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An attorney for the co-founder of opposition research firm Fusion GPS revealed during a closed-door interview this summer with congressional investigators that “somebody's already been killed” as a result of the publication of the anti-Trump dossier.
The statement was contained in a 312-page transcript of Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson's August interview with committee investigators, released unilaterally Tuesday by Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.
The release itself provoked controversy, with an aide to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, calling it “confounding” for Feinstein to drop the transcript in the “middle of an ongoing investigation.”
Among the many revelations in the document, though, is the claim from Simpson's attorney that someone died because the dossier -- which was commissioned by Fusion GPS -- was publicly released.
Who would kill over the dossier, and what in the world explains Feinstein's inexplicable actions?
Former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele compiled a dossier on allegations of links between President Trump and Russia. Seeing as Britain is a highly capable intelligence partner of the United States and that Russia is one of our foremost adversaries, it is of the absolute utmost importance that Steele's sources be protected.
Their anger is understandable, but Republicans must stop pushing for more information on the sources behind the so-called Trump dossier.
There are many who believe it is an entirely fabricated and politically motivated attack by the Clinton campaign,
originally posted by: JBurns
Based on further investigation, it appears to be a Democratic ploy exit strategy. Realizing their Mueller efforts will fail to ouster Trump, they've turned to cover their six......
It is clear they intend to use this as a way to bow gracefully out of the anti-Trump Russian hysterics.