Skip to comments.Paul Sperry: Another Major Durham Article
Posted on 10/07/2021 11:10:16 PM PDT by bitt
This Time The Focus Is On The Computer Contractors
Paul Sperry’s latest investigative piece on John Durham’s Russia Hoax conspiracy probe is, as usual, information dense. This time around the focus is on the cybersecurity experts that the Clinton campaign—through intermediaries—hired to assemble ‘evidence’ of a nefarious Trump - Russia connection for Michael Sussmann to present to the FBI. The idea being that Sussman would use his contact with FBI General Counsel James Baker to induce the FBI to initiate an investigation of Trump, the existence of which could be leaked to the press weeks before the 2016 election.
Durham Probes Pentagon Computer Contractors in Anti-Trump Conspiracy
For our purposes I want to pull out a few nuggets from Sperry’s article. I refer readers to the article itself for the wealth of information about players who, till now, have largely been in the shadows.
Sperry leads with an overview of the role that the cybersecurity experts played in the conspiracy, and the conduct that Durham is examining with a view to possible criminal charges:
Cybersecurity experts who held lucrative Pentagon and homeland security contracts and high-level security clearances are under investigation for potentially abusing their government privileges to aid a 2016 Clinton campaign plot to falsely link Donald Trump to Russia and trigger an FBI investigation of him and his campaign, according to several sources familiar with the work of Special Counsel John Durham.
Durham is investigating whether they were involved in a scheme to misuse sensitive, nonpublic Internet data, which they had access to through their government contracts, to dredge up derogatory information on Trump on behalf of the Clinton campaign in 2016 and again in 2017, sources say — political dirt that sent FBI investigators on a wild goose chase. Prosecutors are also investigating whether some of the data presented to the FBI was faked or forged.
That last sentence is key. Durham hinted broadly in the Sussmann indictment that he suspects that some of the data in the ‘dossier’ that Sussmann presented to the FBI’s Baker was, in fact, “faked or forged.” The indictment included highly suggestive quotes form conspiratorial communications that would lead any reasonable person to to the belief that the conspirators knew that the documentation presented to the FBI did not support the Trump - Russia narrative. If Durham can show that any part of the data was faked—and one suspects that he wouldn’t have raised that issue in the indictment without a pretty good idea that he could do so—then it’s curtains for anyone who had a hand in it. Their lawyers should be beating a path to Durham’s door and pleading to allow them to cooperate.
perjury? ... or... treason?
Those judges green-lighted the whole operation, Crossfire Hurricane. It shouldn't take John Durham to do the job the FISA court judges are supposed to be doing.
Can we please lock John Solomon and Sean Vanity in a room somewhere until Durham has completed his work?
Very well received piece
Encouraging to read this analysis until option 3 “knee capping” the DOJ prosecution if it goes that far
Yea, it only makes sense that the information was forged, if they know who specifically did it, it is just another brick in the wall.
If the names Rodney Joffe, Neustar Inc, Steven Terrell, Mark Wauck, Lisa Hook, Packet Forensics, April Lorenzen, Zetalytics LLS, Jean Camp, Paul Vixje, David Dagon, Manos Atonikakis, are unfamiliar. They will soon be better known. One clue, Rodney Joffe and Manos Atonikakis are very spooky.
John Durham's getting closer...
So......it was worth the agonizing wait, after all.
So far so good..
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