Stone pleads not guilty to obstruction, lying to Congress in Mueller probe

Stone pleads not guilty to obstruction, lying to Congress in Mueller probe

Stone pleads not guilty to obstruction, lying to Congress in Mueller probe

"What a fun couple days, I'm loving the ride", Martin's Stone riffed.

An unidentified "senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact Stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information [Wikileaks] had regarding the Clinton Campaign", the special counsel's office wrote in its indictment of Stone. "I'm 66 years old, I do not own a gun, I do not have a valid passport, I have no prior criminal record, I'm charged with nonviolent process crimes".

Mueller past year charged 12 Russians accused in the hacking as part of his investigation of Russia's role in the 2016 election, whether Trump's campaign conspired with Moscow and whether the president has unlawfully sought to obstruct the investigation.

Stone must face a federal judge after extending his post-arrest media tour through the weekend and Monday, where he accused the FBI of an unnecessary display of force during his arrest, saying he was treated like drug kingpin El Chapo.

Stone was arrested in Florida last week and is charged in a seven-count indictment with obstruction, lying to Congress and witness tampering.

The indictment also states that a top Trump campaign official was instructed to contact Stone to get information about the WikiLeaks hacks of Democratic emails ahead of the 2016 election.

"Again, I think it is created to intimidate me or perhaps seek personal information that can be used to embarrass me that has nothing to do with Wikileaks, Russia, the 2016 campaign or anything else".

No additional charges expected for alleged kidnapper Jake Patterson
The FBI said it is assessing what it will do with its $25,000 reward but won't disclose those next steps. Shortly after she escaped, the Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald told CNN she was doing well.

Russian Federation has denied the US intelligence community's finding that Moscow interfered in the USA political arena.

He was uncharacteristically quiet during Tuesday's brief court appearance, rising to his feet to say, "Yes, Your Honor", as U.S. Magistrate Judge Deborah Robinson asked if he would agree to the conditions of his release, including restricted travel.

"Remember, Trump brags that he only hires the best people, calls the Russian investigation a hoax, calls CNN fake news, and his government shutdown left FBI agents without pay", Meyers explained. In addition to physically threatening a witness during a federal investigation, Stone's emails also revealed that he threatened to abduct the witness's dog if he continued to cooperate with prosecutors.

The feds claim Stone also threatened an associate - who appears to be NY radio host Randy Credico - in an attempt to thwart his testimony before Congress that would've contradicted Stone's.

However, "not everyone thought Donald Trump folded like an origami swan", said Colbert.

"'There were 17 vehicles with their lights going, including two armored vehicles in the front yard", Stone said.

"I think the Mueller investigation is really at the bottom of the barrel when they're looking at people like this because we already found in our report that Roger Stone wasn't colluding with the Russians, which that was the original intent of all this", said Nunes.

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