Durham Unloads Massive Case Against Corrupt Hillary

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) is apparently preparing to produce a “large volume” of classified materials and documents this week pertaining to the corrupt ‘Russiagate’ case.

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“…the government will produce a large volume of classified discovery this week, “special counsel John Durham wrote in a Tuesday court filing.

According to the court documents, Durham, who made the revelation in a Tuesday filing, as described by Conservative brief, the filing was for the purpose of asking a federal judge to extend a deadline for the production of classified discovery.

The request was made in compliance with the Classified Information Procedures Act, a statute outlining the manner in which classified documents must be protected in criminal cases.

“To date, the government has produced over 60,000 documents in unclassified discovery. A portion of these documents were originally marked ‘classified’ and the government has worked with the appropriate declassification authorities to produce the documents in an unclassified format,” Durham said in the filing submitted to the federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Durham claimed he needs more time due to agency personnel currently being involved in issues that relate to Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine.

“However, recent world events in Ukraine have contributed to delays in the production of classified discovery. The officials preparing and reviewing the documents at the FBI and intelligence agencies are heavily engaged in matters related to Ukraine,” Durham added.

“Nevertheless, the government will produce a large volume of classified discovery this week and will continue its efforts to produce documents in classified discovery on a rolling basis, and no later than the proposed deadlines set forth below,” Durham wrote.

Speculation about the future document dump by George Papadopoulos, was that the consequences of the dump would be painful for the people involved with framing him, during the Russiagate scandal.

“This development changes everything. Things just got very bad for Christopher Steele,” Papadopoulos posted in reaction to the news of Durham’s document drop.


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What Papadoupolus is referring to is based on his experience and knowledge of Danchenko’s role in the scandal.

As reported in 2021, about Danchenko’s ties to the 2016 campaign of Hillary Clinton, by the Washington Examiner:

The Justice Department and the FBI continued defending their use of information from Christopher Steele’s main source, Igor Danchenko, even after interviews with the bureau during which special counsel John Durham says the Russian lied repeatedly.

Danchenko, a U.S.-based and Russian-born researcher, was charged “with five counts of making false statements to the FBI” that Durham claims he made about the information he provided to Steele for the dossier. The Durham indictment stated Danchenko lied to the FBI five times in 2017. He pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.

Danchenko, signed a waiver in December agreeing to be defended by the same law firm representing members of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign despite a conflict of interest concerns raised by Durham.

The DOJ and the FBI defended the credibility of the highly questionable Steele dossier and the source of the false information as far back as 2018, the exact same time that Danchenko was said to have lied to the intel groups – as they were in the middle of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

Conservative Brief reported:

“Then-assistant Attorney General John Demers told Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Judge Rosemary Collyer in a July 2018 letter that Danchenko had been “truthful and cooperative” with the FBI. The DOJ official also defended the flawed FISA applications against Trump campaign associate Carter Page,” The Examiner reported.

According to Durham’s false statements charges, he anonymously sourced a claim about Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort to longtime Clinton ally Chuck Dolan, who spent many years, including 2016, doing work for Russian businesses and the Russian government.

In a report released in December 2019, Justice Dept. Inspector General Michael Horowitz concluded that the Steele dossier played a “central and essential” role in the FBI’s decision to launch a counterintelligence operation against the 2016 Trump campaign.

That included efforts to obtain wiretap orders against former Trump campaign associate Carter Page — efforts that were ultimately successful, but only after “serious missteps and errors” which included concealing “potentially exculpatory information from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court,” the Washington Examiner reported.

In addition, Horowitz also said that Danchenko undermined Steele’s unfounded claims of a “well-developed conspiracy” between Trump and Russia, though as recently as this month, Steele continues to defend his now-discredited dossier.

He appeared at a discussion at Oxford Union last week, which followed an appearance as a Russian analyst on the BBC days earlier.

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The connections between the players of the Russiagate scandal may really be coming to light after the anticipated Durham drop.

The same Fiona Hill who is front in center for Ukraine and Russia conflict.

The players never seem to change, only the scandals seem different. A new day, a new target for the same group of Government officeholders.