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.
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.
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.
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.
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.