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Durham Investigation: FBI Employee Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Story Is A Durham Suspect


Who would have guessed?

The same F.B.I. employee who suppressed any and all evidence relating to Hunter Biden is also one of the subjects in the ongoing Durham investigation.

Auten is alleged to be at the center of the debunked Steele Dossier—he was the mystery source cited in that document.

In fact, Auten seems to turn up at every single juncture in the ongoing Russiagate hoax investigation, and he was previously mentioned in a landmark report on FISA abuse from the current Inspector General, Michael Horowitz.

If I had one piece of advice for Auten, it would be to seek legal counsel—good legal counsel.

Here are the latest developments:

According to Inspector General Michael Horowitz via Washington Examiner:

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“We believe the Supervisory Intel Analyst … should have noticed and advised others about the conflicting information, given he participated in the January 2017 Primary Sub-source [Danchenko] interview, helped supervise the team’s evaluation of the Steele reporting, and played a supportive role in the preparation of the prior FISA applications,” Horowitz concluded in his report.


Real Clear Investigations provided more insight on Auten:

The top analyst assigned to the FBI’s Russia “collusion” case, codenamed Crossfire Hurricane, admitted under oath that neither he nor his team of half a dozen intelligence analysts could confirm any of the allegations in the dossier — including ones the FBI nonetheless included in several warrant applications as evidence to establish legal grounds to electronically monitor a former Trump adviser for almost a year.


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