A top prosecutor in the Mueller investigation, Andrew Weissmann, is leaving the special counsel’s office and the Department of Justice.
ANDREW WEISSMANN: He took lead in the Manafort case, who faces 7 years.Worked on the investigation of Russia interference in the 2016 presidential election. He is reportedly leaving the DOJ and Mueller’s office. He will go on to teach at New York University and work on public service projects.
DAVID ARCHEY: A top FBI agent also left earlier in the month to start a new job in Virginia. Three other prosectors have left before Archey and now Weissmann.
ANDREW WEISSMANN: Weissmann is expected to work on improving forensic science standards used in courts to reduce wrongful convictions.
CONCLUSION: The departures of the special counsel prosecutors could be a sign of Mueller and his team are nearing then end of their work. Coincidentally, Weissmann will go on to work on systems so people would not be wrongfully convicted even though nothing eve came up with Trump and Russia colluding.
Let us know what you think in the comments! Please share this report to social media.