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Federal judge just denied a request from Natasha Veselnitskya to enter the US

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A federal judge in New York has denied a request by the Russian-owned real-estate firm Prevezon to grant temporary immigration parole to its lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, according to a court document filed late Friday afternoon.

Prevezon has still not paid the $5.9 million it owes the US government as part of a civil forfeiture settlement the parties reached in May. Prosecutors now want to re-open the case in New York, and Prevezon wants Veselnitskaya there for the proceedings.

But Judge William H. Pauley III ruled on Friday that "in-person meetings with counsel... do not justify the exercise of its immigration parole authority."

"Prevezon offers very little, if anything, to justify its request," Pauley wrote.

The Prevezon case was set to go to trial in New York in May but was suddenly settled for $5.9 million three days before the first court date.

http://www.businessinsider.com/federal-judge-denies-request-for-veselnitskaya-to-enter-the-us-2017-11

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Eighth person at Trump Jr meeting was accused of money laundering

Irakly ‘Ike’ Kaveladze, once accused of laundering more than $1.4bn, was a participant in the notorious get-together at Trump Tower in June 2016

https://amp.theguardian.com/world/2017/jul/18/trump-jr-russia-meeting-irakly-ike-kaveladze

 


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21 minutes ago, Il Mango Dulce said:

Eighth person at Trump Jr meeting was accused of money laundering

Irakly ‘Ike’ Kaveladze, once accused of laundering more than $1.4bn, was a participant in the notorious get-together at Trump Tower in June 2016

https://amp.theguardian.com/world/2017/jul/18/trump-jr-russia-meeting-irakly-ike-kaveladze

 

You don't say.

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A Russian lawyer who met with President Donald Trump’s oldest son last year says he indicated that a law targeting Russia could be re-examined if his father won the election and asked her for written evidence that illegal proceeds went to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

 

The lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, said in a two-and-a-half-hour interview in Moscow that she would tell these and other things to the Senate Judiciary Committee on condition that her answers be made public, something it hasn’t agreed to. She has received scores of questions from the committee, which is investigating possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign. Veselnitskaya said she’s also ready -- if asked -- to testify to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

 
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Natalia Veselnitskaya

Photographer: Yury Martyanov/AFP via Getty Images

Her June 9, 2016 encounter with Donald Trump Jr., President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and then campaign manager Paul Manafort in New York plays a key role in allegations that the campaign worked with Russia to defeat Clinton.

 

Veselnitskaya said she went to New York to show Trump campaign officials that major Democratic donors had evaded U.S. taxes and to lobby against the so-called Magnitsky law that punishes Russian officials for the murder of a Russian tax accountant who accused the Kremlin of corruption.

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2 hours ago, Jacque67 said:

A Russian lawyer who met with President Donald Trump’s oldest son last year says he indicated that a law targeting Russia could be re-examined if his father won the election and asked her for written evidence that illegal proceeds went to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

 

i'm not seeing the issue here.  he does not hold office.  could does not mean would, nor does he have the direct means to do so.  bottom line, not seeing a smoking gun here.

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3 hours ago, Jacque67 said:

A Russian lawyer who met with President Donald Trump’s oldest son last year says he indicated that a law targeting Russia could be re-examined if his father won the election and asked her for written evidence that illegal proceeds went to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

 

The lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, said in a two-and-a-half-hour interview in Moscow that she would tell these and other things to the Senate Judiciary Committee on condition that her answers be made public, something it hasn’t agreed to. She has received scores of questions from the committee, which is investigating possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign. Veselnitskaya said she’s also ready -- if asked -- to testify to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

 
400x-1.jpg

Natalia Veselnitskaya

Photographer: Yury Martyanov/AFP via Getty Images

Her June 9, 2016 encounter with Donald Trump Jr., President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and then campaign manager Paul Manafort in New York plays a key role in allegations that the campaign worked with Russia to defeat Clinton.

 

Veselnitskaya said she went to New York to show Trump campaign officials that major Democratic donors had evaded U.S. taxes and to lobby against the so-called Magnitsky law that punishes Russian officials for the murder of a Russian tax accountant who accused the Kremlin of corruption.

 

 

She should stay well away from windows, especially those in bathrooms...

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