Reports say that John Durham is currently concentrating on James Clapper and John Brennan for the parts they played in the Russian collusion hoax.
He has been questioning underlings in the hopes of having as much information as he can before he tries to interview those two.
Durham has made several trips overseas to speak to witnesses, including those working for their government’s spy agencies.
If, as people suspect, Durham has found that Brennan actively recruited foreign spy services to do the things he is forbidden by law to do, he is in heap big trouble.
The Conservative Treehouse claims that Durham is looking into how the intelligence community came to the conclusion that the Russians were aiding Trump in the 2016 election.
The New York Times reported:
The analysts could have been engaged in standard bureaucratic behavior like obeying the filtering process or hoarding sensitive information. Or perhaps they were trying to cover something up. The questions asked by Mr. Durham and his team suggest they are looking for any potential basis to support making the latter reading, officials said. Mr. Durham has interviewed F.B.I. officials and agents who worked on the bureau’s Russia investigation, called Crossfire Hurricane, and for the special counsel who took over the inquiry, Robert S. Mueller III. They have also interviewed C.I.A. analysts. Mr. Durham and his team also interviewed around a half-dozen current and former officials and analysts at the National Security Agency, including its former director, the retired Adm. Michael S. Rogers, last summer and again last fall. The Intercept first reported the interviews of Admiral Rogers.
But Mr. Durham has not interviewed the former F.B.I. director James B. Comey, his onetime deputy Andrew G. McCabe or Mr. Brennan. Mr. Durham has requested Mr. Brennan’s emails, call logs and other documents from the C.I.A. to learn what he told other officials, including Mr. Comey, about his and the C.I.A.’s views of a notorious dossier of assertions about Russia and Trump associates.