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Kari Lake Vows to Take Election Case to U.S. Supreme Court

"They messed with the wrong woman," said Lake.

9 Big Things We Learned From The Michael Sussmann Prosecution

Less than one week ago, a Washington D.C. jury acquitted former Hillary Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann of lying to former FBI General Counsel...

Team Rittenhouse Gains Powerful New Player, Announces Zuckerberg Is Now at the Top of Legal Hit List

Kyle Rittenhouse knows this all too well. People were practically lining up to media outlets to trash the poor kid before the facts were in regarding his role in the 2020 riot in Kenosha, WI.

Why the Special Counsel Needs to Fight for More Spygate Documents, Stat

Special Counsel John Durham’s prosecution of Igor Danchenko, the Russian national who served as Christopher Steele’s primary sub-source, will soon heat up—maybe as early as next week, if prosecutors are wise and return to the grand jury to obtain the documents the Hillary Clinton campaign wrongfully withheld based on attorney-client privilege.

5 New Questions About Russia Collusion Probe Emerging from Sussman Trial

While the trial of 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann concluded with his acquittal, Special Counsel John Durham's prosecution team succeeded in revealing new evidence about how the false Trump-Russia collusion narrative got foisted upon the FBI and the nation.

‘There Will Be Blood’: Elon Musk Declares He’s Assembling ‘Litigation Department’ of ‘Hardcore Streetfighters’

Elon Musk proclaimed that he is personally recruiting lawyers for a "hardcore litigation department" at Tesla. Musk threatened that there "will be blood" after he assembles his new cadre of "hardcore" streetfighting lawyers. 

Trial Opens for Clinton Campaign Lawyer Accused of Lying to FBI While Planting Trump-Russia Tale

Special Counsel John Durham alleges Michael Sussmann lied when he told then-FBI general counsel he was not working on behalf of a client while feeding government since-debunked Trump-Russia collusion allegations.

Court Agrees to Let Spygate Cabal Hide Some of Their Emails From the Grand Jury

Given that Marc Elias maintained all the emails were protected by attorney-client privilege, the court’s unquestioningly accepting his word seems strange.

Durham Says FBI, Intelligence Agencies Slowly Producing Classified Materials

Special counsel John Durham filed court papers on May 10 saying that the FBI and U.S. intelligence agencies are slowly producing documents related to his case against Igor Danchenko, who prosecutors say lied to investigators about how he obtained information that later appeared in the controversial and discredited Steele dossier that was used against former President Donald Trump.

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