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Sussmann Files Motion To Dismiss Durham Case Against Him


The rope is getting tighter and tighter…

All eyes now point to the Clinton campaign in the ongoing Durham investigation, and if we are lucky we may even see arrests made of key figures like Hillary Clinton herself.

Despite the indictments which have already been handed down, former Clinton lawyer Micheal Sussmann has reportedly filed a motion to dismiss the case against him.

Of course he would. wouldn’t he?

Sussmann, who is a lawyer by trade likely knows the ins and outs of any pending legal action against him, but even this may not save him from Durham’s crusade for justice.

When the full weight of evidence is brought forward in the legal proceedings, and the time to start making deals comes, I wonder how loyal Sussmann will be to his former client…

Here’s what we currently know:

The Epoch Times provided more details on Sussmann’s motion:

“Defendant Michael A. Sussmann, by and through undersigned counsel and pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 12(b)(3)(B), respectfully moves this Court to dismiss the Indictment because the single count therein ‘fail[s] to state an offense,’” Sussmann’s lawyers wrote on Feb. 17.

Previously, the former Perkins Coie lawyer pleaded not guilty to charges of lying to the FBI.

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Durham’s response came via Newsmax:

”As an initial matter, defense counsel has presumed the government’s bad faith and asserts that the Special Counsel’s Office intentionally sought to politicize this case, inflame media coverage, and taint the jury pool,” Durham’s filing Thursday read. ”That is simply not true.

”If third parties or members of the media have overstated, understated, or otherwise misinterpreted facts contained in the government’s motion, that does not in any way undermine the valid reasons for the government’s inclusion of this information,” Durham’s latest filing added.


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