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Handwritten Notes Add to Evidence of FBI’s RussiaGate Conspiracy

The FBI used omission and lies to conceal evidence that the predicate for the Crossfire Hurricane investigation was falling apart... '

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) The bogus and discredited “Russian Collusion” conspiracy that has plagued Donald Trump since his 2016 election as president continues to falter with new evidence in the form of notes written by officials.

According to the handwritten notes provided by the FBI, one of two conditions prove that the Russian collusion fable was made up by officials to undermine Trump’s election as illegitimate, according to The Federalist.

It either proves that UK intelligence offers leaked information to US agents over their investigation of Trump, or the FBI simply lied.

Both outcomes provide evidence that Russian collusion allegations were nothing more than a farce.

Once decoded, the notes revealed a barrage of lies given to acting Attorney General Dana Boente and other high-ranking DOJ officials. The FBI used omission and lies to conceal evidence that the predicate for the Crossfire Hurricane investigation was falling apart.

The notes frequently reference a “CROWN source” and “CROWN reporting.” The notes do not elaborate on who or what that means. It may either be MI6 spy Christopher Steele (which would prove the FBI lied), or it was just a fabrication (which would prove the FBI built an intricate series of lies).

The handwritten notes were publicly released during the ongoing trial of Michael Sussmann, Hillary Clinton’s former campaign lawyer. He was recently acquitted by a pro-Clinton jury for lying to FBI officials about alleged collusion between Trump and Russia’s Alfa Bank.

FBI cyber analyst Scott Hellman testified that in September 2016 that he immediately knew that there was no evidence of communications between Trump and Russian officials. His testimony was critical in proving collaborations between Trump and Alfa were based on false allegations.

These notes may also void the statute of limitations in this case. While the case occurred over five years ago, “the D.C. Circuit has held that if a defendant engages in a scheme “to falisf[y], conceal[], or cover[]up” material facts, the limitations period does not begin to run until the scheme ends.”

So, those responsible for the coverup may still be held accountable. The ongoing investigation will likely reveal other responsible parties.

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