Special Counsel John Durham Files Supplement to Unseal 38 Documents

New documents made public by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) reveal that Hillary Clinton’s campaign payments to Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on Donald Trump were not considered legal expenses. These documents destroy the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Clinton campaign’s attempts to hide behind attorney-client privilege in special counsel John Durham’s criminal case against former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann.

Sussmann,  who is awaiting trial in a D.C. federal court on the charge that he made a false statement to former FBI General Counsel James Baker, is currently fighting to keep prosecutors from seeing 38 documents withheld from the grand jury based on claims of attorney-client privilege.

In April, Durham’s team filed a motion to compel those with the documents to provide them to the court to allow the judge to assess, in-camera, whether they were properly withheld. However, following Sussmann’s opposition to the in-camera review to keep the documents sealed more of Clinton’s lackeys followed suit. Last week, the trial court granted the flurry of motions to intervene, authorizing tech executive Rodney Joffe, Fusion GPS, Perkins Coie, the DNC, and the Clinton campaign to file briefs opposing the disclosure of the documents, according to The Federalist.

On Wednesday, the court is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the special counsel’s motion and decide whether the 38 documents must be turned over.

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