Durham-Sussman Case, Bill Barr – ‘Entangles Clinton Campaign, Internet Companies, Federally-Funded University Researchers, Complicit Media’ in ‘Weaponized’ FBI Case; Plus MHVille Equities Update


Jury nullification is part of the important provision of American Constitutional Law that gives defendants the right to trial by jury. While some are understandably disappointed in the jury’s verdict in the Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman trial, that absolute power of the jury to effectively strike down a law in a specific case through jury nullification cuts both ways. The reason these issues matter to manufactured housing pros and the population at large will be explored in brief further below. But the case can be made that a jury nullification outcome is a call for more education and information, which is why the first article, and two related topics, are presented to MHProNews readers in the WND NewsCenter provided articles, starting with the one below.



WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteSussmann case ‘looks more like a jury nullification’

Just decided charge wasn’t worth ‘pursuing’ despite ‘overwhelming’ evidence

By Bob Unruh
Published June 1, 2022 at 11:58 am

Jury nullification in America’s judicial system is the simple act of a jury deciding the outcome of a case based on what it wants, a decision that is not necessarily in alignment with the actual law.

It dates to the beginning of the nation, when in 1735 John Peter Zenger was on trial for seditious libel, at that time banning any statement against British rule, and he was acquitted.

Courts later condemned it, but it remains within the authority of jurors to decide – alone – the result of their jury room discussions.

And that’s what the acquittal of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann looks like, according to several experts.

Fox News interviewed former Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker, who expressed concern about the Washington, D.C., jury’s acquittal of Sussmann on a charge of lying to the FBI.

The prosecutors presented testimony from the FBI that Sussmann told officials he was bringing to them damaging statements about President Trump, information that later was completely debunked, on his own behalf.

Prosecutors also presented evidence that that presentation camewhile he was in the pay of the Clinton campaign.

The not guilty verdict from the jury brought these comments from Whitaker: “Four percent of Washington, D.C., voted for Donald Trump. Obviously, this is going to be a pro-Democrat, pro-Clinton jury. My biggest concern is the jury foreman came out and really gave up what the jury was discussing, which is that they thought this case should have never been brought to their attention in the first place. And that’s a little concerning because this looks more like a jury nullification, where even though the evidence was overwhelming, even though they, the government, proved their case, that the jury just decided that this wasn’t a case worth pursuing.

“So this case, to me, factually and legally was a slam dunk case. But as I had said earlier, leading up to this jury verdict, this jury was going to be very difficult for Durham and his team to get a conviction,” he explained.

It was constitutional expert and George Washington University professor Jonathan Turley who also cited the statements from a juror.

“The acquittal of Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann has been the subject of furious debate among politicians and pundits. Some have argued that the case collapsed from lack of evidence while others have alleged that prosecutors faced as biased judge and jury. For his part, Sussmann claimed that the jury found that ‘I told the truth.’ The truth is more complex and few would assume that the verdict was based on Sussmann’s veracity,” he explained.

“However, a statement from a juror immediately after the verdict fueled speculation of the impact of juror bias. According to the Washington Times’ Jeff Mordock, the juror reportedly said ‘I don’t think it should have been prosecuted. There are bigger things that affect the nation than a possible lie to the FBI.’ If that statement had been made during voir dire, it is likely that the juror would have been challenged.”

He explained that the bias against the prosecution in the case was evident from the beginning.

“Few would honestly question that trying a Clinton campaign lawyer in a city that voted over 90 percent for Clinton was not an advantage for the defense. The same is true for some cases tried in conservative areas. In this case, prosecutors challenged some jurors but were overruled by Judge Christopher Cooper. I believe that the court was wrong on a couple of those rulings. In the end, the prosecution was faced with a jury that contained three Clinton donors, an AOC donor, and a woman whose daughter played on the same team as Sussmann’s daughter,” he said.

Then, he said, Cooper “hit” prosecutors with “adverse” rulings that limited their evidence.

He concluded, “There was overwhelming evidence, in my view, that Sussmann lied to conceal his work with the Clinton campaign. Yet, the defense did a good job in attacking elements like materiality in how the allegedly false statement impacted the FBI.”

He said the end result is an absence of “proof” of “actual juror nullification.”

“While the evidence of lying seems overwhelming to some of us, there were interstitial questions on how the lying impacted the investigation. Yet, I believe that the court undermined the prosecution in a number of its rulings,” he said.

What was revealed in the trial was that former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook confirmed Hillary Clinton “agreed with the decision” to feed claims created by Democrats of a Trump connection to Russia, which didn’t exist, to the FBI.

Special Counsel John Durham’s indictment of Sussmann, in fact, explained the evidence against the Clinton lawyer reveals “a scandal much deeper than merely Sussmann’s role in a second Russian hoax — a scandal that entangles the Clinton campaign, multiple internet companies, two federally-funded university researchers, and a complicit media.”

Further, the Sussmann prosecution confirmed the Clinton campaign paid the opposition research firm Fusion GPS to produce the infamous dossier of unverified and now debunked claims against Trump compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele.

The dossier, fueling the Trump-Russia probe, was used as evidence to obtain warrants to spy on the Trump campaign. ##

The next article from the WND NewsCenter is also Russiagate and the Sussman trial related.


WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteTrump’s attorney general delivers Russiagate verdict: It was ‘seditious’

‘It hurt the United States in many ways’

By Bob Unruh
Published May 31, 2022 at 5:51pm

Former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr has delivered his verdict on the Democrats’ now-debunked Russiagate scandal: It was “seditious.”

Specifically, he said, it was the Democrats’ attempt to derail the presidency of Donald Trump.

The National File reports Barr recently was interviewed by Glenn Beck of The Blaze.

He said, “I thought we were heading into a constitutional crisis. I think whatever you think of Trump, the fact is that the whole Russiagate thing was a grave injustice. It appears to be a dirty political trick that was used first to hobble him and then potentially to drive him from office.

“I believe it is seditious,” Barr said.

He did note, however, that sedition would be a hard case to prove in a court of law.

He explained, “It was a gross injustice, and it hurt the United States in many ways, including what we’re seeing in Ukraine these days. It distorted our foreign policy, and so forth.”

It was Barr who commissioned John Durham to work as a special counsel to investigate the Russiagate scandal.

“I was highly confident he would remain in office and they wouldn’t touch him,” Barr explained in the interview. “The Biden administration had no real interest in protecting either Hillary Clinton or Comey. And at the end of the day, for them to lose the capital and appear to be covering something up that would then never get resolved, I didn’t think was in their interest.”

Russiagate, evidence now has revealed, was spawned by Hillary Clinton in her attempt to divert the public’s attention from her own email scandal at the time. In fact, that’s what Barack Obama was briefed about the situation, reports have confirmed.

Through channels that were directed through law firms to distract from their purposes, her supporters made false claims to the FBI about Trump being linked to Russia through the Alfa Bank.

Her campaign also funded the “Steele dossier” compilation of false claims about Trump.

Durham already has obtained one guilty plea from an FBI agent who admitted altering evidence in order to continue the bureau’s investigation of Trump’s campaign.

But a Washington-based jury, including several fans of Hillary Clinton, acquitted her former campaign lawyer, Michael Sussmann, on a charge he lied to the FBI to push forward on the campaign of lies against President Trump.

He had claimed he was bringing information on Trump to the FBI on his own, when testimony at his trial revealed he was being paid by Clinton.

In fact, he admitted in a social media statement that that was the case, although that statement was not allowed as evidence at his trial because of a technicality.

The judge in Sussmann’s case also repeatedly issued rulings that handicapped Durham’s presentation of the case against Sussmann.

National File noted, “The basis for [special counsel Robert] Mueller’s Russia probe included numerous false statements from the FBI, FISA warrant abuse from the Obama DOJ and Clinton-funded opposition research that included actual Russian disinformation.”

Robert closed his years-long review without finding any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. ##

Restated, the first two articles are in a significant measure about the effects on the public of what deposed President Donald J. Trump called ‘fake news.’ Media bias and related ‘reporting’ caused millions to believe things that simply weren’t true.

With that noted, the next article is more focused on the Clinton Campaign funded phony ‘dossier,’ again, per WND NewsCenter to MHProNews.


WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteSussmann verdict in, but Hillary’s role in election fraud revealed

John Durham now preparing for trial of source of Clinton-funded ‘dossier’

By Art Moore
Published May 31, 2022 at 2:56pm

A Washington, D.C, jury on Tuesday acquitted former Hillary Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann of lying to the FBI, but the most important outcome of the case for special counsel John Durham was the confirmation of Hillary Clinton’s role in a plot to weaponize the FBI to launch an investigation of her Republican opponent in the 2016 election.

The jury saw compelling evidence that Sussmann falsely presented himself as a concerned citizen rather than as a member of Clinton’s campaign when he gave the FBI data to support the bogus claim that Donald Trump had a secret communications channel with the Kremlin through computer servers owned by a Russian bank.

The jury foreman told a reporter after the verdict that she didn’t think the case should have been prosecuted.

“There are bigger things that affect the nation than a possible lie to the FBI,” she said

But during the trial, former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified that Hillary Clinton “agreed with the decision” to feed the evidence-free Trump-Russia claim to the FBI.

In Durham’s indictment of Sussmann, he said the evidence against the Clinton lawyer reveals “a scandal much deeper than merely Sussmann’s role in a second Russian hoax — a scandal that entangles the Clinton campaign, multiple internet companies, two federally-funded university researchers, and a complicit media.”

The prosecution said during the trial that the material Sussmann gave to the FBI was “pure opposition research” for the purpose of concocting an “October Surprise” in the 2016 election.

The case also revealed that the FBI’s top brass were excited about Sussmann’s claim. An agent told a colleague in a text, “People on 7th floor to include Director are fired up about this server,” referring to James Comey and the bureau’s top brass.

And further, the Sussmann prosecution confirmed the Clinton campaign paid the opposition research firm Fusion GPS to produce the infamous dossier of unverified and now debunked claims against Trump compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele.

The dossier, fueling the Trump-Russia probe, was used as evidence to obtain warrants to spy on the Trump campaign.

Next for Durham is the trial in October of Russian-national Igor Danchenko, the primary source for the Steele dossier. The indictment presents evidence that the Clinton campaign hired people to feed the contents of the dossier – which turned out to be Russian disinformation – to law enforcement, intelligence agencies and the media to influence the election.

Durham issued a statement after the verdict Tuesday.

“While we are disappointed in the outcome, we respect the jury’s decision and thank them for their service,” he said. “I also want to recognize and thank the investigators and the prosecution team for their dedicated efforts in seeking truth and justice in this case.”

Sussmann read a prepared statement to reporters after the trial ended Friday say he “told the truth to the FBI and the jury clearly recognized that with their unanimous verdict today.”

“I’m grateful to the members of the jury for their careful and thoughtful service. Despite being falsely accused, I’m relieved that justice ultimately prevailed in my case,” he said.

“As you can imagine, this has been a difficult year for my family and me,” Sussmann continued. “But right now, we are just grateful for the love and support of so many during this ordeal and I’m looking forward to getting back to the work that I love.”

The jury pool in the trial came from Washington, D.C., which gave Donald Trump only 4% of the vote in the 2016 election and a little more than 5% in 2020. Judge Chris Cooper, an Obama appointee, had a professional relationship with Sussmann, and his wife once represented former FBI lawyer Lisa Page. It was Page’s texts with FBI agent Peter Strzok, the lead in the Trump-Russia probe, that revealed personal animus toward Trump was driving an investigation that even Strzok admitted lacked evidence.

Constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley summarized the jury bias in an interview with Bret Baier of Fox News.

“I mean, he is facing a jury that has three Clinton donors, an [Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] donor, and a woman whose daughter is on the same sports team with Sussmann’s daughter,” said the George Washington University professor of law.

“With the exception of randomly selecting people out of the DNC headquarters, you could not come up with a worse jury.”

See Turley’s remarks:


Additional Information, More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary in Brief

The weaponization of a federal law enforcement agency should be a sobering concern to every honest American.

But so too should be the weaponization of various federal regulators.

The Sussman case should be viewed through the lens of the manufactured housing industry’s independent companies’ experiences. When the ‘premier’ law enforcement agency in the U.S. is corrupted in this fashion, why should there be any surprise that MHI, HUD, FHFA, or DOE are similarly weaponized?

A special report is planned, likely for MHLivingNews, that will draw threads together in a fashion that will relate directly to manufactured housing being artificially limited by powerful forces. Stay tuned. Until then, these recent and related reports will provide useful added insights.


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All on Capitol Hill were welcoming and interested in manufactured housing related issues. But Congressman Al Green’s office was tremendous in their hospitality. Our son’s hand is on a package that included a copy of the Constitution of the United States and other goodies. Tamas has grown considerably since this photo was taken. 

By L.A. “Tony” Kovach – for MHProNews.
Tony earned a journalism scholarship along with numerous awards in history. There have been several awards and honors and also recognition in manufactured housing. For example, he earned the prestigious Lottinville Award in history from the University of Oklahoma, where he studied history and business management. He’s a managing member and co-founder of LifeStyle Factory Homes, LLC, the parent company to MHProNews, and MHLivingNews.com. This article reflects the LLC’s and/or the writer’s position and may or may not reflect the views of sponsors or supporters.







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