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Ex-Skadden Arps Lawyer Charged by Mueller
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Special counsel Robert Mueller has charged Alex van der Zwaan, a former associate with Skadden, Arps, with making false or misleading statements regarding email communications he had with Richard Gates.
Van der Zwaan is a London-based attorney who’s the son-in-law of German Khan, a Russian oligarch who is suing research firm Fusion GPS over a dossier alleging salacious and unverified ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.
Richard Gates is the former Trump campaign official and an associate of one-time Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort.
According to the indictment, the false statements were made when Mueller’s team was questioning van der Zwaan about his work representing Ukraine’s ministry of justice while at Skadden Arps.The charges were issued last Friday, the same day that Mueller’s team announced a surprise indictment against 13 Russian individuals and 3 entities. Van der Zwaan has a plea hearing scheduled for today, Tuesday, at 2:30 p.m.