(From Fox News)
The Fox News senior judicial analyst emphasized the seriousness of the guilty plea by former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopolous, who he said most likely “wore a wire” to potentially gather incriminating evidence against other Trump campaign officials.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller announced the guilty plea on Monday, saying Papadopolous lied to FBI agents about contacts with a Russia-linked professor who spoke of “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the spring of 2016.
The professor, based in London, has denied the claims laid out by Papadopolous. Napolitano said the guilty plea by Papadopolous was “very unusual” because it occurred in secret and the judge ordered the plea documents to be sealed.
Napolitano said for that to happen, prosecutors would need to convince the court that a lack of secrecy would “materially interfere with an ongoing criminal investigation.”