Special Counsel John Durham is back in the saddle.
After taking a devastating but expected loss in the case against a Clinton attorney, Durham just requested more than two dozen subpoenas for the upcoming trial.
These subpoenas are related to the trial of Igor Danchenko, the Russian national accused of lying, which is set to start in mid-October.
Get Them in Here
The names of those subpoenaed were not released, but it does appear that Durham is leaving no stone unturned in this case.
Danchenko has been charged with five counts of making false statements to the FBI during the investigation.
If reports are accurate, Danchenko was the sub-source for Christopher Steele, the author of the Steele Dossier.
Durham’s office, in a statement last year, stated, “The information purportedly conveyed by the anonymous caller included the allegation that there were communications ongoing between the Trump campaign and Russian officials and that the caller had indicated the Kremlin might be of help in getting Trump elected.”
Regardless of Durham’s case, he faces an uphill battle with a liberal judge and a liberal jury in DC.
His case against Michael Sussmann seemed to be an open and shut case, but the jury took little more than a coffee break to let Sussmann off the hook.
If Danchenko gets off as well, I suspect Kevin Clinesmith will feel like an idiot.
Clinesmith is the only one charged to this point that pleaded guilty to the charges filed against him.
Source: Fox News