24, 2016, Papadopoulos met with Mifsud in London”: Mifsud was accompanied by a Russian female named Olga
true.424 During the meeting, Polonskaya offered to help Papadopoulos establish contacts in Russia and
24/16) (revealing late-morning and early-afternoon searches on March 24, 2016 for “putin’s niece,” “olga
putin,” and “russian president niece Olga,” among other terms)
and, at times, Polonskayafl‘i3 For example, within a week of her initial March 24 meeting with him, Polonskaya
had tried to message him, he sent her an email seeking another meeting.""45 Polonskaya responded the
of Offense 11 10. 443 Papadopoulos Statement of Offense 111] 10-15. 444 3/29/16 Emails, Mifsud to Polonskaya
(3:39 am. and 5:36 am). 445 4/ 10/ 16 Email, Papadopoulos to Polonskaya (2:45:59 pm)
“6 4/11/16 Email, Polonskaya to Papadopoulos (3:11:24 am). 447 4/11/16 Email, Papadopouios to Polonskaya
Papadopoulos also falsely claimed that he met Polonskaya before he joined the Campaign, and falsely told
In truth, however, Papadopoulos met Polonskaya on March 24, 2016, after he had joined the Campaign; he
falsely stated that he had not seen Papadopoulos since the meeting at which Mifsud introduced him to Polonskaya
In addition, Mifsud omitted that he had drafted (or edited) the follow-up message that Polonskaya sent
, Mifsud may have been involved in a personal relationship with Polonskaya at the time.
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