Durham's investigation began in May 2019 when former Attorney General William Barr tapped him to look into the origins of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) fabricated allegations regarding Trump's connections to the Russian government. Since then, he has been working hard to uncover any potential corruption involved in the FBI's handling of the case. (Related: Melissa Red Pill: Raid on Russian oligarch's properties first domino to fall that brings down the "corrupt diseased cabal.")
Durham's investigation covers both pre- and post-election matters and some of its highlights include the unmasking of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's fabricated assessment that Russia aided the Trump campaign in 2016.
More recently, Durham stated in a virtual status hearing his intention to call former FBI General Counsel James Baker to testify in the case against Hillary Clinton's former campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, who was recently indicted for lying to the FBI.
According to Durham's indictment, Sussmann contacted Baker in Sept. 2016 to h0ld a meeting with him. He claimed he was not working "for any client" at the time despite being part of Clinton's presidential campaign.
During the meeting, Sussmann presented information that supposedly proved then-candidate Trump's organization had a secret server he and his team used to communicate with Alfa-Bank, a private Russian bank that allegedly has ties to the Kremlin.
Durham's indictment states that Sussmann lied to Baker about his connections to the Clinton campaign and the so-called information he presented to the federal agent. The indictment further indicates that Durham may expand his investigation to bring multiple charges against Sussmann and possibly against other people connected to him.
Durham's team presented the indictment to District Judge Christopher Cooper on Tuesday, Oct. 26. The judge asked both the government and Sussmann's defense to move forward in the discovery process. This phase in the trial could take months because Durham's team provided Sussmann's attorneys with over 6,000 documents totaling up to 81,000 pages of evidence.
These 6,000 documents were presented to the court and Sussmann's team on Oct. 20. Durham's team described the evidence as documents received "in response to grand jury subpoenas issued to 15 separate individuals, entities and organizations – including, among others, political organizations, a university, university researchers, an investigative firm and numerous companies."
Durham's investigation is still ongoing. His next court date with Sussmann is on Dec. 8. Cooper stated that he is giving the defense and Durham enough time to figure out a strategy, but both the defense and the prosecution must come up with a target date for a trial either this year after Dec. 8 or early next year.
Durham and Sussmann's teams have signaled they are aiming for a trial to begin no later than spring 2022.
During her program "Freedom Force Battalion" on Brighteon.TV Wednesday, Oct. 27, Red Pill noted that Durham already has a lot of evidence on decades of malfeasance, corruption, tax evasion and more.
"They have all the evidence in detailed chronological order. This is very encouraging for us. We want this done yesterday, we want all of this done. And we have to be patient and trust the plan," said Red Pill.
"There is zero doubt that Durham and company are going for the whole ball of wax. We're going to take down the entire diseased, corrupt criminal operation. That's what we've got to do. You see what they've done with this election and all that. So there's no other option."
Melissa Red Pill has more to say about Durham's investigation. Watch the Oct. 27 episode of "Freedom Force Battalion" here:
"Freedom Force Battalion" with Melissa Red Pill airs every Wednesday at 11-12 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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