Donald Trump Jr. just fueled the accusations that Russian's colluded to help his father, Republican candidate Donald Trump, win the 2016 U.S. presidential election. He released the emails that state there was an offer of documents that would incriminate Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate, and her dealings with Russia.

The Email from publicist Rob Goldstone said the documents would be useful to help candidate Donald Trump win the election.

The June 3 email said the offer of documents were part of Russian government support for Trump.

Crown prosecutor of Russia

Goldstone – whom the Trumps met in Moscow during the staging of the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Russia – said Emin Agalarov, the son of Russian real estate billionaire Aras Agalarov, called him. Goldstone is also the publicist of Emin, a singer who has a music video in which Trump appeared.

According to Emin, Aras and the “Crown prosecutor of Russia” had a meeting that morning and the prosecutor offered to Aras the official documents that would incriminate Clinton. Goldstone added in the email that there is no Crown prosecutor position in Russia which could mean he referred to an equivalent position with prosecution duties.

The Wall Street Journal identified him as Yuri Chaika whose office, at that time, was pressuring the U.S. to repeal the Magnitsky Act that resulted in sanctions on some of his friends. For Chaika, it was more than just a campaign against the Act but a personal beef with Bill Browder, a fund manager who lobbied for the Act and produced a documentary which accused the Chaika family of corruption.

After the release of the documentary, Aras defended Chaika and said the documentary was a lie.

Campaign wanted Clinton dirt so badly

Donald Jr., in a statement, said he thought the information suggested by Aras and the Russian prosecutor was "research into political opposition," according to Reuters. The interest in the incriminating information led to the meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer.

Veselnitskaya, however, in an interview with NBC on Tuesday morning, said she was not connected to the Kremlin and did not have any documents about Clinton. She did not discount the possibility that the Trump camp desperately needed the information. “They wanted it so badly that they could only hear the thought that they wanted,” the lawyer said, Gizmodo reported.

The website noted that Donald Jr. tweeted the emails ahead of The New York Times which was about to publish an article on the email exchange with Goldstone. His camp, however, asked The New York Times for more time to comment on the upcoming article but Donald Jr. instead pre-empted the newspaper, according to CNN reporter Brian Stelter.