John Durham Makes New Allegations in Court Filing

John Durham Makes New Allegations in Court Filing

( – Special Counsel John Durham has been probing the origins of the purported “Russiagate” investigation for the past few years. During that time, he’s made quite a few discoveries that have led to accusations against the Clinton camp. On February 11, Durham filed court documents which former Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, believes will end up in more indictments.

In this latest filing, Durham claims Tech Executive-1, also known as Rodney Joffe, used his knowledge to interfere in the 2016 presidential election by creating “an inference.” Joffe allegedly instructed others to create the narrative Trump had Russian connections, particularly to Alfa Bank, a Russian bank. The filing says the executive provided this crafted data — which made it appear Trump and his associates were using Russian technology in the vicinity of Washington, DC, and the White House — to Michael Sussmann, a Clinton campaign attorney, who allegedly turned it over to first the FBI in 2016, then the CIA in 2017.

Durham later indicted Sussmann for providing false information to a federal agent. However, it appears to be too late to charge him with providing the same false information to the CIA due to an expired statute of limitations.

The court filing also claims the law firm representing Sussmann has a conflict of interest, as one member of the defense team was involved or had intricate knowledge of the Russia investigation and a close working relationship with the FBI.

For years, Democrats have been crying “Russia collusion” to anyone who would listen. And for years, former President Donald Trump has denied any involvement with the Kremlin concerning the 2016 election. If these latest court filings are true, will the revelations finally vindicate Trump after all?

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