Friday, April 19, 2019

The Mueller Inquisition Is Over--All Clear Yet For Mifsud?

Joseph Mifsud, George Papadopoulos' "professor" and a somewhat promiscuous asset for Western intel agencies (he seems to work for just about everyone), has long been a key figure in the Russia Hoax. We detailed that on November 14, 2018, in Call For The Dead. As we reported back then, although Mifsud had been reported "missing" and presumed dead, investigative reporters, including Lee Smith, believe he had been given a new identity by MI6 and told to "lay low." Well, Papadopoulos was strong armed into a guilty plea back in October and Team Mueller has been shut down by Bill Barr. Maybe it's OK for Mifsud to come out of hiding?

As if on cue, the Italian newspaper Il Foglio is reporting that Mifsud has been hiding in more or less plain site, living in an apartment near the Links University--an intel related institution--in Rome. Chuck Ross has the story, introduced by these bullet points:

  • The special counsel’s report alleged Joseph Mifsud made false statements to the FBI regarding his interactions with George Papadopoulos.
  • Mifsud was also reported to have lived for months at an apartment owned by Link Campus, a Roman university that has ties to Western intelligence.
  • Papadopoulos pleaded guilty in the Mueller probe to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Mifsud, who has not faced charges.

Ross also notes:

The [Mueller] report does not discuss whether charges were considered against the Maltese mystery man. But his treatment is in contrast with how the Mueller team handled Papadopoulos. 

Indeed. As James Comey might say: "So many questions."


  1. Here is how I think that Mifsud interview went:

    "Are you Joseph Mifsud who met with George Papadopoulos?"

    "Yes, I am."

    "Here is your plane ticket back to London. Don't come back."

    1. His lawyer claims he'd be willing to testify to the Senate. Maybe Barr could give him some legal assurances.