New Information Raises Serious Questions About DOJ Collusion In Politically-Motivated Case Against Miles Guo
(Note: This is a sponsored post from NewNoah. The opinions expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of Gateway Pundit)
by Matt Palumbo
The case in question pertains to Prakazrel Michel. Michel is a co-conspirator of George Higginbotham, a former DOJ Senior Congressional Affairs specialist who pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to deceive U.S. banks about lobbying funds for China.
According to a 2018 DOJ press release, Higginbotham admitted that another purpose of the lobbying campaign was an attempt to persuade high-level U.S. government officials to have Guo, removed from the United States and sent back to China.
In 2021, the Department of Justice charged Michel for allegedly engaging in undisclosed lobbying campaigns for the CCP, money laundering, witness tampering, and conspiracy to make false statements to banks. He was previously charged with criminal conspiracy in 2019 for allegedly illegally fundraising for Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign. Michel was a one-time Hollywood sensation who turned his musical talent into political connections, and who has long been a Democrat operative with close connections to the Clintons as well as Obama.
Relevant to this case, Michel advocated for the forced return of Guo into the hands of his CCP enemies. In charging documents dated March 18, 2023 from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the U.S. explained that Michel is charged with acting as an agent of the communist government “by assisting in the effort to have Guo sent back to China,” and noted that the crimes that China accuses Guo of are irrelevant to the case.
Michel’s case is being presided over by Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, who just issued an order revealing new information that points to government collusion. As we learn from her order, FBI agent Andrew Zitman worked on the recent case for which Guo was arrested over in New York earlier this year, and Michel’s.
Judge Kollar-Kotelly said in order that “It appears from Defendant’s reply that the Government may not have taken as broad a view of its duty of discovery as is required, and that at least one FBI agent, Andrew Zitman, may have worked on both the New York Guo Case and this matter.” She added that the Government must
Source: The Gateway Pundit