A conservative group filed suit on Monday seeking to remove special counsel Robert Mueller from the Justice Department's investigation into Russian meddling. Conservative lawyer Larry Klayman, the founder of the watchdog group FreedomWatch, filed a complaintin U.S. district court that seeks to force the Justice Department to investigate leaks from the special counsel, as well as "the obvious conflicts of interest among staff." The complaint against Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI director Christopher Wray states that "it is a criminal offense to leak grand jury information" and seeks Mueller's removal. "Robert Mueller is not a 'man of integrity' as the Washington, D.C., Democrat and Republican political establishment like to spin," Klayman said in a statement. "He is just another pol who is representing his establishment benefactors in both political parties who want to see the presidency of Donald Trump destroyed."