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It’s Coming! Durham Confirms Active Criminal Investigation Into Key Clinton Campaign Member

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Special Counsel John Durham provided a “discovery update” to the court in the Michael Sussmann case yesterday.  In the filing, in which he requested leeway in discovery, Durham disclosed that there may be more charges coming for Sussmann.

Michael Sussmann was charged with giving false statements to the FBI in relation to the Alpha bank-Trump hoax, but Durham states that the “Government also maintains an active, ongoing criminal investigation of” Sussmann’s conduct.

Catherine Herridge, of CBS tweeted:

Of particular interest is that Durham has been obtaining information from a variety of sources, including  Perkins Coie, the Hillary Clinton Campaign, and former DNC/Clinton lawyer Mark Elias.

TechnoFog, a writer on Substack, goes further in unpacking the Durham filing explaining that Durham has secured an enormous amount of grand jury testimony and documents:

Now, to the evidence. Durham and his team have secured grand jury testimony from:

  1. Former Perkins Coie partner, and DNC/Hillary Clinton lawyer Marc Elias.
  2. Former FBI General Counsel James Baker
  3. Current CIA employees

Durham and his team have completed interviews of the following individuals:

  1. Former FBI General Counsel James Baker
  2. More than 24 other current and former FBI employees.
  3. Current and former employees of the CIA and DARPA.
  4. 12 Employees of the “internet companies” referenced in the Sussmann indictment.
  5. The former chairman of DNC/Clinton law firm Perkins Coie.
  6. A former employee of the Clinton campaign.
  7. Current and former employees of Georgia Tech (involved in the Alfa Hoax).
  8. An employee of “Tech Executive-1” – aka Rodney Joffe, a Sussmann client who assisted with the Alfa Bank hoax.

Still, there is more. Durham has obtained records/documents from:

  1. The Hillary Clinton Campaign
  2. Perkins Coie
  3. Hillary for America
  4. Fusion GPS
  5. A PR Firm that advised Perkins Coie regarding public statements about Sussmann’s meeting with James Baker.
  6. Phone logs for numerous current and former FBI employees.
  7. “a classified memorandum and related reports of interviews pertaining to a criminal investigation previously conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice regarding a potential leak of classified information”
  1. He also has secured nearly 400 e-mails between the FBI and Perkins Coie from January 2016 through June 2017.

Durham also reports that his team learned in January of 2022 that the former FBI General Counsel to whom Sussman made his false statements (James Baker) had two cellphones that were in the custody of the DOJ Inspector General.  Durham’s team is now analyzing the content of those phones.  There was no explanation on where the DOJ had been hiding those phones all this time.

The fact that Marc Elias testified before the grand jury is also causing some to take notice.  Elias is the lawyer that raged through the swing states prior to the 2020 election, filing lawsuits that illegally changed many election laws in the name of “Covid Safety”.

As Techno Fog put it:

“While we expected some grand jury testimony, the fact that Mark Elias, the DNC/Clinton lawyer, was before a grand jury is certainly newsworthy. It’s possible that Elias’s testimony was limited to Sussmann’s involvement in the Alfa Bank hoax. As we previously noted, the Sussmann indictment provided that Durham obtained e-mails between Elias and Sussmann regarding the Alfa Bank allegations.”

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