Supreme Court rules against “mystery corporation,” imposes $50K fine each day it fails to comply with subpoena

OAN Newsroom
8:30 PM PT — Tuesday, January 8, 2019

(The United States Supreme Court in Washington D C USA)

The Supreme Court sides with federal prosecutors in the mystery case that’s been making its way up the United States court system.

The decision on Sunday forces the company to comply with a request for documents, and reimposes a fine for every day it fails to do so.

The mystery corporation, which is owned by an unidentified government, has been avoiding complying with a grand jury subpoena.

Legal analysts theorize the subpoena may have been issued by the Special Counsel against a bank from overseas.


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