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But the channel added that the FBI “is investigating the credibility and accuracy of these allegations, which are based primarily on information from Russian sources.”On Wednesday, citing unnamed sources, reported that the author of the memos was Christopher Steele, one of two directors of the Orbis Business Intelligence, a London-based firm.Christopher Burrows, the other director of Orbis, did not “confirm or deny” that his company had created the memos, according to the paper.
"You get the documents from him, and tell him to go f*** himself."According to FBI testimony, investigators concluded that this conversation reflected a "recruitment method, which includes cheating, promising favors, and then discarding the intelligence source once the relevant information is obtained by the SVR," the Russian Federation's foreign intelligence service.
The FBI has never accused Page, who would later become a Trump campaign adviser, of having been successfully turned as a spy. But what the FBI documents outline is the strategy behind how Russian agents marked him as a target.