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Jury Finds Roger Stone Guilty

Jury Finds Roger Stone Guilty

CHUCK ROSS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER . A federal jury in Washington, D.C., on Friday found Roger Stone guilty on seven counts in a case stemming from the special counsel’s investigation. The jury, which deliberated for two days, found Stone guilty on five counts of making false statements to the House Intelligence Committee in September 2017, one count […]

The Art of Dirty Politics | Quid Pro… So ?!??

The Art of Dirty Politics | Quid Pro… So ?!??

by Phil Erwin Ken Starr, best known for having served as the Independent Prosecutor that investigated President Clinton’s alleged (and eventually proven) wrongdoings, observed:  “We’re now living in Impeachment-Land.” Sure seems that way, doesn’t it? It isn’t only that we now have a so-called “formal Impeachment Inquiry” muddling along under the bug-eyed blather of Adam […]

Judicial Secrecy: Where Justice Goes to Die

Judicial Secrecy: Where Justice Goes to Die

  by Thomas L. Knapp The traditional depiction of Lady Justice is a woman wearing a blindfold to demonstrate impartiality. In her right hand she wields a sword (symbolizing swift punishment for the guilty). Her left arm holds aloft a scale to weigh the opposing sides’ cases — publicly, for all to see. Over time, American […]

Trump Confidant Roger Stone Charged in Mueller Probe

Trump Confidant Roger Stone Charged in Mueller Probe

By CHUCK ROSS, Reporter   Roger Stone, a longtime confidant of President Donald Trump, was indicted Friday morning on charges in the special counsel’s investigation. Prosecutors charged Stone, 66, with seven counts, including five for making false statements to Congress, one for witness tampering, and one for obstruction of a government proceeding. Notably, Stone is not […]

HIDDEN CAM: Media Matters Brags About Sabotaging Roger Stone

HIDDEN CAM: Media Matters Brags About Sabotaging Roger Stone

WikiLeaks changes venue for “October surprise” announcement

WikiLeaks changes venue for “October surprise” announcement

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will no longer deliver the highly-anticipated “October surprise” announcement from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London because of “security concerns,” NBC News’ Jesse Rodriguez first reported. Instead, the 45-year-old whistleblower may unveil the details of the political revelation–which he hinted could prove “devastating” to the Clinton campaign— during a video press […]