Numerous media outlets report this weekend that arrest #1 in the Trump Russia collusion probe is set for early Monday.
They also believe the leak of that top-secret info came from Team Trump itself, and that the subject of the "sealed indictment" may be Trump's former top advisor, Paul Manafort.
However, as with the actual identity of the suspect or suspects, the leakers' names are also unconfirmed at this time.
Following a no-knock search of Manafort's estate this past summer, Manafort revealed the possibility of a future arrest; allegedly for aiding a foreign enemy in meddling with America's 2016 election results to favor his ex boss over projected-winner Hillary Clinton.
Agents were said to have seized computers, hard drives, and other incriminating evidence during their surprise raid, some of which implicated Vladimir Putin himself.
Coincidentally, that was the same month when federal investigators also disclosed the true extent of Moscow's efforts to make Donald Trump president, including Putin's hackers breaching the security systems of electronic-voting machines in at least 21 U.S. states.
Election officials from several of those impacted districts had noticed and even reported voting "irregularities" and other suspicious "glitches" on election day, but until June 2017 this most onerous aspect of the Trump Russia collusion plot has barely been discussed.
Special-prosecutor Robert Mueller was given broad authority to pursue any and all criminal acts he uncovered as a result of the Trump Russia probe.
That means the charges set forth in this very first arrest warrant could just as well involve tax dodging, perjury, racketeering, and any other federal crime exclusive of -- or including -- treason.