How to get away with 'witness tampering'--be a prosecutor

Jack Hellner:
President Trump's former campaign chief, Paul Manafort, is being charged with additional crimes involving tampering with witnesses. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation supposedly was about Russian collusion, but even the Associated Press admits that factually, these and other charges, are not related to Russian collusion, writing:
The charges do not relate to Manafort's work on the Trump campaign or involve allegations of Russian election interference, a fact that the president has routinely noted as he tried to distance himself from his former top campaign adviser. 
Mueller and others tamper with witnesses everyday. They charge people to get them to flip. They give immunity. Yet no one is charged for those acts, so obviously, they are above the law. This article says a lot. They are charging Manafort with additional charges because he is just too aggressive on his defense. Heaven forbid that a defendant is too aggressive in their own defense. They must be punished.
From the AP article:  
The latest charges increase Manafort's legal jeopardy if he continues an aggressive battle with prosecutors
Look at how much Mueller and the FBI hide from the public and Congress on why the Russian collusion began in the first place. People from the Justice Department have lied continuously, and yet they haven't been charged.
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Mueller is yet to charge any American with collusion with the Russians.  Instead, he has focused on unrelated crimes or process crimes in hopes of extorting testimony against the President or his campaign.  The "investigation" has been a disgrace run by mainly Democrats angry about losing an election to Trump.  Mueller should resign and admit he has nothing of substance.

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