Joe Biden Has Chosen A US Attorney As A Nominee To Replace John Durham In Connecticut, “Criminal Investigation … That Began Ahead Of The Former President’s 2016 Election Victory.”

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President Joe Biden has chosen a replacement for John Durham as U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut, even as he continues his criminal inquiry into the beginnings of the Trump-Russia investigation, which began before the former president’s 2016 election victory. According to the Washington Examiner, Biden has chosen Vanessa Avery, “who has served as chief of the Division of Enforcement and Public Protection at the Connecticut attorney general’s office since 2021 and as an assistant attorney general in that office since 2019,” citing a White House press release. If approved, she will be the state’s first black female federal prosecutor, according to Fox 61.

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Avery was one of six nominees to become United States Attorneys in various state jurisdictions around the country, according to the White House release. According to a White House news release, “these persons were chosen for their dedication to enforcing the law, knowledge, experience, and qualifications in this field, enthusiasm for attaining equal justice for all, and commitment to the independence of the Department of Justice.” Durham’s name has been mentioned a few times since he was appointed as a special prosecutor by then-Attorney General William Barr, both in connection with indictments or plea deals involving, so far, only minor players in the so-called “Russiagate” probe. Durham’s next target, according to investigative journalist John Solomon, might be the FBI.

Solomon and Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo discussed Durham’s inquiry and what may happen next during an interview. Igor Danchenko, a Russian-born analyst who was a significant source for the Steele dossier alleging links between the Trump campaign and Russia, was detained by federal authorities last month as part of the Durham investigation. Durham, according to Solomon, is dealing with “two buckets.” The latest two indictments against officials related to Hillary Clinton and their scheme to feed the FBI false information about the Trump-Russia conspiracy are in one “bucket.” The other “bucket” focuses on the FBI and whether agents willfully misled the FISA court in order to acquire warrants to eavesdrop on members of Trump’s 2016 campaign, according to Solomon.

The Examiner gave further details about Durham and Biden’s replacement: Durham announced his departure as United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut in late February 2021, although he will remain at the Justice Department as a special counsel while investigating the origins of the Russia investigation, which he has handled since the spring of 2019. On March 1, 2021, Leonard Boyle was named acting United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and on December 26, 2021, he was appointed interim United States Attorney. From 2004 to 2005, Avery served as a trial attorney in the Justice Department’s Commercial Litigation Branch of the Civil Division, and from 1999 to 2003, he was a member of Cummings & Lockwood LLC’s Hartford Trial Group.

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