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By Larry Klayman
January 29, 2019
Last Friday morning, for one of the few times in years, I got up late, at 7:30 am Eastern, as I was a bit tired after traveling from the West Coast to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to prep one of my clients who had been subpoenaed before Special Counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury.
On Thursday, as I appeared at the federal courthouse and took the elevator to the fourth floor, which is where the grand jury room is located, I was escorted into a small waiting room. Shortly after I situated myself, one of the special counsel's primary prosecutors, Aaron Zelinsky, appeared with a special FBI agent. Reaching out to shake hands, Zelinsky looked tense if not intense. Staring darkly into my eyes, he quickly pulled away as he and the agent escorted my client into the grand jury room to greet 22 jurors and Andrew Goldstein, a fellow prosecutor.
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