- The special counsel Robert Mueller’s office on Tuesday filed a motion to scale back evidence-sharing in its case against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities charged in the Russia investigation.
- Mueller cited the risk of revealing the identities of “uncharged co-conspirators” to Russian intelligence.
- The motion confirms that Mueller’s February indictment against the Russians was far from an exhaustive list of those suspected of involvement in influence operations in the US.
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- Trump continues calls for Russia to be readmitted to the G7 despite pushback from allies
- Mueller just hit Paul Manafort and a Russian intelligence operative with a new indictment
- Paul Manafort appears to be running out of ways to combat a key charge in the Mueller probe