Former Infowars Conspiracist Appeals After Judge Tosses $1.6M Suit Against Mueller, CIA
By John Kruzel
November 15, 2019
Conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi has filed an appeal after a federal judge threw out his lawsuit against former special counsel Robert Mueller, the FBI and U.S. intelligence agencies.

Corsi, formerly of the far-right conspiracy theory website InfoWars, is seeking $1.6 million in damages over claims that Mueller coerced him into giving false testimony to a grand jury about Corsi's alleged role coordinating the release of stolen Democratic emails.

A federal judge at the D.C. District Court tossed the case last month. Corsi, a steadfast Trump supporter, said on Wednesday he would appeal the lower court's ruling to the D.C. Court of Appeals.

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