Fusion GPS must hand over docs to Durham, but he can’t use them at trial


(Worthy News) – The judge in the case against Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann ruled that John Durham’s team may review two dozen emails improperly withheld following Clinton campaign claims of attorney-client privilege — but the cannot use the records at next week’s trial.

Sussmann was indicted on charges of concealing his clients, the Clinton campaign and tech executive Rodney Joffe, from general counsel James Baker when he pushed eventually debunked claims of a secret back channel between the Organization and ’s Alfa-Bank.

Judge Christopher Cooper agreed to review more than three dozen records from the opposition research firm Fusion GPS to see if they had been improperly concealed. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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