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  • Conflict Of Interest? Obama-Appointed Russiagate Judge Married To Lisa Page’s Lawyer, Knew Sussmann

    05/16/2022 9:20:28 AM PDT · by blam · 28 replies
    Zubu Brothers ^ | 5-16-2022
    As the trial against Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann begins, questions have emerged over the judge’s apparent conflicts of interest.,/A>Judge Christopher “Casey” CooperIn additional to having been “professional acquaintances” with the defendant, US District Judge Christopher “Casey” Cooper, an Obama appointee (who was on Obama’s transition team), is married to lawyer Amy Jeffress who’s representing key ‘Russiagate’ figure Lisa Page in her lawsuit against the FBI. Jeffress also served as a top aide to former Attorney General Eric Holder, while current Attorney General Merrick Garland presided over the 1999 wedding of Cooper and Jeffress. Amy JeffressIn a Wednesday Zoom call,...
  • REMINDER: Judge in Sussmann Trial is Married to Lisa Page’s Lawyer

    05/13/2022 8:16:31 PM PDT · by Macho MAGA Man · 18 replies
    Conservative Treehouse ^ | May 13, 2022 | Sundance
    Just a brief reminder as you review the decisions in the pre-trial motions for the case against Clinton Lawyer Michael Sussman. It is worth remembering that Judge Christopher Cooper is married to Amy Jeffries, Lisa Page’s lawyer. Additionally, Judge Cooper and Michael Sussmann both worked in the DOJ together. When he was selected as judge in the Sussmann trial, Cooper revealed the potential conflict of interest in the event the Durham prosecution wanted him to recuse himself from the case. Special Prosecutor John Durham did not ask Judge Cooper to recuse himself.
  • Where Things Stand With John Durham’s Probe

    04/24/2022 1:51:59 PM PDT · by Phoenix8 · 35 replies
    The Epoch Times ^ | 4/22/2022 | Svab
    Cases handled by special counsel John Durham have produced a flurry of notable discoveries that shed more light on the sprawling yearslong investigation. Durham so far has three indictments and one guilty plea under his belt, with some indications that there may be more in the pipeline. Durham was tasked around March-May 2019 with reviewing the 2016-2017 FBI investigation of alleged nefarious ties between candidate and later President Donald Trump and Russia. In October 2020, then-Attorney General William Barr appointed Durham a special counsel. In February 2021, Durham resigned his position as a federal prosecutor after 35 years with the...
  • CIA Notes Confirm US Intelligence Officials Targeted Trump After He Was Elected — Ran a Coup on President Trump While in Office

    04/16/2022 12:53:46 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 45 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | April 16, 2022 at 10:17am | Jim Hoft
    For years now The Gateway Pundit has reported on the attempted coup against President Trump and his administration. We now know that this coup was real and involved several intelligence officials as well as the Hillary Clinton Campaign, Barack Obama, Joe Biden with the undying support from the fake news mainstream media. Now they are caught. Any other human being would have folded under the pressure. Not President Donald Trump. He was harassed, attacked and smeared his entire presidency by thousands of Democrats and the far left media complex. But he never folded. He excelled with record economic numbers, historic...
  • Trump sues Hillary Clinton, DNC over Russian collusion allegations

    03/24/2022 11:31:29 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 144 replies
    The hill ^ | 03/24/2022 | Caroline Vakil
    Former President Trump is suing Hillary Clinton, the Democratic National Committee (DNC), White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan and several others over allegations that his 2016 campaign colluded with Russia. “The actions taken in furtherance of their scheme — falsifying evidence, deceiving law enforcement, and exploiting access to highly-sensitive data sources — are so outrageous, subversive and incendiary that even the events of Watergate pale in comparison,” a complaint filed Thursday said.
  • Judge in Sussmann case has high-level Democratic connections (Durham case)

    02/14/2022 8:32:23 PM PST · by AnthonySoprano · 23 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 9/20/21 | Kerry Picket
    Mr. Sussmann will face a trial judge who appears to have background connections to the FBI‘s original Russia investigation. U.S. District Court Judge Christopher Cooper, who is overseeing the case against Mr. Sussmann, is married to attorney Amy Jefress, who represented former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, Just The News first reported Monday. Ms. Page was a top lawyer on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team in the FBI‘s Trump-Russia investigation, and became best known for anti-Trump tweets to her former paramour, now former FBI agent Peter Strzok. “It seems the two-tiered system of justice continues — how can a judge oversee...
  • Durham Court Filing Reveals DOJ Inspector General Horowitz Withheld Key Evidence From Special Counsel

    01/28/2022 1:01:46 PM PST · by Red Badger · 69 replies
    https://www.theepochtimes.com ^ | January 28, 2022 | By Jeff Carlson and Hans Mahncke
    A new court filing by special counsel John Durham reveals that Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General Michael Horowitz concealed crucial information from Durham in connection with the ongoing prosecution of Michael Sussmann, a former attorney to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. The filing also reveals that Horowitz failed to disclose that his office is in possession of two cellphones used by former FBI general counsel James Baker. The phones may contain information that’s important to the Sussmann case, as well as to a separate criminal leak investigation of Baker that Durham personally conducted between 2017 and 2019. Horowitz first...
  • Will judge in Sussmann case consider recusal after wife represented Lisa Page?

    09/23/2021 11:32:56 AM PDT · by bitt · 22 replies
    foxnews.com ^ | 9/23/2021 | fred lucas
    U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper has previously said he knew Sussmann in the 1990s The judge in the case of recently indicted Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann is married to the lawyer who represented a disgraced former FBI official that worked on the Donald Trump-Russia probe that Sussmann played some role in advancing. U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper of the District of Columbia, who is presiding over the Sussmann case, is married to lawyer Amy Jeffress, who represented FBI lawyer Lisa Page in a civil case. Cooper, an Obama-appointee, and Jeffress, a former top aide to Attorney General Eric Holder, are...
  • The Inside Story of How Spygate Was Uncovered — Lead Investigator Kash Patel Speaks Out For First Time…(44 minuite video)

    03/20/2021 5:16:49 PM PDT · by Beave Meister · 19 replies
    Citizen Free Press ^ | 3/20/2021 | Kane
    In this exclusive interview, we sit down with Kash Patel, a former Obama-era DOJ prosecutor, who was essential in uncovering the Spygate scandal. Personally recruited by Congressman Devin Nunes, he spearheaded the investigation into the FBI’s handling of the Russia probe. And later as Principal Deputy to the Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell, he pushed forward the release of numerous documents, transcripts, and text messages—so the American people could finally see it all for themselves. What was it like to spearhead this investigation, facing obstacles at every turn?
  • FBI's cozy relations with reporters often backfired, ending with inaccurate scandal stories

    03/07/2021 5:45:43 PM PST · by ransomnote · 18 replies
    justthenews.com ^ | John Solomon
    Afew weeks after Donald Trump won the White House, senior officials inside the FBI had their latest heartburn about the news media's coverage of a burgeoning Russia collusion controversy and the lingering Hillary Clinton email scandal.The bureau had recently terminated its primary informant in the Russia probe Christopher Steele for leaking, and several of its leads about Russia-Trump collusion were falling apart. And inaccurate stories about the two biggest scandals in Washington were cropping up everywhere, even when FBI officials tried to work with reporters."Yes, the headline is REALLY misleading," then-FBI deputy counsel Lisa Page wrote a colleague in a...
  • Why the Sentencing of Kevin Clinesmith is an Insult to America

    02/02/2021 9:29:50 AM PST · by Kaslin · 19 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 2, 2021 | Cliff Nichols
    Transcending even the importance of the very good question, “Where is Hunter?” is today’s reemergence of the following far more significant question that for many Americans has now lingered for much too long: “Where the hell is Durham?” For those who understandably may have forgotten, Durham is the federal prosecutor whose only available photo appears to be the one infrequently shown on the evening news bearing a facial expression that resembles the scowl of a pissed-off gopher. But, if this isn’t enough to jog your memory, he’s the guy who was appointed, now several years ago, by the recently departed...
  • Declassified memos detail effort to get McCabe to step aside in Russia probe over conflict

    01/24/2021 8:48:12 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 9 replies
    Just the News.com ^ | 1/24/2021 | John Solomon
    As Robert Mueller was ramping up his Russia collusion probe in spring 2017, then-acting Director Andrew McCabe was summoned to the Justice Department for a high-level Sunday morning meeting led by then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. McCabe showed up thinking it was a "coordination and logistics issues" meeting for the new special counsel probe, but soon he found he himself was to be the subject of discussion, according to newly declassified notes that McCabe recorded of the gathering. Rosenstein wanted McCabe to recuse himself as FBI director from the Russia probe because McCabe's wife had run for office in 2015...
  • Bill Barr Admits Plan To Topple Trump Administration

    12/21/2020 5:41:22 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 76 replies
    Populist Press ^ | 12/21/2020
    During an interview last week, Attorney General William Barr gave an update on the criminal investigation into the origin of the Obama-era FBI counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign, saying that a “willful if small group of people” were involved in an attempt to “topple” the Trump administration.Barr made the remarks in an interview with Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel in which he noted that he was “in a position in life where I can do the right thing and not really care about the consequences.”Strassel wrote:He reminds me why he took the job in the first place: “The...
  • New Biden Corruption Documents! [Weekly Update]

    10/30/2020 4:25:43 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 4 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | October 30, 2020 | Tom Fitton
    Justice Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation a Victory for the U.S. Constitution. Biden ‘Unmasked’ General Flynn – Judicial Watch Sues for Answers Burisma Lobbying Firm Tied to Democrats Met with U.S. Officials New Strzok-Page Emails Show ‘Missing’ Meeting Entries Overwhelming Majority of MS-13 Defendants are in U.S. Illegally New Judicial Watch Book Set to Debut on New York Times Best Seller List! Justice Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation a Victory for the U.S. Constitution. Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation as a United States Supreme Court justice is a great victory for the U.S. Constitution. It is another great victory for constitutional...
  • Former New York City accountant who admitted aiding al Qaeda to be released from prison early

    10/27/2020 5:08:27 PM PDT · by xomething · 10 replies
    reuters ^ | 10/27/2020 | Jonathan Stempel
    A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday ordered that a former New York City accountant who admitted to scoping out the New York Stock Exchange for al Qaeda be released early from his 18-year prison sentence. U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood said Sabirhan Hasanoff, 44, of Brooklyn, had shown “extraordinary and compelling” reasons for being resentenced to time served under a law allowing the early “compassionate release” of some prison inmates. Wood, who sentenced Hasanoff in 2013, cited evidence he was the only available caregiver for his mother, who is in poor health, and his “striking and unique efforts” to rehabilitate...
  • Judicial Watch: New Strzok-Page Emails Show ‘Missing’ Meeting Entries

    10/27/2020 5:03:41 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 12 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | OCTOBER 26, 2020 | Judicial Watch
    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it received 163 pages of emails between former FBI official Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page. The records show that Microsoft Outlook’s exchange server had to recreate multiple meetings that were “missing” from Lisa Page’s initial calendar entries. These missing meetings included the subjects “Going Dark Strategy Meeting,” “Twitter,” and “702 Reauthorization Strategy Coordination Bi-Weekly.” The records were produced in response to Judicial Watch’s January 2018 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed after the DOJ failed to respond to a December 2017 request for all communications between Strzok and...
  • Here Are The Biggest Cases Amy Coney Barrett Will Help Decide On The Supreme Court This Term

    10/26/2020 10:30:28 AM PDT · by BeauBo · 22 replies
    Forbes ^ | Oct 26, 2020 | Alison Durkee
    Once she joins the court, she’ll provide a crucial vote in a Supreme Court term that will cover everything from voting rights and healthcare to immigration and LGBTQ discrimination. Here are the biggest cases coming up after Barrett’s likely confirmation: 2020 Election: (mail-in voting deadlines in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and North Carolina; dozens of voting rights lawsuits are still playing out in lower courts, and any post-election disputes that arise) Voting Rights: (ballot harvesting) LGBTQ/Religious Discrimination: (religious exemption) Health Care: (whether the Affordable Care Act should be struck down). U.S. Census (excluding illegals from Congressional apportionment Mueller Report Materials: (whether House...
  • British judge orders Christopher Steele to pay damages to Russian bankers named in dossier

    07/09/2020 7:23:56 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 8 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 07 08 2020 | Jerry Dunleavy, Justice Department Reporter
    A court in the United Kingdom ordered British ex-spy Christopher Steele to pay thousands in damages to two Russian bankers named in the former MI6 agent’s dossier as having “illicit” financial ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Justice Warby of the Queen’s Bench Division of the British High Court of Justice presided over a weeklong March hearing in the defamation lawsuit brought by the owners of Russia’s Alfa Bank, Petr Aven, Mikhail Fridman, and German Khan, against Orbis Business Intelligence, Steele’s private intelligence firm through which he conducted research in 2016 for Fusion GPS through the Perkins Coie law firm...
  • Orbis: Perkins Coie Engaged FusionGPS to Provide Information to Challenge 2016 Election Validity

    06/14/2020 1:04:52 PM PDT · by Hoosier-Daddy · 9 replies
    UncoverDC.com ^ | June 14, 2020 | Tracy Beanz
    In UK court paper, Steele firm Orbis claims Perkins Coie engaged FusionGPS to provide information on Russian interference in order to challenge 2016 election results Elias, in recently declassified testimony by the DNI obfuscates reason for hiring FusionGPS, but does not slam the door on early discussions of Russian interference Elias met with Steele, Simpson and others in late September/early October of 2016 to discuss work completed for FusionGPS and Elias Elias admits he was aware of leaks of dossier to press, and allowed those leaks to occur There is an ongoing defamation lawsuit between Alfa Bank principles Mikhail Fridman,...
  • Dershowitz: If Mueller Knew He Couldn't Indict The President, Why Did We Have A Special Counsel?

    06/06/2019 4:32:08 PM PDT · by SJackson · 21 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | June 2, 2019 | Tim Hains
    In an interview with FOX News Channel's "MediaBuzz" host Howard Kurtz, professor emeritus at Harvard Law School Alan Dershowitz weighed in on the conclusion of the Mueller investigation and wondered if Mueller "knew he could not indict a sitting president under Justice Department regulations," "why did we have a special counsel at all?" HOWARD KURTZ, FOX NEWS: Joining us now is Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law professor who wrote the introduction to the Mueller report, the final report of the special counsel into Donald Trump, Russia, and collusion. Let me ask how the media have covered Robert Mueller, especially in...