Roger Stone associate expects to be charged in Mueller probe
WASHINGTON (AP) — An associate of longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone says he expects to be indicted by a federal grand jury in the special counsel’s Russia investigation.
Conservative conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi said on his YouTube show Monday that negotiations fell apart with special counsel Robert Mueller’s team and he expects to be charged with making false statements in the coming days.
Mueller’s team has questioned Corsi as part of an investigation into Stone’s connections with WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential election. American intelligence agencies have assessed that Russia hacked the emails of Democratic groups, including Hillary Clinton’s campaign, and provided that material to WikiLeaks for release.
Corsi was formally the Washington bureau chief of the conspiracy theory outlet InfoWars.