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Halper’s lawyer told his client ‘may have made clear misstatements to the FBI’

Bob Unruh

Stefan Halper

A lawsuit that could reveal many of the details of the Democrats’ scheme to create a Russia-collusion claim to be used to damage then-candidate Donald Trump, a now-debunked conspiracy that they continued even after he was in the White House, has taken an abrupt turn.

A judge has refused to dismiss it, suggesting the defendant in the defamation claim “may have made clear misstatements to the FBI” and might be responsible for “falsehoods” told about the plaintiff.

WND reported recently the case was brought by Svetlana Lokhova against Stefan Halper, a British academic and longtime “confidential human source” for the FBI. …

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