A judge has decided against Fusion GPS’ request to void a subpoena from the House Intelligence Committee.
Now Fusion GPS has to hand over their bank records as part of the Russia dossier inquiry.
JUST IN: Judge denies Fusion GPS bid to quash subpoena for bank records https://t.co/THG4iypznw
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From Fox News:
A federal judge Thursday denied a request by Fusion GPS to void a House Intelligence Committee subpoena to provide bank records as part of the committee’s investigation into Russian activities during the 2016 election campaign.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon found Fusion’s objections to the subpoena to be “unavailing” and denied the research firm’s request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction that would have prevented it from handing over the documents.
Fusion GPS attorney Theodore Boutrous Jr. said the firm would appeal Leon’s ruling.