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F.B.I. Lied To Agents, Told Them The Alfa Bank Claims Came From The DOJ—NOT Sussmann


It’s all coming out now, isn’t it?

The latest reports are damning for senior level officials who were at the helm of the F.B.I. during the peddling of the false Russia collusion narrative.

According to a newly surfaced document, the F.B.I. told its agents that the information regarding the Alfa Bank claims came from the Department of Justice—not Michael Sussmann.

How did this happen, and how are they still denying senior-level involvement in the conspiracy if this is the case?

The information given to them by Sussmann magically relabeled itself as having come from the DOJ? The officials and agents who initially received the information from Sussmann ‘forgot’ where it came from?

Here is the latest development in the ongoing Durham investigation and Sussmann trial:

The New York Post confirmed:

The document, a record of the investigation being opened by agents Curtis Heide and Allison Sands and dated Sept. 23, 2016, did not mention Sussmann as the source of the allegations.

“In that referral, the DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE provided the FBI with a white paper that was produced by an anonymous third party,” the communication said, before adding: “According to the white paper, a U.S.-based server that is owned by the TRUMP ORGANIZATION has been communicating with the Russian-based ALFA BANK organization in Moscow, Russia.”


Washington Examiner had more details:

Those copied on the FBI’s investigative launch document included since-fired agent Peter Strzok, who also authored the opening electronic communication for Crossfire Hurricane in July 2016.

Durham’s 2021 indictment clearly stated, “The FBI had, in fact, initiated an investigation of these allegations in response to a meeting that Michael Sussmann … requested and held with the FBI General Counsel.”

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