Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Federal Bureau of Investigation asked to probe 'false claims' against Robert Mueller

Federal Bureau of Investigation asked to probe 'false claims' against Robert Mueller

The reporters then contacted the special counsel's office to report that they had been approached about the scheme. On Thursday, November 1, at the Rosslyn Holiday Inn at noon, we will reveal the first of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's sex assault victims.

The news comes just as conservative commentator Jack Burkman claims to have information about a number of women who were sexually assaulted by Mueller.

The email, which was screen-grabbed and posted on social media by several journalists, states someone named Bill Christensen recently called the woman and asked questions about Mueller, whom she said she worked for as a paralegal at the San Francisco offices of law firm Pillsbury, Winthrop, Shaw & Pittman in 1974.

Frick asked Taub for her "beginning rate" to talk about any encounters with Mueller and offered to pay her "for any references that you may have".

The Special Counsel was appointed to investigate Russia's attempts to influence the election that made Donald Trump President.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

The plot first came to light through one of the emails referred to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, sent to journalists on October 17 by a woman named Lorraine Parsons who said that a man had contacted her with questions about Mueller because she had worked as a paralegal with him at a law firm in 1974.

Christensen, speaking in a British accent, told the unidentified woman he represented Burkman, a GOP lobbyist infamous for perpetuating a debunked conspiracy theory claiming Hillary Clinton was responsible for the 2016 death of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.

Is Bar Refaeli working from the Tel Aviv office of the 11-50 person Surefire Intelligence agency which says it specializes in cyber and investigations relating to litigation and reputations so that she can help take down Robert Mueller's reputation?

According to media reports, Surefire is a straw company for US-based Trump activist Jacob Wohl who tweeted on Monday that big allegations against Mueller were on their way. This salacious rumor was short-lived: Within hours, numerous journalists were able to connect a false sexual-misconduct tip they'd received about Mueller to Wohl and his associates.

Wohl is now claiming his role as "founder" of Surefire Intelligence, which had become the subject of mockery after journalists discovered that the LinkedIn profiles of a number of individuals claiming to be firm employees had profile photos poached from models, actors and stock photo images.

Wohl denied his involvement to the Daily Beast, and wrote in a Tweet that the claim that he is involved with making payments to women fake allegations against Mueller is "a fake news con job".

Taub said because she's a real person and "this is an email I got", that gave "credibility to scam".

Wohl told Gateway Pundit that he first heard the purported accuser's story when Surefire Intelligence was hired by the accuser to track "down some assets that were misappropriated by her accountant".

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