When a special counsel is called, we would hope that person’s record as a prosecutor would be impeccable.
That is not the case with Mueller, though, as Sean Hannity reported Mueller once put four men behind bars for a crime they did not commit.
Mueller Always Gets His Man… Even When They Aren’t Guilty
The case in question took place back in the 1980s.
Mueller was in Boston, serving as the Assistant US Attorney.
A special counsel (sound familiar) was in charge of investigating the case and sent the four men to jail for murder, a crime they would be later be exonerated for.
Sadly, for two of the men, that was far too late, as they died in prison.
Ties to Corruption
If you have ever seen the movie “The Departed,” you are familiar with the case in question.
Whitey Bulger, a notorious criminal in Boston at the time, was serving as an FBI informant.
Bulger was more or less given free rein in the city to do as he pleased in exchange for information.
However, Bulger was leading the FBI on a wild goose chase and serving up people he wanted out of the way for crimes he was committing.
As it is now well documented, the ties from Bulger’s criminal empire to the US Attorney’s office and the local FBI ran deep and wide.
This Is the Man Investigating the President?
With his checkered past, this is the man that has been chosen to investigate collusion with the Russians during the 2016 presidential election.
If anything, Mueller is the one that should be investigated!
It is a sad state of our country when someone with a history such as the one that lies behind Mueller has not only been permitted to rise through the ranks but has been praised for his corrupt ways in the process.