According to Washington Times :
“Fusion and the House at first worked out a deal for relevant banks records. But House lawyers say they learned that Fusion withheld 112 transactions pertinent to the Russia probe.
“The suspect transactions, House lawyers say, deal with two Russia issues. One is the dossier. The other is Fusion’s payments from another law firm, BakerHostetler. That money came from the Russian firm Prevezon Holdings which is lobbying Washington to repeal a law that brought stiff economic sanctions on President Vladimir Putin’s regime.
“In that vein, the House committee wants copies of Fusion bank transfers with other law firms in addition to Perkins Coie and Hostetler.”
“‘Fusion has established a pattern and practice of using law firms as intermediaries to mask the true beneficiaries of its research,’ the House filing says.”
No doubt in serving its Democratic recipients, that Fusion has woven an exceptionally confused web of money related transactions. In the case of everything were true blue, why this remarkable rearranging of cash among law offices notwithstanding the endeavors to hide records from the House subpoena?
As much as Fusion’s Democratic clients would lean toward something unique, an administration judge has as of late opened records giving us some understanding into what was going on at Fusion.
“On Tuesday, a government court unlocked Fusion GPS’s bank records, sparkling new light on Russia-related installments made by the firm behind the scandalous ‘Trump dossier.’
“Judge Richard Leon, a Bush-representative, unlocked the records, demonstrating 112 exchanges including Fusion GPS.
“‘PERKINS COIE, THE LAW FIRM THAT REPRESENTED THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN AND DNC, PAID FUSION A TOTAL OF $1,024,408 BETWEEN MAY 24, 2016 AND DEC. 28, 2016, THE RECORDS SHOW,’ REPORTS CHUCK ROSS OF THE DAILY CALLER.”