Lev Parnas’s To Do Lists of Crimes Released By The House

Crime guys

You can’t make this up. (For those having trouble keeping track, Lev Parnas is a Ukrainian crime guy closely associated with Rudy Guiliani who is trying to throw everyone under the bus to get out of prison.)

I saw this Tweet:

Then I clicked a link in the thread to some governmental document stuff.

Mr. Parnas produced handwritten notes on stationery from the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Vienna, Austria that appear directly related to the President’s scheme to press Ukraine to announce investigations beneficial to his reelection campaign. Mr. Parnas’ attorney confirmed that the notes were written by his client.

And then I did this:

Bonus content:

Lev Parnas’ attorney trolling Steve Scalise using a relevant sprots reference.


  1. I found myself lol’ing at the *Rudy* on those notes.

    Jfc, you literally can’t make this up. Maybe I’m focusing on the wrong thing, but why would you crime-guy on hotel stationary? On CSI they can read the indents from the paper above it! And to whom are you either writing letter on hotel stationary or why would you write your grocery list of crimes scribbled on “nice” paper?

    The upside of this is that Lev Parnas has been extremely eager to spill the beans so I don’t think he’ll kill himself like Epstein.

  2. …gotta love that Collude-y Rudi actually says “just so you know, I’m not, like, “the President’s lawyer” or anything – I’m more like the “president’s” “lawyer” but that’s totally normal when my guy is a career criminal who’s in this for all he can grift – but I don’t have to tell you that, do I buddy?”

    How is that man not dis-barred yet?

  3. It’s actually worse than it looks at first glance. There’s some seriously scary shit. They were talking about “removing” Ambassador Yovanovitch. From Daily Kos:

    But Parnas also turned over documents that reveal something new: As Parnas was in contact with Giuliani and working to get Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch removed from her post in Ukraine, another of his associates apparently had her under surveillance. Robert Hyde, a Republican congressional candidate in Connecticut, told Parnas he was in touch with a “private security team” and that, at one point, “She’s talked to three people. Her phone is off. Computer is off.” At another point, “They will let me know when she’s on the move.”

    ”They are willing to help if we/you would like a price,” Hyde even wrote. “Guess you can do anything in the Ukraine with money . . . what I was told.” In other words, you don’t have to get very many steps removed from Trump himself before people involved in the campaign to pressure Ukraine into trashing Trump’s political opponents were actually suggesting violence against a United States government official.

    Me again. Yovanovitch is, quite properly, calling for an investigation:


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      • Oh, I know. I personally have a tendency to classify Rudy’s actions as “dumb shit done by a moron who has probably developed dementia” and that really understates the damage Rudy (and his boss Trump) can do. It’s horrifying to think some stooge could have attacked a US ambassador on the strength of some vague instructions from a complete idiot.

  4. I’ve no doubt that Parnas and Rudy were up to no good, but I am a bit concerned that these notes are in English.

    EDIT: Never mind. I just found out that Parnas immigrated to the states at the age of 3, which makes it much more reasonable that he uses English in his private notes.

    • Yeah I thought about that too. With all my law TV-watching experience, I think you could argue that there’s no way to prove these were real.

      If it is fake, it’s almost more hilarious (except that it is serious and we all lose this very serious game).

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