It’s Happening, Skeletons Are Beginning To Come Out Of Mueller’s Closet

Examine the past and some of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s skeletons are coming out of the closet.

The Special Counsel is not as pure as the driven snow as some would have you believe. In fact, Mr. Mueller has less than a stellar record of performance.

If you can go back to the 1980s you will find that he was guilty of wrongful prosecution and conviction of some innocent men.

Here are some of the skeletons that are dancing in the limelight now.

As Written and Reported By Nick Givas for the Daily Caller:

Fox News host Sean Hannity devoted time on his Tuesday show to examining the past of special counsel Robert Mueller and his findings were intriguing.

Hannity referred to a report from Fox News’ Sarah Carter citing Mueller’s career as a prosecutor in the 1980s.

When Mueller was serving as assistant U.S. attorney, four men were wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for a crime they did not commit and the special counsel was in charge of the case when it happened.

“Robert Mueller’s career has been anything but impeccable,” Hannity said. “One of the worst stains on his record comes from his time Boston, where he served as assistant U.S. attorney and acting U.S. attorney in the ’80s. During this time notorious Boston mob boss Whitey Bulger, he was actively engaged by the FBI as an informant. The relationship between Bulger and the bureau was wrought with nothing but corruption and criminal collusion.”

“Bulger’s FBI handler, guy by the name of John Connolly covered up for many of the horrific crimes that were committed by Bulger and his associates, including one instance where four men were wrongfully framed and convicted and imprisoned for decades — all for a murder it turns out they did not commit,” Hannity continued. “The men were ultimately exonerated. A judge awarded $101 million in damages, but not before two of the men actually ….