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FBI lawyer pleads GUILTY to altering email evidence in Trump spying scandal

Posted On: Aug 14, 2020   |   Posted By: RT

FBI lawyer pleads GUILTY to altering email evidence in Trump spying scandal

Former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, an important player in the ‘Russiagate' investigation into President Donald Trump, is the first person to plead guilty in US attorney John Durham's probe of what's been dubbed ‘Spygate.'
Clinesmith was a member of the FBI General Counsel's Office assigned to work on the Crossfire Hurricane probe - the name given to the investigation of claims into Trump's ties with Russia during the 2016 election. His attorney, Justin Shur, told the AP news agency on Friday that Clinesmith intends to plead guilty to one count of making a false statement.
An FBI lawyer pled gully to fabricating evidence against a rival poltical campaign in a FISA warrant application. There is no bigger story today, and yet no bigger story being ignored by legacy media. - Cernovich August 14, 2020
What Clinesmith actually did was alter an email from the CIA to the GCO, in which Trump campaign adviser Carter Page was described as a source for the agency, to say he was not a source - which...

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