Former Trump Campaign volunteer George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty for making false statements to FBI agents.
Papadopoulos was a low level volunteer who was approached by Deep State informant Stefan Halper in London.
** Here is a copy of the Papadopoulos indictment that was filed back on October 5, 2017.
George Papadopoulos was in contact with Sergei Millian, who was the Steele “source” for the anti-Trump dossier.
According to Reddit contributor GeminiSi:
From the Statement of Offense.
1. 10 – 11 April – George Papalopoulos (GP) emails the Russian female contact trying to set up a ‘foreign policy trip’ , which she agrees to eagerly.
2. 26 April – GP meets Russian woman who tells him they can arrange a Putin-Trump meeting & have ‘dirt’ on HRC -/…
3. The Russians have another go. On June 9, the Trump Jr sting. A Russian woman promises dirt on HRC, but never delivers. Sound familiar?
4. And here’s an interesting fact. GP had another contact he never disclosed,- Sergei Millian.
And from an anti-Trump tweeter (Louise Mensch) who connects the two on 15 Aug 2017, but doesn’t quite get the significance: George Papadopoulos, who repeatedly tried to set up a Putin-Trump meeting per @WashPost, is tied to Sergei Millian… YES. Millian of Steele Dossier fame, see Sergei Millian.
Sergei Millian is one of 240 GP’s Facebook friends.
Millian told several people that during the campaign and presidential transition he was in touch with George Papadopoulos, a campaign foreign policy adviser, according to a person familiar with the matter. Millian is among Papadopoulos’s nearly 240 Facebook friends.
And Chuck Ross from The Daily Caller reported on Wednesday that Sergei Millian, the source of the anti-Trump Steele Dossier, offered George Papadopoulos $30,000 a month to work as a “consultant” (spy) in the Trump White House.
Mangiante also said that Papadopoulos and Millian met multiple times in Chicago and New York City before the election. In one encounter in Chicago, Millian offered Papadopoulos a substantial sum of money as part of an energy-related business deal.
The catch was that Millian said Papadopoulos would have to remain in the Trump administration while carrying out the work.
The business offer has been previously reported by The New York Times and NBC News. However, Mangiante is providing new details, saying that Millian offered Papadopoulos “$30,000 a month to work as a consultant while with Trump.”