BREAKING: Mueller’s First Victim Just Arrived At A Federal Prison To Serve His Sentence


Finally, something other than an indictment has come out of Mueller’s Russia probe, and it has Republicans in a full uproar. Just hours after Stormy Daniels’ lawyer announces insane White House money funnel to pay for silencing of the president’s porn star, the first of Robert Mueller’s suspects to be tried has turned himself in to begin his sentence at FCI Allenwood Low Federal Prison in Allenwood, Pa.

According to POLITICO:

“Alex van der Zwaan, 33, reported to a low-security Federal Bureau of Prisons facility near Allenwood, Pennsylvania, on Monday to serve the 30-day sentence he received for lying to investigators in the course of Mueller’s investigation, according to a bureau spokesperson. His projected release date is June 4, according to information on the prison bureau’s website.”

That name will go down in history as Robert Mueller’s first victim in the Russia probe; not exactly something one would want to be remembered for.

The publication continued:

“In February, van der Zwaan, a former London-based attorney for the U.S. law firm Skadden Arps, pleaded guilty to a felony false-statement charge, admitting that he lied to the FBI and lawyers for Mueller’s office during questioning about his involvement with a report Skadden prepared in 2012 at the request of the Ukrainian government.”