Special counsel Robert Mueller released an itemized list Wednesday night detailing well over 500 pieces of evidence that his prosecutors are considering presenting during their upcoming criminal trial of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
To make its case that Manafort committed bank and tax fraud, the lead Russia investigator signaled his intention to share with a Northern Virginia jury photographs of a putting green at the longtime GOP operative’s Long Island home, New York Yankees season ticket licensing agreements and reams of material related to Manafort’s lobbying work on behalf of the pro-Kremlin Ukrainian government.
As the July 25 trial start date approaches, Mueller’s prosecutors’ list of exhibits also includes photographs of all the Manafort properties at the center of his alleged crimes, including in Arlington, Virginia and in New York City, Brooklyn and Bridgehampton, New York. The special counsel’s prosecutors also have photographs and documents detailing Manafort’s purchase of high-end clothing, oriental rugs and both a Mercedes-Benz and Land Rover.
See the full list here.