H/T Arlin Report
A sixteen-member jury was selected on Tuesday and opening arguments were set for Tuesday afternoon in the trial of Igor Danchenko.
Danchenko a Russian national charged with five counts of making false statements to the FBI in regard to the origins of the Steele Dossier.
Sean Langillefrom FOX News Night tweeted this out from court earlier today.
Sean Langille:During questioning from Special Counsel John Durham, Brian Auten, a supervisory counter intelligence analyst with the FBI, revealed the FBI offered Christopher Steele one million dollars if he could corroborate allegations in the Dossier, but that Steele could not do so. Auten repeatedly admitted under questioning from Durham that the FBI never got corroboration of the information in the Steele Dossier but used it in the initial FISA application and in the three subsequent renewals.
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