Durham investigation takes new twist, some in Clinton circle may be ‘flipping’ on Sussmann

Michael Sussmann, the former Hillary Clinton campaign attorney indicted by Special Counsel John Durham, looks like he’s going to have a rough year ahead.

As RedState noted, Sussmann’s legal defense team was recently rejected in their motion to have a judge dismiss the case, meaning that this party is just getting started, including reports that many in the nasty Clinton circle might be “flipping.” 

Sussmann, who’s been charged with lying to the FBI, barring any further disruption or postponement, will begin his trial on May 16. This could bring a whole new level of unwanted attention not only to Sussmann, but perhaps to Clinton-connected people who might be a little extra nervous right about now.

Reportedly, some of those involved, but not named, in Durham’s latest court filing, have received “immunity” for various exchanges of services.


One example of those involved in the investigation flipping on Sussman for immunity includes several unnamed individuals, such as “Researcher-2.”

“Durham says that the government immunized Researcher-2 because ‘at least five other witnesses who conducted work relating to the Russia Bank-1 allegations invoked (or indicated their intent to invoke) their right against self-incrimination,'” RedState noted.

Durham also said they will be seeking immunity for a person employed at the “U.S. investigative firm” (Fusion GPS),” the outlet added, calling such a revelation “fascinating,” as that could mean a connection to information surrounding Christopher Steele and the hoax dossier.


In the latest bombshell, according to the New York Post, Durham added in a recent court filing “that the CIA concluded data from Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann alleging coordination between Donald Trump and Russia was “’not technically plausible’ and was ‘user created.'”

“In his filing Friday, Durham says the government expects to ‘adduce evidence at trial’ that will reflect that the FBI and the CIA concluded that the Russian Bank 1 allegations were untrue and unsupported,” the Post added.

While many have criticized Durham for taking years to complete the investigation, it appears as if the dividends could soon begin to pay off as more Clinton-connected operatives feel the walls closing in.

Only time will tell if Clinton herself gets tangled up in the net, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility at this point.

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