Special Counsel John Durham, in his much-anticipated appearance Wednesday before the House Judiciary Committee, came off as a humble and stoic presence on the stand.
From Barry B: Mike, whatever happened to the Durham Report, that generated a lot of false hope and excitement? Is it dead and buried, or is it buried and now dead?
PART 1: “The Case of the Missing Witness”: a Danchenko trial follow-up...
In today’s news that shouldn’t be news to anyone, “dossier” source Igor Danchenko was acquitted Tuesday on all four counts of lying to the FBI by a jury in Alexandria, Virginia.
The Danchenko case went to the jury, a 12-member panel at the federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, on Monday after Special Counsel John Durham offered closing arguments blasting the FBI.
By the time you read this, a verdict might already be in for the Igor Danchenko case. Witness testimony has concluded, and essentially all that’s left are closing statements and jury deliberations.
Last week, we scratched our heads along with legal analyst Margot Cleveland over why Special Counsel John Durham would cling to the narrative that the FBI was duped by liars such as Michael Sussmann and Igor Danchenko, when doing so was hurting his own prosecution.