Clinton Donors On Sussmann Jury In D.C. Are Allowed To Remain

It has come to light that former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, who is on trial for lying to the FBI,  in Washington, D.C., has a compromised jury. This is because it has been learned that as many as three donors to Hillary Clinton’s past presidential campaigns have been allowed to set for the case. It would seem Clinton has the ability to subvert justice with this stacked jury.

The case hinges on the deception, that prosecutors working with Special Counsel John H. Durham, have accused  Sussmann of, in concealing his work for the Clinton campaign when passing along information to the FBI. This intelligence was regarding an alleged link between then-candidate Donald Trump and Russia, by way of the Alfa Bank, a theory regarding Trump that was later found to be false.

Witnesses said this week that Sussmann’s alleged concealment of his position, gave him status as a confidential source. This effectively disallowed FBI agents from asking further questions about the basis for his allegations. The testimony, which has been very damaging to Sussman’s case, including the shocking revelation by former Clinton campaign manager, Robby Mook, that she personally approved the leak of the Alfa Bank theory to the media, may really be an exercise in futility and prove worthless given Clinton’s influence on the jury.

This undermining of the jury, is not supposed to be happening in a court of law here in the United States. A jury is to be made up of impartial citizens who have no connection to the case that they are sitting in judgment over. If Sussman is acquitted, there will always be a question as to whether these jurors were bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton and her campaign cronies. This circumstance makes a mockery out of our justice system by showing partiality to the defense. It is much like having the fox stand guard over the hen house and hoping for the best. Incredibly prejudicial!

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

-Martin Luther King, Jr.

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