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On July 17, 2020 the Senate Judiciary Committee released a 59 page summary of the FBI interview with the Primary Sub Source for the Steele Dossier.  This interview took place in January 2017.  The FBI would continue to use this information from this source to renew the FISA application on Carter Page at least two more times.  Keep this in mind as I reveal the identity of this person.  They knew in January 2017 exactly who this person was and this person's qualifications for accusing the President of the United States of conspiring with a foreign power.  This dossier was also a key component of the Intelligence community's assessment that Russia interfered in the election.

Here is a link to the summary of the interview (with redactions).  Many of these redactions will be revealed in the next post.

The primary sub source was the person who gathered Intel for Christopher Steele and Orbis Intelligence on behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

This is the person responsible for the material that led to a Special Counsel and 2 years of political chaos in the United States.  


  1. "The agent, Peter Strzok, had not participated in the interview of Mr. Steele’s source."
    -NYT July 17, 2020

    1. Fixed. For some reason I thought someone had confirmed him to be at the meeting. Still he should have found this person long before. What kind of investigation misses a Russian national feeding intelligence to a foreign spy and instead focuses on a Naval Academy grad like Carter Page? (A fake investigation would though).

  2. Does this individual have a Ham Radio Licence?

    1. I didn't see one. There are several Brookings institute members who have one though. I did some poking around a long time ago and distinctly remember that. Unfortunately did not save the screenshots.

    2. Nellie Orr has a ham radio🤔

    3. Nellie Orr ham radio license

  3. Strzok's lawyer denied that Pete was at the interview of PSS in his statement following the release of this material

  4. Searched a Russian website called for Danchenko and found this Voice of America Russia 12+ minute interview with him (in Russian) dated 2016-04-06 (assuming that's June 4, 2016, not Americanized April 6th).

    Title in Russian says "Analyst, Russia and Eurasia Igor Danchenko / Nagorno-Karabakh"

    Aналитик, Россия и Евразия Игорь Данченко/ Нагорный Карабахналитик-россия-и-евразия-игорь-данченко-нагорный-карабах-12:47

    I'm banned on Twitter, so posting it for you here.

  5. I'm wrong. It would be April 6, 2016 that the interview was posted on that site. Year/Month/Day

  6. Nellie Orr had a ham radio🤔


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