The emails the Dossier organisation said it was sent suggest Natalia Veselnitskaya worked closely with a top official in Russia's prosecutor-general's office to fend off a U.S. fraud case against one of her clients.
The email was sent by former campaign surrogate and British tabloid journalist Rob Goldstone, explaining the use of the English term for a prosecutor general.
The Dossier organization said Friday it had been sent a series of emails showing Veselnitskaya set out strategies for the Kremlin's response to a USA request for assistance in a money-laundering case involving her client.
And in an interview set to be broadcast by NBC News on Friday, Veselnitskaya calls herself an "informant" for the Russian government, an admission that goes further than her previous claims of just being a private attorney.
"Dear Sergei Aleksandrovich!" Ms. Veselnitskaya wrote on August 2, 2014, in one of at least 11 emails exchanged. "I am ready to answer any questions that arise, at any time convenient for you".
This was not the first time Veselnitskaya has spoken about her relationship to Chaika.
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Dossier is an arm of tycoon and Kremlin critic Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
Veselnitskaya was helping to defend the Prevezon Holdings company and its owner, Denis Katsyv.
The lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr.to offer dirt on Hillary Clinton admitted Friday that she is a Kremlin agent. USA authorities alleged that Prevezon had been the recipient of laundered funds from a massive tax fraud scheme that stole $250 million from the Russian treasury in the mid-2000s. "Since 2013, I have been actively communicating with the office of the Russian prosecutor general", according to Newsweek. The Justice Department eventually settled with the firm for $6 million, but Prevezon has yet to pay.
The alleged tax fraud scheme was exposed by Sergei Magnitsky, a Russian lawyer who died while jailed in 2009. A Russian court convicted him of the fraud a few years after he died in a Moscow prison in November 2009 after alleged beatings and medical negligence. USA lawmakers enacted a law named for him that imposed travel and financial sanctions against Russians believed to be involved in his death.
An organization established by an exiled Russian tycoon says it has obtained emails showing collaboration between Russian government officials and the Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr.in 2016.
On Saturday, a CNN panel discussing the revelation got heated after guests started talking about just how shocking it is that the campaign team for an American presidential candidate met with someone tied to a foreign power to discuss getting dirt on an opponent, as the younger Trump admitted nearly a year ago.