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Another top Prosecutor has left special counsel Robert Mueller, the team, marking the second high-profile exit announcement this month, and the increase in speculation that the probe will soon be wrapped up.
Zainab Ahmad, a U.S. attorney in the Eastern district of New York, worked intensively in the field of counter-terrorism cases, was one of the prosecutors was signed by the former national security Advisor, Michael Flynn ‘ s guilty for lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials.
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But the special counsel’s office, said on Monday that Ahmad is finished with their work on the investigation about an alleged collaboration between the trump campaign, and Russia.
“Zainab Ahmad has completed her detail with the Special Counsel’ s Office, but will continue to represent the office on certain outstanding matters, which have been assigned to your detail,” Peter Carr said in a statement, first reported by Yahoo! News.
Your name came up in the last year, the Ministry of justice official Bruce ear closed-doors interview as part of the Republican-led house oversight and judiciary Committee probes.
Ear said the legislator, he shared details about his encounters with the former British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the salacious anti-Trump dossier, with a number of his extensive circle of contacts in the Department and other officials, including Ahmad.
The Prosecutor’s departure came a week after it was confirmed that the Deputy special Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann is in the planning to leave, the Miller ‘ s team “in the near future” and expects that the work at the New York University School of Law.
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In addition to Ahmad and Weissmann, the FBI also announced earlier this month that David Archey, senior legal special agent of the special counsel’s team, reported to his new job at the 4. March.
The departures are likely to fuel speculation that Russia is approaching the investigation to its end, after years of legal battles, the Trump netted sets against President ‘ s associates.
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However, both the Ministry of justice and the Müller-team are tight-lipped, when the report on the alleged collusion could see the light. The report of the special counsel must be subject to that, the DOJ took the magnifying glass and it will be up to trump state attorney General William Barr, to determine how much information Congress will see appointed
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge, Cyd Upson, Brooke Singman, and Louis contributed Casiano to this report.