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Judge Orders Release Of Sealed Records From BuzzFeed’s Dossier Lawsuit

dailycaller.com
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A federal judge in Florida on Wednesday ordered the public release of dozens of documents kept under seal during BuzzFeed’s lawsuit over the Steele dossier.
District Court Judge Ursula Ungaro ordered the documents be made public by Feb. 8. More than 40 records used in the case are listed in the order.
Ungaro’s decision will shed light into the discovery process during the defamation case, which included depositions with dossier author Christopher Steele and the founders of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that hired Steele.
Ungaro ruled in BuzzFeed’s favor Dec. 19, 2018. The website was sued in February 2017 by Aleksej Gubarev, a Russian tech executive accused in the dossier of using his web hosting companies to hack into the Democratic National Committee’s computer systems.

Gubarev vehemently denied the allegation, which Steele made in a memo dated Dec. 13, 2016. The memo was the last of 17 memos that compile what is known as the dossier. BuzzFeed published the dossier Jan. 10, 2017.

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I'm ready

Let's hear it. ALL OF it.
(01-31-2019, 01:27 AM)Frigg Wrote: [ -> ]I'm ready

Let's hear it. ALL OF it.

I'll bet, we see a bit of a huge pile.
Didn't Steele admit in testimony before his own government that about 50% of the dossier was fabricated or unverified, even though he turned it over to the FBI as 100% accurate?
(01-31-2019, 01:39 AM)The Order of Chaos Wrote: [ -> ]Didn't Steele admit in testimony before his own government that about 50% of the dossier was fabricated or unverified, even though he turned it over to the FBI as 100% accurate?

I don't remember a % but, do remember him admitting to the document being fiction.