Durham is finally making some moves.
According to a new report from The New York Times, John Durham is seeking an indictment against former DNC/Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman.
Sussman was also a Perkins Coie partner.
NYT: Durham said to seek indictment of lawyer at firm with Democrat ties as part of inquiry into Russia probe origins
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) September 15, 2021
Breaking report from the New York Times (Savage and Goldman, et al.): Special Counsel John Durham “will ask a grand jury to indict” former DNC/Clinton campaign lawyer (and Perkins Coie partner) Michael Sussman for giving false statements. The false statement charges would relate to a September 19, 2016 meeting FBI lawyer James Baker had with Sussman, where Sussman relayed to the FBI the discredited theory that the Trump Organization was communicating with Alfa Bank.
The New York Times states:
Mr. Baker, the former F.B.I. lawyer, is said to have told investigators that he recalled Mr. Sussmann saying that he was not meeting him on behalf of any client.
This was contradicted by (1) Sussman’s testimony to Congress; and (2) Sussman’s own billing records. Sussman’s lawyers acknowledged “they expected him to be indicted.”
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