Robert S. Mueller III testifies before the House Judiciary Committee on June 13, 2013. (Reuters/Yuri Gripas)

With new indictments in the Eastern District of Virginia filed by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s team on Thursday, the scale of alleged wrongdoing by people loosely connected to the campaign of President Trump expanded outward significantly.

To date, Mueller’s team has brought more than 100 criminal counts against 19 different individuals. In four cases, the individuals pleaded guilty before the charges were made public. Thirteen of the individuals are Russian nationals involved in efforts to influence the 2016 election through social media. Four of the individuals facing or pleading to charges worked for or with Trump’s campaign team.

Fifty-eight of the charges are contained in two indictments against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime business partner Rick Gates. Before Thursday, that total was only 17, but a spate of new charges involving bank and tax fraud boosted the total significantly.

None of the charges, it’s important to note, tie Trump’s team to Russian interference directly. But over the past week, 15 new individuals have been accused of criminal behavior by Mueller’s team: the Russians, a businessman alleged to have provided the Russians with bank account numbers and a lawyer who worked with Manafort and Gates.

In many ways, it’s what still might be out there that’s most interesting.


The campaign team

Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chairman. 27 counts in total.

  • Conspiracy against the United States (1 count, contained in October indictment)
  • Conspiracy to launder money (1 count, October)
  • Bank fraud (4 counts, February indictment)
  • Bank fraud conspiracy (5 counts, February)
  • Subscribing to false tax returns (5 counts, February)
  • Making false statements (1 count, October)
  • Failure to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts (4 in October, 4 in February)
  • Unregistered agent of a foreign principal (1 count, October)
  • False FARA statements (1 count, October)

Rick Gates, former Trump campaign staffer. 31 counts in total.

  • Conspiracy against the United States (1 count, October)
  • Conspiracy to launder money (1 count, October)
  • Bank fraud (4 counts, February)
  • Bank fraud conspiracy (5 counts, February)
  • Subscribing to false tax returns (5 counts, February)
  • Assisting in preparation of false tax documents (5 counts, February)
  • Subscribing to false amended tax returns (1 count, February)
  • Making false statements (1 count, October)
  • Failure to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts (3 in October, 3 in February)
  • Unregistered agent of a foreign principal (1 count, October)
  • False FARA statements (1 count, October)

Michael Flynn, former campaign staffer. 1 charge to which he pleaded guilty.

  • Making false statements (1 count, December)

George Papadopoulos, former campaign adviser. 1 charge to which he pleaded guilty.

  • Making false statements (1 count, October)

The Russians

Yevgeniy Prigozhin, controlled Concord Management and Consulting. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Mikhail Bystrov, general director of Internet Research Agency. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Mikhail Burchik, executive director of Internet Research Agency. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Aleksandra Krylova, director of Internet Research Agency. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Anna Bogacheva, Internet Research Agency employee. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Sergey Polozov, Internet Research Agency employee. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Maria Bovda, Internet Research Agency employee. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Robert Bovda, Internet Research Agency employee. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Dzheykhun Aslanov, Internet Research Agency employee. 8 counts in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)
  • Conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud (1 count, February)
  • Aggravated identity theft (6 counts, February)

Vadim Podkopaev, Internet Research Agency employee. 1 count in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)

Gleb Vasilchenko, Internet Research Agency employee. 8 counts in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States. (1 count, February)
  • Conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud (1 count, February)
  • Aggravated identity theft (6 counts, February)

Irina Kaverzina, Internet Research Agency employee. 7 counts in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)
  • Aggravated identity theft (6 counts, February)

Vladimir Venkov, Internet Research Agency employee. 7 counts in total.

  • Conspiracy to defraud the United States (1 count, February)
  • Aggravated identity theft (6 counts, February)

The other people

Richard Pinedo, businessman who sold bank account numbers allegedly used by the Russians as part of their efforts. 1 charge to which he pleaded guilty.

  • Making false statements (1 count, December)

Alex van der Zwaan, attorney who helped develop a report benefiting Manafort’s client in Ukraine. 1 charge to which he pleaded guilty.

  • Making false statements (1 count, October)