Mueller’s Greatest Hits: https://www.american...jury_traps.html
As Alan Dershowitz said: [“Mueller’s] the guy who kept four innocent people in prison for many years in order to protect the cover of Whitey Bulger as an FBI informer. Those of us in Boston don't have such a high regard for Mueller because we remember this story. The government had to pay out tens of millions of dollars because Whitey Bulger, a notorious mass murderer, became a government informer against the mafia.”
Steven J. Hatfill
He was the man Mueller and trusted James Comey! tried in vain to blame for the Anthrax letters sent to public officials in 2001. The letters containing powdered anthrax killed five people and hospitalized 17 others. Despite the lack of evidence, for years Mueller hounded Hatfill, who was a virologist at the Army’s Fort Detrick, Maryland laboratories. Hatfill sued and won almost $6 million from the government for Mueller’s abuse of power,
“Scooter” Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, was accused of outing CIA analyst Valerie Plame -- the eventual charge was perjury. Forget that the entire world knew she worked for the CIA and she wasn’t an agent and therefore never in danger and that Libby was innocent.
It turns out, they knew all along that Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage was the leaker.
In the runup to his 2008 reelection campaign, Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska was investigated by Director Mueller’s FBI on bogus suspicions of him misreporting money spent on renovations to his home. Less than 100 days before the 2008 election, the Justice Department indicted Stevens and he lost the election by less than 2%.
Judge Emmet G. Sullivan found that the prosecution was “permeated by the systemic concealment of significant exculpatory evidence, which would have independently corroborated Senator Stevens’s defense and his testimony, and seriously damaged the testimony and credibility of the government’s key witness.”
Judge Sullivan also said: “In nearly 25 years on the bench, I've never seen anything approaching the mishandling and misconduct that I've seen in this case.”