The latest filing by Special Counsel John Durham in the case against Hillary Clinton’s campaign is moving forward, leading to increased pushback from Clinton campaign lawyers.
Latest Durham Filing on Sussmann Shows the Net Is Tightening, People Are Flipping https://t.co/j04sORGb7p
— Marcia Sessler (@MarciaSessler) April 17, 2022
“Durham alleges that there was contact between Researcher-2 and the defendant, that Researcher-2 was involved in writing a white paper related to the allegations about the Russia Bank, and then the defendant billed the Clinton campaign for the white paper’s drafting,” Red State reported.
“Durham also said they will be seeking immunity for a person employed at the ‘U.S. investigative firm’ (Fusion GPS). Now that’s fascinating, because one would think that has to pertain to information on Christopher Steele and the dossier, the people who hired him, and/or the communications that went back and forth — who knew what when,” it added.
“In his latest filing, Durham revealed that at least five of the former Clinton campaign contractors/researchers have invoked the Fifth Amendment and refused to cooperate in fear that they might incriminate themselves in criminal conduct,” Jonathan Turley reported.
In his latest filing, Durham revealed that at least five of the former Clinton campaign contractors/researchers have invoked the Fifth Amendment and refused to cooperate in fear that they might incriminate themselves in criminal conduct… https://t.co/1Y1ZzaLIOo
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) April 17, 2022
The case continues to provide sufficient evidence to cause a strong change from some of those on Clinton’s side.
The consequences could be important, especially as former President Donald Trump considers another run for the White House in 2024.