May 26, 2022

Special Counsel Durham challenges Clinton campaign privilege claims

Special Counsel John Durham on Wednesday asked a federal judge to review the attorney-client privilege claim related to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and other entities that include over a thousand documents.

Fusion GPS, in particular, “has withheld approximately 1,455 documents that are responsive to the subpoenas based on claims of attorney-client privilege and attorney work product protections,” according to the filing.

However, “the vast majority of the entries reflect communications with no lawyer listed as a sender, recipient, or copied party,” Durham wrote, according to the Daily Caller.

Only 18 of the documents involved a lawyer, according to the report.

The request has asked that a judge review the documents and release those that are not covered by attorney-client privilege.

The move is certain to anger Clinton’s legal team as it seeks to keep as many of the campaign’s documents out of the public as possible.

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Brighteyes (@guest_1285769)
1 month ago

Sick of the likes of Clintons, Obama’s, Bidens, Pelosi and many others in the Democrat party who clearly get away with the very things they prosecute others for, its about time Hillary Clinton and the others learn as they like to say “No one is above the law” So why is it no one goes after them for clear violations of the law?



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