Hillary Isn’t Out Of The Woods Yet Durham Shakes Up Former Campaign Workers With Legal Notice

Hillary and her buddies aren’t out of the woods yet.

A new legal filing by special prosecutor John Durham has shaken up former campaign workers.

Catherine Herridge from CBS has reported that a new Durham filing indicates Clinton campaign workers as well as multiple former employees have a “matter” before the Special Counsel. Those employees are in addition “of the defendant (Danchenko), a separate lawyer at the firm is currently representing the…“Clinton Campaign” as well as.”

Former Trump official John Rattcliffe said, “I continue to think there will be many indictments based on the intelligence that I gave to John Durham and that I have seen.”

“When I became the director of national intelligence, I said, ‘Listen, I want to see all of the intelligence about this supposed Russian collusion,’ Ratcliffe told Fox News during an interview.

“What I found was, and as you’re finding out, is there was, of course, no Russian collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, but what I did see in intelligence documents, some of which I’ve now declassified, that there was collusion involving the Clinton campaign and Russians to create a dossier,” he added.

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“I declassified the documents that we’ve talked about, but I gave John Durham over 1,000 other documents that have not yet been declassified that I know, including intelligence that goes specifically to this criminal activity that would be the basis for further indictments,” Ratcliffe concluded.

Recently, Durham dropped a 91,000 document bomb on Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman who has been charged with giving the FBI fake evidence tying Trump to Russian banks during the 2016 campaign season.

Sussman is claiming that he was not working for any entity when he met with the FBI however, Durham has 91,000 pages of documents to counter the claim.

In a court filing Durham said:

“As the defendant is aware from discovery, both of those interviews occurred years after the events in question, and Mr. Baker made these statements before he had the opportunity to refresh his recollection with contemporaneous or near-contemporaneous notes that have been provided to the defense in discovery.”

“Indeed, the defendant’s motion entirely ignores law enforcement reports of Mr. Baker’s subsequent three interviews with the Special Counsel’s Office in which he affirmed and then re-affirmed his now-clear recollection of the defendant’s false statement.”

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