It's like Law Professor Jonathan Turley doesn't have a PACER account.

Here's why...
Here's a ¶ Law Prof Jonathan Turley writes to suggest Jake Sullivan OBVIOUSLY knew abt effort to sow [Turley misrepresents indictment, badly] "alleged conspiracy theory about a secret communications link between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin through Russia’s Alfa Bank"
In the ¶, Law Prof Jonathan Turley points to what he claims is a "lack of disclosure" [citing no law] behind what he calls a "campaign effort" on the Alfa allegations, citing:
1) the shoddy indictment
2) Marc Elias on the Steele dossier with REPORTERS [again, citing no law]
3) Elias sitting: "He also reportedly sat next to campaign chair John Podesta when he denied such connections to Congress."
4) Sullivan stating--while a staffer was badgering him for privileged info--this:
In other words, Law Prof Jonathan Turley suggests that the consistency with which various witnesses have said they didn't know of campaign coordination he's sure happened is proof--PROOF!!!--it happened.
But, if Law Prof Jonathan Turley had simply consulted PACER, he would have found this motion for a Bill of Particulars.…
And had Law Prof Jonathan Turley consulted that filing, he would have discovered that John Durham is part of the conspiracy!*!*!*!*!*!*!
You see, Durham, like [per Turley], Sussmann, Elias, John Podesta's seat, and Sullivan, ALSO has exhibited a "suspiciously consistent" ... "lack of disclosure over those behind the 'campaign effort.'" That's one reason Sussmann filed the motion for a Bill of Particulars.
Sussmann asked Durham for the "names of the agents and representatives of the campaign on whose behalf Mr. Sussmann was allegedly working.... but the Special Counsel declined to do so."
My goodness the "lack of disclosure over those behind the 'campaign effort' IS suspiciously consistent."

But Durham appears to be part of that!

Obviously he must be part of the cover up.

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