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Theory– Was Nunes' Good Friend & Trusted, Long-Time Staffer Damon Nelson 187'd? Could this be a possible 187 as retribution/retaliation w/ RR and or FVEY's involved– consequence of the REDLINE?
Cross-reference w/ recent Q post 2433 re: Papadop:
We put the spotlight on him for this very reason.
He has no choice now but to remain in the light.
This is not a game.
House Intelligence Committee staff director Damon Nelson, Devin Nunnes' long time staffer, died mysteriously yesterday w/out cause/ circumstances of death provided other than a "short illness".
He knew a great deal about the classified FisaGate info/details including the info on who the FBI/FVEY plants were.
Nelson was also one of the House Intel Committee Staffers that was being threatened/intimidated by RR. Nelson was directing the investigation from behind the scenes for the House Intel Committee.
"Nunes, Gowdy accuse DOJ of launching anonymous attacks on congressional investigator"
"Attacking staffers, planting false stories, and endangering national security by leaking sensitive information to the press, including information about intelligence sources - this is what the DOJ is doing."
— House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif.
Moar Quotes from Fox Article Below:
"Nunes and Gowdy were reacting to a weekend New York Times report that cited anonymous sources in detailing growing tension between the parties, amid a contentious request for records involving an individual and intelligence reporting that may have been used for the Russia case, as well as in obtaining surveillance warrants.
Citing a former federal law enforcement official, The New York Times reported that Rosenstein, who oversees the Russia probe, felt "misled" by Nunes' staff over House Intelligence Committee investigator Kash Patel's travel to London last year.
The newspaper, citing the same official, reported Rosenstein wanted to know if Patel was attempting to interview former British spy Christopher Steele, the author behind the salacious anti-Trump dossier.
But the House Intelligence Committee says the staffer was already in London on committee business.
“The story that Kash flew to London to meet with Christopher Steele is false, no matter how many times it’s reported,” House Intelligence Committee staff director Damon Nelson said.
Nelson said he asked Patel and another staffer to try to make contact with Steele’s lawyer as part of an effort to obtain an address to send Steele an invitation to testify to the committee.
“Anonymous DOJ officials who imply to reporters that Kash has ever been dishonest about this are spreading an outright falsehood,” Nelson said. “If the anonymous DOJ officials want the truth, they can talk to me.”
In its story, The New York Times also reported that top officials at the Justice Department are worried these congressional Republicans “are simply mining government secrets for information they can weaponize against those investigating the president,” …
In a statement to Fox News, Nunes backed up Patel as an "absolutely crucial committee investigator who’s always two steps ahead of the DOJ.” “In fact we suspect his effectiveness is exactly why the DOJ are launching anonymous attacks on him in the press," Nunes said.