It appears that former Clinton attorney Michael Sussman may have left a paper trail when he charged the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton for a meeting in which he lied to the FBI.
The new revelation came to light during the trial of Sussman, who has been charged with lying to the FBI in relation to the campaign.
According to a report by FOX News, “On the bill, also dated Sept. 19, 2016, the Clinton campaign is listed as the client, the time is listed as 3.3 hours, and the memo states: ‘work and communications regarding confidential project.’ Other testimony revealed Sussmann charged approximately $800 per hour.”
During the cross-examination, the attorney for the Defense noted that there is no definitive wording on the receipt in question that the charge is for the FBI meeting.
The prosecution also unveiled another receipt from a Staples near Perkins Coie in Washington, D.C., from Sept. 13, 2016. The receipt was for a two pack of flash drives. That’s the same number of flash drives were used to deliver the fake data to the FBI to convince them that former President Trump was receiving directions from Russian Alfa Bank through secret coded microtransactions.
The trial is being headed by Special Investigator John Durham, who was appointed by former Trump Attorney General Bill Barr to investigate illegal activity by the Democrats and Clinton campaign during the 2016 Presidential election.
So far the trial has heard from top Clinton executives including campaign manager Robby Mook, who testified that Hillary Clinton herself gave the go-ahead to release the aforementioned data to the FBI.
It looks like all roads in this case lead back to Hillary Clinton at the end of the day. Do you think all of this evidence will finally lead to a conviction of the former Secretary of State or will someone else take the fall?