The special counsel John Durham is incredibly high-profile, he has almost never been seen on video or rarely in photos.
In fact, if you tried to search on google there are only 4 to 5 photos exists of Durham.
If you are following Durham’s investigation, you might as well think if John Durham even exists?
Beginning Monday morning in Washington, special counsel John Durham — the prosecutor who was appointed in 2019 by Attorney General William Barr to investigate the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation in the wake of the Mueller report — finally gets to present his case to a jury in federal court.
The defendant is Michael Sussmann, a lawyer who worked at the outside law firm representing the Clinton campaign, and he is facing a single count of lying to the FBI’s top lawyer in the run-up to the election in order to instigate a criminal investigation into Trump.
Below is rare footage of Durham entering the courthouse:
Watch it here: Rumble/Video
Durham started to go viral on Twitter:
Something we don’t see very often…
John Durham out and about pic.twitter.com/rfK4hhoN42
— Suzy (@Suzy_NotSuzy) May 16, 2022
Highlight of my day—looking John Durham in the face and saying: “TEAM DURHAM!”
— The Real Toria Brooke (@realwqnderwqman) May 16, 2022
The trial beginning this week was supposed to be the culmination of an otherwise spotty and languorous investigation, now entering its fourth year.
Prosecutors have alleged that Sussmann lied to then-FBI General Counsel James Baker at a meeting between the two men on Sept. 19, 2016 — during which Sussmann provided several white papers and data to Baker concerning a possible link between computers in Trump Tower and Russia’s Alfa Bank — by stating “falsely that he was not acting on behalf of any client” when, in fact, he was supposedly doing so “on behalf of” both the Clinton campaign and a technology industry executive named Rodney Joffe who hoped to obtain a position in the Clinton administration.
Last year, Durham charged a Russia analyst who was a source for that dossier with lying to the FBI about his own sources of information — among them, a longtime Hillary Clinton supporter. Igor Danchenko has pleaded not guilty. The case is pending and set for trial in October.