Judge Ellis can End Mueller Investigation by finding that Rosentein Illegally Appointed a Special Councel with no Evidence of Crime
by Dr Orly Taitz. ESQ
Judge Ellis can end the whole Mueller investigation by finding that Rosenstein illegally appointed a special counsel without any mandate, with no evidence of crime in Rosenstein memo. Judge Ellis can impose sanctions on Rosenstein and refer evidence to Sessions for criminal prosecution of Rosenstein for abuse of power and violation of civil rights of Trump and his campaign members under the power of authority
Judge T.S. Ellis can end the whole Mueller investigation by finding that Rosenstein illegally appointed a special counsel without any mandate, with no evidence of any crime in the Rosenstein memo. Judge Ellis can impose sanctions on Rosenstein and refer him to be prosecuted
Today former Attorney General of the United states, Michael Mukasey, appeared on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo. He stated that there are two requirements for appointment of a Special Prosecutor”: evidence of crime being committed and conflict of interest.
Rosenstein did not provide evidence of any crime being committed to substantiate appointment of the Special Prosecutor.
I beelieve that after the office of the special prosecutor provides Judge Ellis with the full Rosenstein memo, Judge Ellis should make the memo public and discontinue (terminate) the mandate of the Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller and on this basis dismiss all litigation that stemmed from this illegal appointment of the Special Prosecutor by Rosenstein, as there was zero evidence of any crime committed by any member of the Trump campaign during the 2016 election and zero evidence of any criminal conspiracy by anyone in Trump campaign with Russian aid to somehow illegally change the results of the 2016 election.
Additionally, Judge Ellis can sanction Rosenstein, forward this information to the DC bar as well as to Sessions for prosecution of Rosenstein due to Rosenstein’s abuse of power, violation or deprivation of civil rights of President Trump and his campaign members under the color of authority. 18 U.S. Code § 242 – Deprivation of rights under color of law
If Judge Ellis does not terminate the Mueller mandate and does not dismiss all cases, which derived out of the Mueller investigation, then President Trump will need to declassify Rosenstein memo and file a civil action on his own behalf and behalf of his campaign, suing DOJ, Rosenstein and Mueller and seeking injunctive relief, namely ending Mueller’s illegitimate mandate and all cases that stemmed from it, as well as financial damages, which he and his campaign members incurred as a result of this illegal mandate given to Mueller by Rosentein.