Brett Kavanugh just gave the final word on Robert Mueller and it left heads spinning
The Robert Mueller investigation is officially over.
And Brett Kavanaugh just got the last word.
Kavanaugh’s final action on the Mueller case left heads spinning.
While Mueller submitted his final report, everyone thought that was the end of his investigation.
But that task fell to the Supreme Court.
A foreign company contesting a Mueller grand jury subpoena had their case reach the high court, but the Justices denied their appeal.
The Daily Caller reports:
The Supreme Court denied an appeal Monday from an unknown foreign entity disputing a grand jury subpoena issued in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, which is now complete.
Little is known of the case, which is under seal — the identity of the foreign corporation, the country in which it is based, and the nature of the subpoena are all unknown.
The entity, which is a foreign financial institution, contested the subpoena under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) and the laws of its own country. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected those arguments, prompting an appeal to the Supreme Court.
The entity warned of far-reaching effects on U.S. foreign policy were the D.C. Circuit’s ruling allowed to stand.
This case has been shrouded in mystery for months.
But now with Mueller finished and not pursuing any indictments, the case is over.
The company is subject to a fine, but given that it is a foreign entity, there is little chance they will comply with the penalties.
And that will put a bow on the Mueller probe.