Lin Wood Connects The Dots On Deep State… They’re All In On It… | Populist Press 2021 ©

It’s a breed­ing ground for the dirt­i­est left­ist in this coun­try. Geor­gia had become a cesspool…

FBI Direc­tor Christo­pher Wray was a part­ner at the Atlanta-based mega firm of King & Spalding.

For­mer Deputy Attor­ney Gen­er­al Rod Rosen­stein is a part­ner at King & Spalding.

For­mer Deputy Attor­ney Gen­er­al Sal­ly Yates is a part­ner at King & Spalding.

Former Chief of Staff to FBI Director Wray, Paul Murphy, is a partner at King & Spalding.

King & Spalding has grown from its Atlanta roots over the last 50 years to be a powerhouse international law firm with significant political and governmental contacts.

King & Spalding maintains its Georgia presence and still wields a great deal of power and influence in the State of Georgia. Ask anyone in the Georgia State Bar. They ALL know.

Former FBI Chief of Staff Moves Back to King & Spalding:

Paul Murphy, former Chief of Staff to The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Chris Wray, has moved back to King & Spalding. Murphy has rejoined as a partner in the firm’s Special Matters and Government Investigations team.

Prior to working at the FBI until February 2021, Murphy was a partner at King & Spalding from 2004 to 2019. In 2019, he joined the FBI and worked with Director Chris Wray on all issues before the agency including white-collar enforcement issues regularly facing private sector clients. Previously, Murphy has also worked with the Department of Justice (DOJ) in different roles including as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia, as the Associate Deputy Attorney General, and later as the Chief of Staff to then-Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson.

Lin Wood writes:

Paul Murphy was counsel to DaVita, a powerhouse in the medical arena of dialysis and treatment of end stage renal disease, in the case described below.

In 2015, I was lead trial counsel in a False Claims Act case for 2 brave whistleblowers who alleged with evidence Medicare fraud by DaVita. On behalf of U.S. taxpayers, my clients recovered $450,000,000 from DaVita in a settlement agreed to shortly before the federal judge was going to enter an order on my clients’ motion for sanctions against DaVita.

The court had earlier ruled that the crime-fraud exception to the attorney-client privilege had been established by evidence of witness tampering, obstruction of justice, perjury, and subornation of perjury involving DaVita lawyers and witnesses.

Sally Yates had years earlier declined to intervene in the case for the Department of Justice. My courageous clients would not quit and I was honored to lead their multi-year fight for truth and justice.

It was not easy. It was hard. Fraud is always carefully planned with an intent to cover it up. A lawyer has to be aggressive and determined to find fraud and expose it.

In the end, truth prevailed over lies.

It always does.