Linguistic Clues In Mueller Subpoena Case

By Kristina Arianina (February 11, 2019, 1:56 PM EST) -- Unredacted portions of court rulings and party filings contain additional clues about the identity of Country A in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. The corporation "understands it is a witness in the investigation."[1] Already we know that the unidentified corporation is owned by Country A. We also recently learned the identity of the corporation's attorneys. But fascination about Country A's identity continues. Linguistic clues from available court records suggest what Country A may be.

Procedural History

The case has a complicated procedural history. It all began when the grand jury in the Mueller investigation issued a subpoena in 2018 directing an...

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