Durham reveals CIA concluded Dems’ Trump-Russia allegation not 'technically possible, 'user created'

Durham stressed the importance of the evidence that the Trump-Russia collusion was allegedly fabricated.
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Donald Trump, CPAC, Oxon Hill, Md. Feb. 29, 2020
Donald Trump, CPAC, Oxon Hill, Md. Feb. 29, 2020
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The CIA determined that data behind Trump-Russia collusion allegations from Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman was "not technically plausible" and was "user created," according to the latest court filing from Special Counsel John Durham.

The 35-page filing responded to Sussmann's defense after they objected to some evidence as being admissible at their client's trial.

Sussman, whose trial is slated to begin next month, faces charges of lying to the FBI about the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, which reportedly has ties to the Kremlin.

Durham wrote in his most recent filling that "the FBI and Agency-2 concluded that the Russian Bank-1 allegations were untrue and unsupported."

"Agency-2" is the CIA. 

"[W]hile the FBI did not reach an ultimate conclusion regarding the data’s accuracy or whether it might have been in whole or in part genuine, spoofed, altered, or fabricated, Agency-2 concluded in early 2017 that the Russian Bank-1 data and Russian Phone Provider-1 data was not 'technically plausible,' did not 'withstand technical scrutiny,' 'contained gaps,' 'conflicted with [itself],' and was 'user created and not machine/tool generated,'" Durham wrote.

"The Special Counsel’s Office has not reached a definitive conclusion in this regard," he added.

Durham stressed the importance of the evidence that the collusion was allegedly fabricated.

He explained that "evidence concerning the steps the FBI and Agency-2 took to investigate these matters is critical to establishing materiality because it will enable the jury to evaluate those steps which, in turn, will inform their conclusions about whether the defendant’s alleged false statement was material and could tend to influence or impair government functions."

For the first time earlier this month, Durham called the Democratic allegations a "joint venture" conspiracy against Trump, Just the News reported.