Beijing, August 15 (Xinhua) according to the associated press, recently, U.S. Department of justice prosecutor John Durham is conducting a counter investigation on the origin of the “Russia door” investigation. A former Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) lawyer plans to plead guilty to false statements, the first criminal case related to the “Russia door” investigation, the report said. According to the former Attorney General of the U.S. < / P >, a former Attorney General of the U.S. < / P > < p > the review found that the “Russia to Russia” investigation was carried out with legitimate reasons, and no evidence of political bias was found. However, the review also concluded that the FBI had made major mistakes and omissions in the process of applying for confidential national security permission and eavesdropping on Trump’s former campaign adviser Carter page. < / P > < p > the report states unnamed that clay Smith had tampered with an email about page. “Kevin regrets that he changed the email. He never intentionally misled the court or his colleagues because he believed that the information he sent was accurate, but Kevin understood that his actions were wrong and he was willing to take responsibility,” his lawyer said The accusation is expected to be welcomed by U.S. President trump and his supporters, who hope that Durham’s investigation will boost Trump’s re-election prospects and expose that the “Russia to Russia” investigation is unjustified, the report said. In addition, Durham is also investigating whether the intelligence agencies’ assessment of Russia’s interference in the US election is accurate, which has aroused people’s deep concern. They believe that the investigation is full of political motives and aims to retaliate against the “Russia door” investigation. The U.S. Department of justice’s policy forbids prosecutors from taking investigative measures aimed at influencing elections, and opposes public action in the weeks before elections, the report said. But U.S. attorney general Barr said he was not restricted by the policy, in part because the presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden, was not the subject of Durham’s investigation, and said he would release Durham’s findings before the election. As a federal prosecutor of Connecticut, Durham has rich experience and held special positions in Washington. During the Obama administration, former Attorney General Eric Holder chose him to investigate the CIA’s harsh interrogation techniques for suspects and the destruction of videotapes recording the proceedings. A few weeks before Barr appointed Durham to open the investigation, special prosecutor Mueller just concluded the nearly two-year “Russia door” investigation. Muller found that during the 2016 election, Russians and Trump’s aides were in close contact, but did not charge them with criminal conspiracy. Muller also investigated a number of incidents in which trump tried to influence or prevent the “Russia door” investigation, but did not reach the conclusion whether trump interfered with judicial justice. On March 24, 2019, Barr expressed doubts about the tonguemen investigation and announced that trump had not interfered with judicial justice.