Professor Andrew Leipold was quoted in the Washington Times in regards to a recent court filing by special counsel John Durham, regarding his investigation of the Russian election interference probe.
According to the Times, Mr. Durham said in the case against Democratic attorney Michael Sussmann that people affiliated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign exploited access to Donald Trump’s internet data to link him to Russia.
“I can’t think of a reason why it would be in his advantage to put this out here like that other than it makes it harder to shut this down,” Mr. Leipold said. “Now people can’t say Durham isn’t doing anything, so just prosecute Sussmann and wrap this up.
“Durham thinks he needs this revelation, but I don’t know why he thinks he needs this to investigate conflict of interest unless he thinks he’s about to get canned,” he said.
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