HUGE DEFEAT FOR HILLARY – Judge DELIVERS Massive Ruling on Hillary Clinton’s Lawyer’s Attempt to Dismiss her Case

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Hillary Clinton suffered a massive defeat as a judge dismissed her lawyer’s attempt to dismiss her case. According to Fox News, “The federal judge presiding over the case of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann denied his request to dismiss the case brought against him by Special Counsel John Durham Wednesday, ordering that the trial go forward as planned next month.”

According to the Conservative Brief, “In a court filing, Cooper outlined the charges against Sussmann brought by the Durham impaneled grand jury last year. Cooper had stated ““Specifically, Sussmann allegedly told Baker that he was not attending the meeting on behalf of any client when, in fact, he had assembled and was conveying the information on behalf of two specific clients: (1) a technology-industry executive named Rodney Joffe and (2) the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign,”

Cooper went on to say ““The FBI opened an investigation based on the information Sussmann provided, but ultimately determined that there was insufficient evidence to support the existence of a communication channel between the Trump campaign and the Russian bank… Sussmann has pled not guilty to the charge and denies lying to the FBI.”

According to the Conservative Brief “Cooper wrote that Sussmann’s “sole argument for dismissal” of his case is that “even taking the allegations in the Indictment as true, his purported misrepresentation to Baker was immaterial as a matter of law and therefore cannot support a conviction” under U.S.C. 1001 – making false statements to a federal agent.”

The Conservative Brief further reported ““The court will deny the motion,” Cooper wrote, noting that the standard for materiality under U.S. code is “whether the statement has ‘a natural tendency to influence, or is capable of influencing, either a discrete decision or any other function of the [government] agency to which it was addressed.”

Cooper then stated “Sussmann seeks to cabin this holding to statements made during the course of an ongoing investigation, but the Court sees no basis for that bright-line divided…

As the Special Counsel argues, it is at least possible that statements made to law enforcement prior to an investigation could materially influence the later trajectory of the investigation. Sussmann offers no legal authority to the contrary.”

After decades of the Clintons’ getting away with mass corruption without any consequences, it is time that they are held accountable!

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