The DOJ has released the financial activities of the Durham probe.
According to the DOJ, the total cost of the Durham probe since it has become a special counsel has been $1.5 million.
Durham has directly spent $934,313.
The Justice Department released a report on the financial activity of John Durham’s special counsel inquiry into the origins and conduct of the Russia investigation.
A five-page document, quietly released on the Thursday before Memorial Day weekend, shows a breakdown of the expenditures made by the Special Counsel’s Office for the period from Oct. 19, 2020, when Durham was appointed special counsel by former Attorney General William Barr, through March 31.
The total cost of Durham’s endeavor during this period was about $1.5 million, with Durham directly spending $934,313. The majority of that money went to personnel, while other funds went toward travel, equipment acquisition, and contracts, which were “primarily for IT services,” the Justice Department said. DOJ components supporting the special counsel’s team who were asked to track their expenditures related to the inquiry reported spending $520,856.
The Durham probe has been shrouded in mystery for some time.
Frustration is growing with the slowness of the probe.
Trump has released two statements wondering where Durham is and what his probe is doing:
Deep State target George Papadopoulos gave an update on the Durham probe last week.
According to George Papadopoulos, the Durham investigation is very real and not a big lie.
What are your thoughts on the Durham probe?
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