Fusion GPS Founder Strikes Deal to Talk About Russia Dossier in Closed-Door Interview

Glenn Simpson, co-founder of Fusion GPS, the firm behind the garbage Russia dossier is going to voluntarily speak to the House Intel Committee in a closed-door meeting next Tuesday per his lawyer.

Fusion GPS and the FBI have been stonewalling investigators for months. We the people deserve to know the truth behind this garbage dossier.

In a short-lived agreement, the FBI reimbursed expenses in relation to the procurement of the dossier, but backed out of the arrangement after those involved in the ‘Trump Dossier,’ such as former MI6 agent Christopher Steele became public. The FBI believed its credibility could be damaged if its involvement became public.

Jason Donner of Fox News reported, “Reps. Conaway & Schiff announce an agreement w/Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson to return next Tuesday and answer questions from the House Intel Cmte behind closed doors in the ongoing Russia investigation. Subpoena for Simpson will be withdrawn once he appears.”

Jason Donner also tweeted a photo of Glenn Simpson with the caption, “Fusion GPS Co-Founder Glenn Simpson waiting on the sidelines as his lawyer announces a deal for him to return next Tuesday to speak behind closed doors to House Intel Cmte. Lawyer says Simpson will appear voluntarily & tell the truth.”

Glenn Simpson’s lawyer Josh Levy told reporters “He will be able to maintain Fusion GPS’s privileges and honor its legal obligations. That’s important to the company, which to this point has maintained its confidential relationships with its clients,” The Hill reports.

Testifying voluntarily, Levy said, gives Simpson “the ability to appear with counsel, to assert privileges and to answer questions that he chooses to answer.”

In another legal battle, Fusion GPS requested a U.S. District judge block investigators from accessing its bank records. Not so fast, says the House Intelligence Committee, who filed a motion demanding Fusion GPS obey the subpoena to reveals its past financial transactions.

We know that Hillary Clinton’s campaign paid millions of dollars for the dossier. There is also evidence that journalists may have been bribed by Fusion GPS to report on the dossier.

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