Hillary Clinton’s Evasions Are Set to Unravel on the Eve of a Trial in John Durham’s Probe – Opinion

A judge is set to rule on evidence as Hillary Clinton’s claims are comically exposed.

A judge will be appointed Wednesday His decision is based on an important aspect of a trialConcerning John Durham, one of the lawyers who was involved in the John Sussman probe. A series of documents that Durham has subpoenaed to him for John Sussman’s forthcoming trial on the charges of lying to the FBI are at issue. The Clinton cabal players are trying to preserve those documents.

Comedy is everywhere in these desperate acts of the Democratic National Committee. Hillary for America. Fusion GPS. The law firm Perkins Coie. You start with the trial claim. 

Sussman, who allegedly brought in research material that showed links between Donald Trump and the Russian Bank Alfa, is being charged with deceiving Bureau. These materials were eventually shown. to be fabricated. The CIA concluded in 2017 that this evidence of bank transfers was not organic and had been “Created by user” Further, Sussman told the agents at the time he was acting alone and not working on anyone’s behalf. 

Problem: Sussman at that time was a Perkins Coie partner. This leads to the rather inept argument being made by all the parties concerned — that is they want to claim attorney-client privilege to block the release of these documents. For this to stand, it means they essentially prove that Sussman was employed there and he was acting on behalf of HFA, meaning this argument now backs the prosecution’s claim that he did in fact lie to the Feds.

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In many ways, the claims for attorney-client coverage are crumbling. Durham pointed out that only 18 of 1,455 documents are related to attorneys. These documents contain a 38-page cluster of pages that the parties are fighting for. Fusion GPS filed a rejection request of 342 pages, which is more than ten times larger, as a signal of their desperate need to protect these documents. 

This is where the next comedy of errors begins The actions taken by the players. Durham, who desperately claimed the requested evidence contained privileged information has succeeded in proving that this cannot be considered confidential information considering they freely distributed their data with numerous journalists.

Indeed, the documents produced by Fusion GPS to date reflect hundreds of emails in which Fusion GPS employees shared raw, unverified, and uncorroborated information – including their own draft research and work product – with reporters. They appear to have done this as part of an (largely successful!) effort to generate negative news stories regarding one of the Presidential Candidates.

It’s not easy to declare that your confidential and privileged internal information is private. Once it’s shipped to its destinationThe New York Times. The Washington Post. ABC News. The Wall Street Journal. Slate. Now, a more telling and amusing detail is revealed.

Hillary’s protection scheme is unraveling from details in the very documents from Perkins Coie. Federal Elections Commission has discovered that there were campaign expense violations. This was thanks to the firm’s billing forms. FEC, which is often inert. I was forced to take action by the Coolidge Reagan Foundation to look into Hillary for America’s filings, as well as those of the DNC. Both were cited.

Hillary Clinton
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The FEC fined the two outfits in March for violations of campaign spending laws regarding Fusion GPS payments. The FEC concluded that the combined payments of more than $1,000,000 were wrongly listed. Services in legal mattersThey actually were for opposition research compilations. Perkins Coie received the money from HFA, the DNC, and Fusion GPS was hired by the company to take over, to try to cover up their mistakes. 

Hillary is caught off guard here. FEC traced the payment delineation in these billings in Perkins Coie paperwork. This is the FEC filingThe payment listing is found at.

Perkins Coie invoices and Fusion invoices clearly show that Perkins Coie charged HFA for the Fusion portion of services it rendered to Perkins Coie. The invoices provided during the investigation delineate fees for “legal services rendered” and fees for “professional services — other.” The only services billed as “legal services rendered” under a header entitled “for services through [date]” are the $5,000 retainer fee to Perkins Coie. The entire amounts billed by Fusion and subsequently billed to HFA are billed as “professional services-other”.

All other payments, besides the retainer, were for the compiling of the Steele dossier and opposition research by Fusion. So the last bit of humor is in regards now to Wednesday’s hearing. Durham must be able to access the documents if it is proven that the payments were not for legal services.

Perkins Coie will bill the DNC/HFA the same way they do. The amusement is that after years of the media claiming the walls have been closing in on Donald Trump – only to see him routinely exonerated – Hillary is now rubbing elbows with the wallpaper.

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