Naked Selfie Becomes Mueller’s Latest Self-Inflicted Wound

One of the Russian companies indicted by Robert Mueller over its alleged involvement in an infamous trolling operation during the 2016 presidential election filed a motion on Thursday chock full of jabs at the special counsel’s legal knowledge and respect for the rule of law. And in the process, they casually note that Mueller has apparently collected a “nude selfie” of someone.

Concord Management and Consulting LLC’s attorney Eric Dubelier makes the nude selfie claim near the end of the defendant’s latest filing in support of their motion to compel discovery.

“Could the manner in which he collected a nude selfie really threaten the national security of the United States?” Dubelier asks out loud.

Law&Crime reached out to Dubelier and the other attorney listed on the filing for clarification about who exactly took the selfie and how it possibly pertains to the case, but no response was forthcoming at the time of publication.

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