In a presentation on Wednesday afternoon,appeared to accidentally submit unedited documents. The motion contains the names of people who are not usually identified in court documents. Since then, the government eliminated that version and replaced it with a version with written names.
The motion is a response toto persuade the court to review the terms of his release. Since the original accusation against Manafort was issued in October, he has been negotiating with the court the terms of his release on bail. In May, Manafort proposed a package designed to meet the $ 10 million bail set by Judge Amy Berman Jackson.
The government did not object to the proposal, and was willing to discuss the possible elimination of one of its two GPS devices. All that changed last week when prosecutors said they had found evidencewhich, if true, could be a violation of Manafort's pre-trial release.
The erroneous statement on Wednesday afternoon reveals the identity of a Manafort assistant accused by the government of conspiring with Manafort to manipulate the witnesses. Konstantin Kilimnik, the alleged conspirator of Manafort was referred to as Person A in previous presentations. He and Manafort were accused on Friday of obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Similarly, the presentation identified persons previously called "D1 and D2" as Alan Friedman and Eckart Sager, respectively. They are expected to testify that Manafort and Kilimnik tried to influence their testimony.
The identities of witnesses have been reported by the New York Times, but have not been included in government documents. Kilimnik was identified in the indictment last week.
Also unedited in this document is a note from Friedman to Manafort. His subject line reads: "Revised network idea for 2012 involving third-party champions in the economic and electoral reforms of Ukraine". That note describes the mission of the "Hapsburg Group", the group of European politicians from Manafort that promoted Ukrainian interests in Europe and the US. UU
Manafort maintains that its lobbying only took place in Europe, and has not broken any foreign agent (FARA) laws. The government has used the redacted version of this document to support its case that Manafort exerted illegal pressure in the US. UU
The unwritten version names and describes the following European leaders who represent what the note identifies as "the initial set of talents":  Alfred Gusenbauer, Chancellor of Austria
Special defense lawyers have been careful not to identify potential witnesses or companies, citing the ongoing investigation and national security concerns. Manafort already knew who these people were, so this revelation is more of a bruise in the special lawyer's office than anything else.
Manafort is scheduled to appear on Friday before the new charges. The court is expected to address the terms of his release. Manafort is currently under house arrest, but the special attorney has asked the court to review or revoke his current release conditions.
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