Read Jerome Corsi’s Lawsuit Against Roger Stone

Jerome Corsi among his many lawsuits, has now filed a lawsuit against his former friend Roger Stone.

Corsi is suing Stone for $25 million and claims that Stone was trying to force him into having a heart attack in order to prevent him from testifying.

Read the lawsuit below.

Alexander Hernandez
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Get a Cell Ready for Maria Butina’s Boyfriend

Paul Erickson is the boyfriend of convicted Russian spy Maria Butina.

The Republican with strong ties to the NRA (National Rifle Association) has now been indicted by a federal grand jury in South Dakota on charges of wire fraud and money laundering.

The indictment is separate from the charges that Butina pled guilty to. Erickson is accused of defrauding investors through a company called Investing with Dignity that dealt with specialized wheelchairs and a chain of assisted living homes called Compass Care.

Erickson is also charged with fraud in a real estate development in North Dakota.

Alexander Hernandez
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Tough Guy Matthew Whitaker Doesn’t Want a Subpoena

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has said he will not voluntarily appear before the House Judiciary Committee this Friday unless the committee agrees not to subpoena him.

“I remain willing to appear to testify tomorrow, provided that the chairman assures me that the committee will not issue a subpoena today or tomorrow, and that the committee will engage in good faith negotiations before taking such a step down the road,” Whitaker said in a statement.

“Political theater is not the purpose of an oversight hearing, and I will not allow that to be the case.”

The House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler has already given Whitaker the questions ahead of time, but Whitaker did not answer on whether he intends to assert Executive Privilege.

Thus, just in case, Nadler already received approval from the House to issue the subpoena if need be.

“The subpoena will only be issued if he refuses to answer questions on a speculative basis of privilege,” Nadler said.

“If he does not show up—though I do expect he will—but if he refuses to answer questions he ought to answer, then we will have the tools we need to ensure that we may adequately meet our own responsibilities.”

It would sure be fun to see Nadler issue the subpoena in the middle of the hearing.

Alexander Hernandez
Twitter @mcatty_alex

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