Manafort’s plea does not implicate the president—but it’s really bad news for him.
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The special counsel's office has filed a superseding criminal information in the case against Paul Manafort. The document is available here and below. The plea agreement and statement of offense are also available below.
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A grand jury has returned a superseding indictment against Paul Manafort and his colleague Konstantin Kilimnick. The indictment adds new counts to the previous charges against Manafort and indicts Kilimnick for the first time on charges of obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
The document is available here and in full below.
The office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed a motion with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia stating that there is "probable cause to believe that [Paul] Manafort has violated 18 U.S.C. § 1512(b) by attempting to tamper with potential witnesses while on pretrial release and, accordingly, has violated the conditions of his release." The document is available in full below.
An overview of additional charges and information made public Thursday.