Sunday, June 23, 2024

New Book Provides ‘Durham Report,’ Debunks It As ‘Corrupt’

Washington, DC — A new book provides the complete report by Department of Justice Special Counsel John H. Durham regarding his investigation into the FBI’s probe of Russia-related matters in the 2016 U.S. presidential election — along with a devastating critique of Durham’s own track record through the years. It leads up to current events about Russia and U.S. politics.

The Complete Durham ‘Russiagate’ Report, which goes on sale June 19, 2023, is the first book to examine Durham’s work in depth. Product of in-depth research about the prosecutor’s career that began in 2010, the book reveals that four federal judges have vacated on grounds of prosecutorial misconduct convictions that Durham and his close colleagues won. And that was before his controversial special counsel probe and its dramatic 2022 losses in federal courts undermined his themes.

Announcement of the book and its pending publication coincide with Durham’s scheduled appearance on June 21 before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, whose Republican leaders are using his disputed report to revive his arguments that juries rejected.

Author Andrew Kreig, a Washington insider, sets the scene. Curious about omissions in most news accounts regarding Durham’s track record in Connecticut and nationally, the author’s investigation reveals a chilling tale — and new hope for civic reformers of all political viewpoints.

The Complete Durham ‘Russiagate’ Report is for those who want to understand the news,” he says in advance of attending the Durham hearing, “not just watch.”

The mysteries conclude with hope, summarized as KEY: “Knowledge Empowers You.”

About the Author.  Andrew Kreig is an investigative reporter, attorney, author, radio host and non-profit executive based in Washington, DC. “The Complete Durham ‘Russiagate’ Report” grew out of his work leading the Justice Integrity Project, a non-partisan legal reform group that investigates official misconduct. He earned law degrees from Yale Law School and the University of Chicago and covered the U.S. Justice Department full-time for five years as a Hartford Courant reporter based in Connecticut.

About “The Complete Durham ‘Russiagate’ Report.” Publication: June 19, 2023.  ISBN: 978-0-9886728-5-7 ($17.95, trade paperback; $7.95 Kindle);   

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