoena


The federal government filed a sealed response Friday to an unnamed foreign company’s fight to get the Supreme Court to weigh in on a mysterious grand jury subpoena rumored to be connected to Special ‘

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The federal government filed a sealed response Friday to an unnamed foreign company’s fight to get the Supreme Court to weigh in on a mysterious grand jury subpoena rumored to be connected to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

Details of the clash between the company and prosecutors remained unclear, but’Politico reported it may involve Mueller’s team due to its secrecy.

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The Trump Lawyers’ Confidential Memo to Mueller, Explained

This letter will address the recent request by your office for an interview with the President and our discussions with you concerning the same on November 21, 2017, and January 8, 2018.

In our conversation of January 8, your office identified the following topics as areas you desired to address with the President in order to complete your investigation on the subjects of alleged collusion and obstruction of justice:

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It is our understanding that the reason behind the request for the interview is to allow the Special Counsel’s office to complete its report. After reviewing the list of topics you presented, it is abundantly clear to the undersigned that all of the answers to your inquiries are contained in the exhibits and testimony that have already been voluntarily provided to you by the White House and witnesses, all of which clearly show that there was no collusion with Russia, and that no FBI investigation was or even could have been obstructed.

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  • Date: 2018-06-02T18:25:35.000Z
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AG Josh Shapiro asks Pope Francis for help in Pa. clergy sex abuse case

HARRISBURG’ Amid a still-boiling legal battle over a secret grand jury report into alleged Catholic clergy sex abuse across Pennsylvania,’Attorney General Josh Shapiro has appealed to Pope Francis to step in and persuade opponents to drop their bid to block the report’s release.

The attorney general’s letter did not elaborate on the reports or indicate which “leaders” are behind the efforts to suppress the document’Shapiro says chronicles'”widespread sexual abuse of children and a systemic cover-up by leaders”‘in six Catholic dioceses in the state.’His spokesperson, Joe Grace, declined to provide additional detail, saying the letter, sent Wednesday, “speaks for itself.”

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