In his case involving false statements against Igor Danchenko, the main informant in Christopher Steele’s dossier on Donald Trump, special counsel John Durham submitted a pre-trial petition in summary judgment on September 13. Danchenko, who is accused of five counts of lying to the FBI regarding the people who provided information for the dossier, has previously moved to have the accusations against him dropped. Regular motions called motions in limine are used to limit the admissibility of certain evidence in court. The trial for Danchenko is set to start the following month. Durham’s motion, however, is anything from standard and…
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