WEBSITE UNDER APPARENT ATTACK SUNDAY NIGHT
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 2, 2018) — On Sunday evening Dr. Jerome Corsi, who expects to be indicted at any time by Special Counsel Robert Mueller after refusing to sign a plea agreement, tweeted that on Monday he will be filing a criminal complaint through his attorneys with Acting Attorney General Michael Whitaker and posting it at his website, corsination.com, by 9:00 a.m. EST.
For the first time, Corsi revealed that the complaint will be distributed to Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz and unnamed “others.”
Last week Corsi announced the offer of the plea agreement, his prompt refusal to sign it, and a new book he will be publishing in March about the “interrogations” he said he underwent by Mueller’s prosecutors and specifically, by Aaron Zelinsky. Corsi claims he was pressured to lie to support the narrative that he had direct contact with WikiLeaks in 2016, which released thousands of emails prior to the presidential election proving damaging to Hillary Clinton.
Approximately an hour after revealing where the complaint will be posted, Corsi tweeted that a “MASSIVE cyberattack” was launched against his website and Twitter account “trying to prevent you from seeing CRIMINAL COMPLAINT my attorneys have filed on MUELLER’S witch hunt” followed by “LOOK for WIRE RPTS tomorrow,” an apparent reference to press releases channeled through mainstream outlets.
Donald Trump has also characterized Mueller’s “Russia” investigation as a “witch hunt” and claimed that no one in his campaign “colluded” with Russians or anyone else to win the election.
Thus far, the government’s narrative has been that WikiLeaks obtained the stolen emails from Russian operatives, although WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has repeatedly denied the claim while not revealing who his source was. Corsi and former Trump adviser Roger Stone have both said that they had no direct contact with Assange or anyone at WikiLeaks while maintaining an intense interest in the information Assange promised to release.
For his part, Corsi has said he was able to conclude through deductive reasoning that WikiLeaks had obtained emails from then-Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s email account.
As of 11:14 p.m. EST, when trying to access corsination.com, only a blank screen appears.
Update, 11:29 p.m. EST: Seconds ago, Corsi tweeted:
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.