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WinCHM PRO v3 · » Winton Corp. EMC.Get crack, 64-bit crack. AVS DVD Authoring v1.3.4.56 + Crack{H33T}{Easypath} – Torrent.Image copyright Getty Images Image caption George Nader is key witness in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of potential links between the Trump campaign and Russia A former colleague of prominent Trump associate George Nader has been granted immunity in a new case being handled by special counsel Robert Mueller. The documents give a little detail about the witness. Court papers in this case, involving Russian restaurateur Oleg Deripaska, say he has “accounts of many relevant meetings”. Mr Deripaska has said he does not expect to testify in court. He has denied any wrongdoing. Mr Deripaska’s lawyers have released a letter they wrote to Mr Mueller last year warning of his reputation. The court filings do not identify the witness, but Mr Deripaska said in another court filing on Monday that he was his former “business partner and friend”. The papers do not name the witness but describe him as “a person with whom Mr Deripaska conducts transactions”. The documents say he has “accounts of many relevant meetings and documents related to the Deripaska Business Corporation (DBC) and other companies of which Mr Deripaska was the sole shareholder”. The “deripaska” case was first referred to Mr Mueller’s investigation in July 2017 by the US Attorney’s office in New York. DBC says it is a trade company in Ukraine which owns a number of restaurants, and was co-founded in 1997 by Mr Deripaska and Mr Nader. Mr Nader has been key witness in the investigation of links between President Trump’s election campaign and Russia. He appears to have met Donald Trump Jr and other members of the Trump campaign in June 2016. He has been interviewed by the FBI and the Senate intelligence committee. Mr Deripaska last year hired a Washington, DC, lawyer to run interference for him in the Mueller probe. His lawyer, Alan Futerfas, told The New York Times his client would never testify and the immunity sought was “a publicity stunt”.-B 7.89 2.67


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