A Russian lawyer and Fusion GPS associate who attended the infamous Trump Tower meeting has been charged with obstructing justice by making a “misleading declaration” in a separate money laundering case, according to the Washington Post.
Natalia Veselnitskaya – a Trump-hating fan of the late John McCain – was initially denied entry into the United States, only to be allowed into the country by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch under “extraordinary circumstances” so she could represent Fusion GPS client Prevezon Holdings in a civil case brought by the US attorney’s office in Manhattan.
Prevezon is owned by Russian and Israeli businessman Denis Katsyv, who settled the case for $5.9 million in fines
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