The search for a smoking gun in the dossier scandal may lead us to a dead body

If you were looking for the smoking gun in the death of DNC IT staffer, Seith Richards, you might want to pick this one up and take a look at it. In this article, you will see the connections that make for some very disturbing speculation. How is all this tied to the Trump-Russian dossier, also known as the Steele dossier? How is Fusion GPS and co-founder Glenn Simpson involved? What was it the DNC chair Donna Brazille was running scared of and why did she dedicate her book to Mr. Richards? Finally, where does Wikileaks fit into the puzzle?

As Written By Daniel John Sobieski for the American Thinker:

If we are to believe the transcript of Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in August, released unexpectedly by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the search for a smoking gun in the dossier scandal may lead us to a dead body, at least according to Simpson’s lawyer:

During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in August 2017, Glenn Simpson was questioned about whether he tried to “assess the credibility” of sources behind information uncovered by Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence agent who compiled the dossier.

“Yes, but I’m not going to get into sourcing information,” Simpson said.

Asked again what “steps he took to verify their credibility,” Simpson declined to answer.

His lawyer, Joshua Levy, then intervened and said Simpson was just trying to protect his sources.

“Somebody’s already been killed as a result of the publication of this dossier and no harm should come to anybody related to this honest work,” Levy said.

The interview didn’t pursue the line of questioning further.

Well, maybe somebody should pursue this hand grenade tossed in the middle of the room.  Whoa!  Somebody’s already been killed as the result of the dossier put….


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