Russian Lawyer Who Took Part In Trump Tower Meeting Faces U.S. Charges
Tuesday, 8 January 2019 Bloomberg News reports the Russian lawyer who met with campaign officials working for President Donald Trump in June 2016 has been charged with obstructing an investigation into money laundering, according to New York prosecutors. Prosecutors allege Natalia Veselnitskaya submitted an intentionally misleading declaration in a U.S. lawsuit involving money laundering by Prevezon Holdings Ltd., a company she represented. Veselnitskaya, the report said, presented results of a supposed independent investigation by the Russian government which exonerated her clients. Bloomberg reported she said she went “to great lengths” to get a copy of the report as well as having to get a Russian court order to...
The U.S. Attorney's office in Manhattan says the Russian lawyer who attended a 2016 Trump Tower meeting is facing an obstruction of justice charge in a money laundering case unrelated to the U.S. special counsel's Russia probe. Nathan Frandino reports.
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