British MI-6 Intel Officer Steele MIA For London Court in Civil Case Over Dossier 

Why would someone being looked at so closely under a microscope be a no-show for a civil court case over the dossier?

Well, that’s exactly what former British MI-6 Intelligence Officer, and Trump Dossier composer, Christopher Steele — seemingly going to great lengths to avoid answering any questions about the why and the how of his dossier — which continues to come unraveled right before our very eyes.

What exactly will happen to him when everything gets revealed, released, and comes undone — all because he was so full of it!?

As Written and Reported By Pamela K. Browne for Fox News:

On both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, former British MI-6 Intelligence Officer Christopher Steele is going to extremes to avoiding answering questions from the United States Congress, while at the same time avoiding being videotaped and deposed in a multi-million dollar libel case brought against Buzzfeed.

The media outlet published the unverified Trump dossier just over a year ago, setting off an international firestorm.

Steele was a no-show Monday for a long-requested deposition in London, Fox News has learned. The news comes as Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., have announced a criminal referral on Steele.

Evan Fray-Witzer, a Boston-based attorney representing Russian tech tycoon Aleksej Gubarev in multi-million dollar civil litigation, described Monday’s U.K. court actions to Fox News. “My understanding is that Mr. Steele’s lawyers spent a good deal of time arguing why they thought he (Steele) should not be required to sit for a deposition and that ultimately the court took the entire matter under advisement.”

Gubarev is suing the British-based Steele’s company Orbis Business Intelligence because the dossier claimed Gubarev’s companies, including XBT Holdings and Webzilla, used “botnets and port traffic to transmit viruses, plant bugs and steal……


Christopher Steele is no-show in London court in civil case over dossier | Fox News

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