The day after his arrest on Thursday, Nov. 4, the Russian analyst, Igor Danchenko, accused of lying in the false case of collusion with Russia, in which the Democrats tried to impeach the then U.S. President, Donald Trump, was released.
Although prosecutors requested that he be electronically surveilled this was not possible due to lack of equipment, and he was subpoenaed on Nov. 10 to answer in the case being pursued by Attorney General John Durham, according to Fox News Nov. 4.
Durham is conducting a multi-year investigation aimed at finding those possibly guilty of initiating the bogus prosecution against Trump in which no evidence was found against him, following a controversial trial spread over two years that cost tens of millions of dollars.
Danchenko is the third of those involved arrested within the case under Durham’s charge, and reportedly provided false information to former British spy Christopher Steele, who was funded by the Democratic National Committee to investigate Trump, then a Republican candidate in 2016.
Durham’s investigation has created many expectations among Americans, who hope that the brains behind that failed impeachment will be uncovered, and there are those who speculate that they would be senior Democratic leaders.
Legal analyst Gregg Jarrett wrote a book about this high-profile case, and in a Nov. 4 article, he argues that Democrats and especially former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are seriously implicated.
Danchenko was: “a Ukrainian-born resident of the United States who worked as a senior research analyst for the Washington, D.C. liberal think tank, Brookings Institution,” Jarrett wrote.
He added: “When the dossier was concocted in 2016, the president of Brookings was Strobe Talbott, a longtime friend and ally of Hillary Clinton. This was hardly a coincidence.”
He also continued, “It was Clinton and her confederates who invented the Russia hoax to frame her opponent with the most noxious offense in America: a treasonous conspiracy with the Kremlin to steal a presidential election.”
And he reiterates, “The Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) financed their illicit scheme by secretly funneling money to Steele, who hired Danchenko as his primary source for the dossier.”
Jarrett also cites declassified documents, according to which “the CIA knew as early as July of 2016 that Clinton had personally approved the devious operation. Shortly thereafter the FBI tracked down Danchenko, who admitted his role and debunked the dossier as little more than a fairy tale.”
Two months before Danchenko’s capture, attorney Michael Sussman, indicted by a federal jury for lying to the FBI during the 2016 campaign, was arrested, The Hill reported.
Also, the first of those involved arrested was former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, who had added false information to a document used in the process of that investigation and accepted his guilt.
It seems that Clinesmith’s guilty plea is just the tip of the iceberg, and it is expected that based on his testimonies, other irregularities, and names of important personalities, who may have intentionally intervened in the attempt to impeach U.S. President Donald Trump, using this fraudulent investigation, will be revealed.