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Is Durham’s Case on Clinton-Tied Lawyer Michael Sussmann Collapsing?

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Michael Sussmann at a Washington Post cybersecurity summit in 2016. (via C-SPAN)

To put it mildly, this is going to be a very tough case for Durham.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE D efense counsel for Michael Sussmann, the former Perkins-Coie lawyer indicted by Russiagate special counsel John Durham for lying to the FBI, now claim that information they have received in pretrial discovery substantially undermines the prosecution’s case.

In the one-count indictment, filed in mid September, Durham alleges that Sussmann misleadingly concealed the identities of his clients when he brought the FBI information that then-presidential candidate Donald Trump was secretly communicating with the Kremlin.

According to the indictment, Sussmann told the bureau’s then-general counsel, James Baker, that he was not representing any client. This is now said to have been false because Sussmann was

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