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BREAKING: Judge In Podesta Case Has Conflicts Exposed!

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The federal judge in the Fusion GPS case is close friends with John Podesta, and the two have taught a course together at Georgetown Law School since 1997.

How exactly is he supposed to be an “unconflicted judge in this case?!?!?

From Gotnews:

The federal judge who has been assigned the heavily anticipated Fusion GPS case is close friends with Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, and the two have taught a course together at Georgetown Law School since 1997, raising various conflict of interest questions about the case.

The question at hand in the case is whether the House Intelligence Committee can force Fusion GPS to reveal which journalists it paid to push its phony Russian dossier.

Judge Richard J. Leon, a Senior Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, will now be presiding over the case after the last judge was bizarrely removed from hearing it. As reported by Jon Hall of Free Market Shooter, Leon comes up several times in the leaked Podesta emails.

Moreover, Podesta and Leon teach a course together at Georgetown Law School called “Congressional Investigations Seminar.”:

Read more: (Link: gotnews.com)

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