(Worthy News) – The judge overseeing the case against Igor Danchenko dealt a series of blows to special counsel John Durham, including ruling he could not use as evidence details from the FBI’s prior counterintelligence investigation into the main source for British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s discredited dossier.
The Tuesday evening ruling by Judge Anthony Trenga followed a lengthy effort by Durham to use a pile of evidence about the Russian-born lawyer, including his alleged links to Russian intelligence, during the trial set to begin next Tuesday.
The judge also denied the special counsel’s request to provide evidence showing Danchenko allegedly misled about the sourcing for the unfounded “pee tape” claims that Steele put into his anti-Trump and Democratic-funded dossier, as well as limited a host of other evidence Durham had sought to show the jury. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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