Steele Dossier: Danchenko Pleads Not Guilty

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If I were any of the people involved in the Russia collusion hoax I would be shaking in my boots right now….

John Durham kept his promise, charges have been pressed, and arrests have been made. We are beginning to see justice being levied, and a long web of lies coming undone.

Igor Danchenko was recently arrested for his role in the Russia hoax; specifically, for lying to The F.B.I, and his legal proceedings have just begun.

He of course entered a plea of “not guilty”, as any other human being would when faced with extremely serious charges of any nature, and we don’t yet know whether or not the court will find him guilty…

That being said, I think everyone knows what I think about the question of his guilt or innocence….

Here’s what we currently know:


Fox News provided a summary of the charges:

Durham charged Danchenko last week with five counts of making false statements to the FBI. The charges stemmed from statements Danchenko made relating to the sources he used in providing information to an investigative firm in the United Kingdom.

Danchenko is believed to be the sub-source for former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, who compiled the dossier that served as the basis for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants against Trump campaign aide Carter Page.


Washington Examiner had more details:

The “PR Executive-1” in Durham’s indictment against Danchenko is Charles Dolan, an ally of the Clintons, whom Durham alleges was an originator of a false dossier claim he passed to Danchenko who then gave it to Steele.

Durham pointed out Dolan spent years doing business in and for Russia, met with Danchenko in Moscow in 2016, and passed information to the Steele source during that election.

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