MixedTimes - Pamela Browne
The Justice Department watchdog's bombshell report on the FBI's actions in the Hillary Clinton email investigation shed light on anti-Trump texts from two other FBI employees, in addition to the lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Former British spy Christopher Steele, author of the Trump dossier, concluded a four-hour videotaped deposition in London Monday, Fox News has confirmed.
A key lawmaker is seeing red over all the black ink being spilled by the FBI redacting text messages between two FBI officials involved in the bureau’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s email server.
Today in a procedural ruling before the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, former British spy Christoher Steele was ordered to appear for a videotaped deposition in London on June 18 for the ongoing civil litigation brought against Buzzfeed by a Russian technology executive Aleksej Gubarev.
In a London courtroom this week, lawyers for Christopher Steele, the former British spy and author of the Trump dossier fought to protect his sources, which claimed the Kremlin had salacious and compromising information on Donald Trump.
James Comey isn’t the only one who took issue with Obama White House statements downplaying the Hillary Clinton email probe in 2016. A new email obtained by Fox News shows that even anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok was concerned about their comments at the time.
New details have emerged about questions that former British spy Christopher Steele may be asked regarding the unverified "Trump-Russia" dossier during his upcoming court-ordered deposition in London.
The man at the epicenter of the dodgy dossier, former British MI-6 officer Christopher Steele, was ordered by an English court Friday to appear for a videotaped deposition in London to be used as trial testimony in ongoing civil litigation against Buzzfeed for publishing the unverified dossier.
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 former British spy who put together an unverified dossier of dirt on President Trump during last year’s campaign has been ordered to give a deposition in a multi-million-dollar libel case brought against a media outlet that published the document.