FBI Looking into Apparent Effort to Smear Special Counsel Mueller

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As part of the ploy, Wohl is accused of creating a completely bogus company, "Surefire Intelligence", to pose as a private investigative agency to frame Mueller.

Who was approached to make a claim?

The Hill Reporter tried to investigate her claim, but she gave either a fake name or a fake home town, and after a reporter tried calling her he got a text message that said, "You're in over your head...."

The Atlantic followed up on Stedman's reporting later Tuesday, detailing another instance in which someone who worked for Surefire Intelligence, named Simon Frick, contacted the Vermont Law School professor Jennifer Taub and asked her how much money she would want in exchange for discussing her "past encounters" with Mueller.

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Within minutes of Carr's statement, Burkman posted a video on Facebook announcing he plans to host a press conference in Arlington, Va., on Thursday focused on "the first of the sex assault victims of Robert Mueller".

As for Surefire Intelligence, it also appeared to be highly dubious. Reverse image searches on the LinkedIn photos of individuals listed as firm employees revealed the photos had been poached from those of actors, models and stock photo images.

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.

Speaking to Fast Company, Burkman says the allegations are "nonsense" and said that neither he nor anyone on his staff has spoken to the woman in question. There are also very serious allegations against Jacob Wohl.

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The Gateway Pundit posted documents earlier Tuesday that purported to contain allegations against Mueller.

However, he noted that the parties and judges all moved quickly; the appeals court responded with "remarkable speed" and even though there was an "unspecified procedural flaw", the matter was resolved in less than a week, when in other cases such a flaw would have taken weeks or months to resolve. He reportedly bankrolled an investigation into the death of a Democratic National Committee aide who was the subject of a conspiracy theory related to one thread in the Russian Federation investigation - a theory since debunked and retracted by some of its supporters. Wohl told The Daily Beast that Burkman had hired Surefire to assist with his investigation into Mueller's past, but denied knowing anything about the firm's involvement in an alleged plot to fabricate allegations against Mueller when asked why his email address appeared in the domain records.

The email offered money for information.

Mr Burkman has been critical of the Mueller probe and sought to raise funds for Rick Gates and Michael Flynn, two former Trump aides who pleaded guilty to charges brought against them by Mueller's team. Burkman's program is also carried by Newsmax TV, which is owned by Trump confidant Chris Ruddy.

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