A criminal case is proceeding that means bad news for Hillary Clinton.
It could expose the political crime of the century.
And a judge handed down a ruling that is going to expose Hillary Clinton’s darkest secrets.
U.S. District Court Judge Christopher Cooper handed down a ruling allowing special counsel John Durham to proceed with his prosecution of Clinton campaign and Perkins Coie attorney Michael Sussmann.
The Hill exclusively reports:
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that Special Counsel John Durham can proceed with his office’s prosecution against a lawyer with ties to Democrats for making a false statement to the FBI in 2016.
U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper denied a motion from Michael Sussmann to dismiss the single charge against him, which stems from a 2016 meeting with the FBI’s top lawyer to present evidence supposedly linking then-presidential candidate Donald Trump to a Russian bank.
Cooper, who was appointed by former President Obama, said in his decision Wednesday that the legal challenges raised by Sussmann’s lawyers against the Durham indictment may have some merit but cannot be fully ruled on in the pretrial stage.
“The battle lines thus are drawn, but the Court cannot resolve this standoff prior to trial,” the judge wrote in a six-page decision.
While Clinton is not facing criminal charges in this case Durham’s court filings show Durham intends to use this trial to expose how the Clinton campaign and its allies cooked up the Russian collusion hoax.
In previous court filings Durham stated he intended to prove that the Clinton campaign, its agents, and researchers engaged in a “joint venture” and conspiracy to frame Donald Trump for colluding with the Russian government.
Durham is also after documents from the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee, and Perkins Coie.
The Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee argue these documents are protected by attorney-client privilege.
But Durham contended that the Clinton campaign and the DNC funneled money to Perkins Coie to hire ex-Mi5 spy Christopher Steele to put together the now infamous and debunked Steele dossier, and thus involved opposition research and not legal work.
The Federal Election Commission fining the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee more than $100,000 for misreporting payments to Perkins Coie as for legal services as opposed to opposition research bolsters Durham’s case.
For years tens of millions of Americans demanded a full accounting for how the Clinton campaign and the Deep State attempted to smear Donald Trump as a Russian agent and then overthrow him as president.
The Durham investigation is the last opportunity to present the truth.
And thanks to Judge Cooper’s ruling, John Durham will get the opportunity to present what he’s found in court.
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