Alpha bank has a defamation lawsuit against Fusion GPS and it is not going well for Fusion. Alpha is demanding documents from Fusion over their press leaks to the press where they accused Alpha bank of “bribery, extortion, and interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” This was all part of their attempt to sink Trump’s candidacy by claiming that he and Alpha Bank were colluding on business deals.
Several investigations later it was well established that the two had never done any business together. Fusion is refusing to release the documents, claiming lawyer/client privilege but Alpha said that was disingenuous because they leaked to the press so the documents are no longer privileged. The judge will hear the two sides soon but Fusion has been unable to bully the judge around.
As it turns out the connection between Alpha and Trump was made up by someone working to get Hillary elected.
A review of the data pertaining to the accusations in the phony Steele dossier about a Trump-Russia Bank connection discovered the sources used is most likely the same source the FBI used to obtain a FISA warrant to investigate the Trump-Alfa Bank connection.
A respected computer scientist who raised concerns about a possible connection between President Trump and a Russian bank is an unabashed Hillary Clinton supporter who made multiple small donations to the Democrat’s presidential campaign around the time she and her colleagues surfaced the allegations.
About the same time Camp was framing Trump she received a multimillion dollar grant from Barack Obama.
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Per a review of Professor Camp’s activities at IU, it’s been uncovered that the Hillary-obsessed professor received a multi-million dollar grant from the Obama Administration in 2012. The shocker is that the professor received the grant in relation to her reported actions on ‘privacy and trust issues in technology”
Now an Indiana University Bloomington professor in the School of Informatics and Computing whose research focuses on technology, security and society is helping make such decisions easy for us. L. Jean Camp, whose work has focused on privacy and trust issues in technology, has been awarded over $2.4 million by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber Security Division, to give people the information they need to stop a range of attacks.
The FBI got this fake information from camp that some say they already knew was fake to get a warrant to investigate Trump. In the end the FBI was forced to admit the entire narrative was fake.