Klayman: The Lesson Is That When Dr. Jerome Corsi Pushed Back With Lawsuits and Criminal Complaints I Filed on His Behalf, the Mueller "Bullies" Backed Off! The President Should Have Taken This Lesson Before He Had to Go Through a Two Year Witch Hunt!
By Jerome Corsi
The Washington Times
May 3, 2019
During the Mueller probe, what started as voluntary testimony ended up a 40-hour inquisitorial nightmare with the prosecutors offering me a plea deal in lieu of indicting me.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's prosecutors became angry and abusive in my six sessions of interviews with them over a two-month period in September and October last year precisely because I failed to have the all-important link to connect Roger Stone and Donald Trump to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. There was, of course, no such link. (For more on this, see my new book "Silent No More: How I Became a Political Prisoner to Mueller's "Witch Hunt."")
Why were Mr. Mueller's prosecutors so convinced they would lock and load their Russian collusion case with my testimony? Perhaps because in July and August 2016, when I was in Italy with my wife and family celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary, I figured out on my own that Mr. Assange and WikiLeaks had possession of the stolen emails from John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign. I also speculated Mr. Assange would make these emails public in a serial, drip-by-drip fashion as that year's October Surprise. When I came to these conclusions, I began communicating by email and phone regarding my suspicions.
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