Roger Stone’s wife describes early morning raid by ’29 armed’ FBI agents

Roger Stone’s wife describes early morning raid by ’29 armed’ FBI agents

by WorldTribune Staff, February 18, 2019 The FBI sent 29 armed agents, 17 vehicles, a helicopter and two amphibious units to carry out a pre-dawn raid on Roger Stone’s home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to Stone’s wife, Nydia. “Every agent was carrying an AK-47 as well as a sidearm. This is a much larger […]

Stone faces jury pool from ‘Swamp’ where Trump has 12 percent approval rating

Stone faces jury pool from ‘Swamp’ where Trump has 12 percent approval rating

by WorldTribune Staff, February 4, 2019 Can Roger Stone possibly get, as the Sixth Amendment mandates, an “impartial jury” of 12 people in Washington, D.C.? The federal charges leveled against the longtime associate of President Donald Trump by special counsel Robert Mueller mean his U.S. District Court jury pool will come “strictly from deep-blue D.C. […]

McCarthy’s take on indictment of Roger Stone: ‘There is no espionage conspiracy’

McCarthy’s take on indictment of Roger Stone: ‘There is no espionage conspiracy’

by WorldTribune Staff, January 27, 2019 It is evident from the indictment of Roger Stone that special counsel Robert Mueller likely knew from the start of his Russia investigation that there was no “collusion” and that President Donald Trump was not a Russian agent, former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy said. “I read that indictment […]

An FBI-CNN exclusive: Stone arrested by agents with large weapons, bullet-proof vests

An FBI-CNN exclusive: Stone arrested by agents with large weapons, bullet-proof vests

by WorldTribune Staff, January 25, 2019 FBI agents stormed the home of Roger Stone in a pre-dawn raid on Jan. 25 and, unsurprisingly, CNN was on site to capture every moment of the former Trump adviser’s arrest. Video from CNN, which was the only network to be on the scene for the raid at Stone’s home […]

Incestuous: A closer look at the DOJ net closing in on Donald Trump

Incestuous: A closer look at the DOJ net closing in on Donald Trump

by WorldTribune Staff, January 13, 2019 A cursory look at the roster of the main players in the Trump-Russia “collusion” investigation shows deep professional connections which “can have the look of an exclusive club,” a report said. The Washington establishment not only thrives inside the Department of Justice, but “what President Trump called ‘the swamp’ is […]

Attorney for Russian firm hits judge for gratuitous defense of Mueller

Attorney for Russian firm hits judge for gratuitous defense of Mueller

by WorldTribune Staff, January 9, 2019 The attorney for a Russian firm charged in the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller said the judge in the case, via her defense of Mueller, is showing “at a minimum an appearance of bias or prejudice in favor of the government.” Eric Dubelier, the attorney for Concord Management […]

Columnist tracks media-intelligence-political collaboration on anti-Trump narratives

Columnist tracks media-intelligence-political collaboration on anti-Trump narratives

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, January 3, 2019 Some two years after it was published, the unverified anti-Trump dossier authored by ex-British spy Christopher Steele remains “the cornerstone” of the case for collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, a columnist noted. The intricate fabric of media […]

Former federal prosecutor scorns Mueller’s political calculations, upholds ‘real Justice Department’

Former federal prosecutor scorns Mueller’s political calculations, upholds ‘real Justice Department’

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, January 2, 2019 A former U.S. Department of Justice attorney who is representing a Russian company charged in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation accused Mueller of manufacturing a “make-believe crime” against his client and withholding “sensitive” evidence in the case. Eric Dubelier, has […]

The state of U.S. governance, 2018: A federal judge, Robert Mueller and a decorated general

The state of U.S. governance, 2018: A federal judge, Robert Mueller and a decorated general

by WorldTribune Staff, December 19, 2018 “We’re not seeing our finest hour of governance,” a columnist noted after the Dec. 17 sentencing spectacle in the Michael Flynn saga. Judge Emmet Sullivan delayed the sentencing of President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser and berated Flynn as treasonous in the process, before later doing a 180 […]

McCabe said to rush Flynn’s FBI interview without attorney; Judge orders review

McCabe said to rush Flynn’s FBI interview without attorney; Judge orders review

by WorldTribune Staff, December 13, 2018 Then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe pressed Michael Flynn to meet with FBI agents without an attorney present as it would be the “quickest” way to complete the meeting, Flynn’s lawyers revealed in a Dec. 11 court filing. Flynn agreed and said he did not need to involve White House […]

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