Anyone who has been charged by Müller in the Russia probe?

nearvideo Paul Manafort rates to 47 months in prison

Special Counsel Robert Müller put his long-awaited report on Friday on the investigation of the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential race, and possible collusion with the trump staff. The report was given to attorney General Bill Barr, and although the content of the report has not yet been revealed, a senior DOJ official told Fox News, to suggest that Müller additional charges.

The report’s release came on the heels of two separate sentencings in this month, President Trump’s former campaign Chairman Paul Manafort, will serve nearly seven years in prison. On March 13, a Federal judge 69 condemned Manafort, sentenced to three and a half years in prison. Less than a week earlier, on 7. March, Manafort was sentenced to 47 months in prison on probation, eight bank-and tax-fraud charges last August.

Dozens of people were accused or convicted of, or entered, by the confession as part of the investigation, which began in may of 2017. Several former trump campaign associates – Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, Richard Gates, Roger stone, and George Papadopoulos – the head s skin over Müller’s team, while at least 25 of the Russian officials.

Here’s a closer look at those, the cost of the entire Mueller probe.

Roger Stone– Video

Roger stone, a longtime political adviser to trump, was indicted on charges of obstruction, false statements and witnesses, the Manipulation of Müller ‘ s office.

Stone, 66, was arrested in Florida on Jan. 25, a spokesman for Miller’s office confirmed. For months, stone had warned, he could be accused of, to say publicly that he believed Muller to examine was, whether he was aware of WikiLeaks free hacked E-Mails from the Democrats during the 2016 campaign. Stone has always denied to do so.

To impede the prosecution claimed stone worked to deny the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the Russian interference in the election in 2016 on the basis of false information to the Committee, he had been looking for records by the Committee and a witness to convince of a false statement.

Michael Flynn– Video

Michael Flynn, who served as a trump card in national security adviser for less than a month before his departure, pleaded guilty in December 2017, to making false statements to the FBI.

Flynn lied, allegedly, about his talks with Russia’s Ambassador in Washington. By the end of 2016, while the former President Barack Obama was still in office, the two sanctions against Russia, supposedly on the US.

This raised concerns that Flynn, a retired army Lieutenant General, in the mistaken Trump officials brought about his talks with Russian officials.

Paul Manafort

Paul Manafort authorities in October.
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The special counsel filed a 32-count indictment in the Feb. 22, 2018, against the former-trump-campaign-Chairman Paul Manafort and Adjutant Rick Gates, accused of fraud by the pair of tax evasion and bank.

The indictment accused Manafort and goals of the healing documents to inflate in order to receive the income of the company and then use those fraudulent documents, loans. It is also accused of Manafort tax evasion from 2010 to 2014, and in a few years, betrayed his foreign Bank accounts.

Manafort has. even in the Federal authorities in the autumn of 2018 The 69-year-old served as a trump-campaign-manager for a couple of months in the year 2016. Gates, Manafort’s business partners, also found in the time.

June 15, 2018, Manafort, was arrested after a Federal judge overturned his $10 million Deposit on the basis of a new witness tampering, accusations of Müller.

Manafort was found guilty of eight economic crime on Aug. 21, 2018, in the first hearing of the victory of the special counsel investigation of the President’s staff. He later confessed guilty in a second case, and the cooperation with Müller agreed to ‘ s team.

On 7. In March, he was sentenced to 47 months in prison. He was credited with 9 months he had already spent in prison, he will have to serve 38 months or a little more than 3 years.

Days later, on 13. In March, a Federal judge sentenced Manafort, a further three and a half years in prison. The sentence is received on the top of the about four years in prison Manafort last week in a separate criminal case in Virginia.

In addition, Manafort, was indicted in New York on state charges. March 13. The indictment-which was as a strategy for the prevention of a possible presidential pardon-unsealed in Manhattan, and Manafort fraud raises the implementation of a one-year residential mortgage that netted millions of dollars.

Richard Gates

Richard Gates pleaded points of not guilty to all charges.
(The Associated Press)

Richard Gates was named in addition to Manafort in accusations by the special counsel. He is accused of 11 counts about filing false tax returns and three counts of reports of failure of foreign bank and financial accounts.

Gates pleaded guilty in February 2018, the Federal conspiracy and false statements charges.

A severance of criminal charges, says Gates was charged with conspiracy against the United States between 2006 and 2017.

George Papadopoulos

George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to the charges against him.
(Alexandria Sheriff’s Office)

A former foreign policy adviser of the Trump presidential campaign, George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty, in the year 2017, to making false statements to the FBI in regard to “the timing, the extent and the nature of its relationships and interactions with certain foreign nationals, which, he understood, close connections with high-ranking Russian government representatives,” according to court documents.

He also allegedly tried to meet between Russian and Trump’s campaign officials on different occasions.

Papadopoulos was sentenced in September 2018 to 14 days in prison, 13 months of release, 200 supervised hours of community service and a $9,500 fine for lying to the FBI when the Russian probe.

“My whole life has been turned upside down, I hope to have a second chance to redeem myself,” he said at his sentencing.

Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen was in prison sentenced to three years on Dec. 12.
(AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

Formerly Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple charges, from two separate investigations – one by Federal prosecutors in New York, and the other of Müller.

Cohen pleaded guilty to tax evasion, campaign Finance violations and lying to Congress about a Trump, a real estate project in Moscow. He was convicted in the Dec. 12, 2018.

Alex van der Zwaan

Lawyer Alex van der Zwaan, pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about his interactions with the Gates.
(Reuters/Yuri Gripas)

Müller’s team calculated the Dutch lawyer, Alex van der Zwaan for lying to Federal investigators in the Russia probe in the Federal court in February 2018. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 days in jail and given a $ 20,000 fine in April.

Van der Zwaan, was released from prison in June and turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

According to the charging documents, a law firm hired by Ukraine, the Ministry of justice in 2012, van der Zwaan busy. He had to lie about his interactions with goals.

The indictment against van der Zwaan with the election-meddling, or of the trump-campaign-operations. It comes from the special counsel’s investigation in an undercover Washington lobbying campaign Manafort and Gates is accused of directing on behalf of pro-Russian Ukrainian interests.

Richard Pinedo

Richard Pinedo, a California man who pleaded sells the bank accounts of the Russians interfering in the elections, to be guilty, in February 2018, with stolen identities of the accounts set up. He was convicted, sentenced in October to six months in prison, six months home confinement and two years of the release taken care of.

The US government has not said Pinedo knew that he with the Russians, when he sold the accounts. Since his arrest, Pinedo has provided investigators with “substantial assistance,” the said in identity theft probes, prosecutors,.

During his sentencing, Pinedo, the judge said he took “full responsibility” and understood that “there must be consequences” for his actions. Federal sentencing guidelines called, the recommend for Pinedo, serve between 12 and 18 months behind bars, but prosecutors have to a particular sentence, noting his cooperation with officials.

13 Russian citizens

A grand jury indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies in February 2018, for the alleged interference in the election of 2016. In the case, Mueller detailed an elaborate plot to wage “information warfare” on the US

In the indictment, the first to be brought against Russian nationals was, in Müller’s study.

But the justice Department said the indictment claim that the intervention altered the outcome of the election.

“There is no allegation in this indictment that any American who had a knowledge of the participants in this illegal activity,” said Deputy attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the special counsel probe is monitored.

12 Russian Secret Service Officers

The Ministry of justice in July 2018, it was announced that 12 Russian secret service were indicted officers for allegedly hacking the Democratic National Committee, the democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign during the election in 2016.

All 12 members of the GRU, the Russian intelligence service.

Fox News’ Ann Schmidt, Adam Shaw, Samuel Chamberlain, Jake Gibson, Alex Pappas, Brooke Singman, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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