Could this be the very detail which takes down Hillary Clinton?
A recent court filing has revealed text messages allegedly sent by Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann, which indicate that he approached the F.B.I. claiming that he was not working for a client, and wanted to share ‘sensitive’ information.
Special Counsel Durham alleges that this was a lie because Sussmann was, in fact, working for the Clinton campaign at the time—a fact public and well known.
Sussmann’s trial is set to begin in May, and we will continue to bring you any updates as they happen.
Here is the latest development in the Durham investigation:
Durham Filing: Text Message Implicates Hillary Clinton Campaign in ‘Conspiracy’
The text message is being described as a “smoking gun” by some observers…
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Just The News featured these messages allegedly sent from Sussmann:
“Jim – it’s Michael Sussmann. I have something time-sensitive (and sensitive) I need to discuss,” Sussmann texted Baker on Sept. 18, 2016, according to the new court filing.
“Do you have availability for a short meeting tomorrow? I’m coming on my own – not on behalf of a client or company – want to help the Bureau. Thanks.”
Prosecutors said the text message will become essential evidence at trial to show Sussmann lied to the FBI.
DEVELOPING: Special counsel John Durham may have uncovered a smoking gun in the government's case against Michael Sussmann when he published documents Monday night that show that Sussmann texted the FBI general counsel's personal cellphone, saying he was not working "on behalf of pic.twitter.com/WHcE7oxFVs
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Durham’s filing also seeks to admit emails that include the Clinton campaign in the effort to substantiate the Alfa Bank hoax.
These emails could be considered inadmissible hearsay, but Durham explains that they are not being used to establish the truth of the emails, but rather that there was a “conspiracy” between Sussmann, the Clinton campaign, and others.