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A former aide to political consultant Roger Stone agreed to appear before a grand jury that was previously attached to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
The aide, Andrew Miller, appeared to have given up on the year-long resistance to a grand jury subpoena on Wednesday – the same day Mueller made public remarks regarding his probe.
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During Mueller’s podium statement at the Department of Justice Wednesday, he announced he was resigning from the DOJ and said the probe had reached its conclusions and he would not be taking any questions on the content of the report.
President Donald Trump declared ‘the case is closed’ after Mueller’s remarks.
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In recent days, Miller had to decide whether to testify before the Mueller-linked grand jury or take the battle against cooperating to the Supreme Court, where he could risk being sent to D.C. jail for contempt of court.
“We decided to come to the grand jury on Friday,” Miller’s attorney Paul Kamenar, of the National Legal Policy Center, said. “I don’t know what they want him to testify about.”
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Kamenar, who is a conservative attorney, is working pro bono on Miller’s case.
Miller has given into the subpoena to testify even though Mueller’s investigation wrapped up in March.
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The attorney said he received an email earlier this week from an attorney that was formerly working on Mueller’s team, Aaron Zelinsky, who now works for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C.
According to Politico, Kamenar said the letter indicated prosecutors wanted Miller to testify about his dealings...
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