Evidence Against Russians Might Never See the Light of Day

The Washington Post

03/02/2018

John P. Carlin

National Security, CFIUS, Sanctions + Export Controls, Privacy + Data Security, and Global Risk + Crisis Management

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The Russian nationals indicted during the Mueller investigation may never be arrested by U.S. authorities; however, it did send a decisive message to the rest of the world — like using “No Trespassing” signs to prevent others from gaining a legal claim to your property, said Morrison & Foerster partner John Carlin in the Washington Post article “Evidence against Russians might never see the light of day.”

“In the early stages of going after narcotics kingpins, some people thought it was crazy but some of those guy are in U.S. prisons now,” he said. “I wouldn’t write off that one of these guys gets caught.”

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