JRL NEWSWATCH: “British court rules against Christopher Steele, orders damages paid to businessmen named in dossier” – JustTheNews/ John Solomon

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“Court rules Steele’s firm violated Britain’s data privacy law by failing to aggressively check allegations in his dossier.”

“A British judge ruled … that Christopher Steele violated a data privacy law by failing to check the accuracy of information in his infamous dossier, ordering the former spy’s firm[,] … Orbis Business Intelligence, to pay … [the equivalent of] about $22,596 … each to Petr Aven and Mikhail Fridman[, two businessmen Steele wrongly accused of making illicit payments in Russia.]”

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