9:01 A.M.: CRIMINAL COMPLAINT RELEASED
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 3, 2018) — Following an outage Sunday night, Dr. Jerome Corsi’s website, Corsination.com, is accessible Monday morning with information indicating that the press release he promised by 9:00 AM today has been prepared.
Corsi said he is releasing through a number of outlets the criminal complaint he asked his attorneys to file with Acting Attorney General Michael Whitaker about the treatment he allegedly received by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors over the last two months.
For more than 18 months, Mueller’s investigation has been seeking evidence of “collusion” with Russia on the part of Trump campaign aides, an allegation President Trump has vehemently denied.
In a number of mainstream media interviews last week, Corsi, 72, spoke about the plea agreement Mueller offered him which he rejected and alleged that he was fiercely interrogated by members of Mueller’s team in a windowless room for more than 40 hours. Corsi’s questioning followed his testifying to a federal grand jury on one or two occasions.
Investigators want to know if Corsi’s communications with longtime Trump ally and Republican strategist Roger Stone indicate that either of the two had advance knowledge of the thousands of emails WikiLeaks was to release in 2016 in the leadup to the presidential election. The emails were considered by many Democrats to have played a major role in Clinton’s loss to Trump.
Both Corsi and Stone have denied having had any direct communication with WikiLeaks or its founder, Julian Assange, a claim Assange has asserted is accurate.
Trump has repeatedly said that the “collusion” was carried out by the Democrats, as the Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee (DMC) commissioned Fusion GPS to assemble a “dossier” of opposition research on Trump which former FBI Director James Comey termed “salacious and unverified.” However, the dossier was provided as reliable evidence to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) in requesting for successive surveillance warrants on former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
Trump fired Comey on May 9, 2017. After first objecting in court to a congressional subpoena to testify Monday in a private setting to two congressional committees, Comey is expected to appear on Capitol Hill this week. Originally scheduled for Monday morning, Comey’s session with the House Judiciary and Oversight & Government Reform Committees will be “later this week,” according to Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, as a result of the passing of 41st president George H. W. Bush on Friday.
As the story went to press, at 9:01 AM, Corsi’s criminal complaint was published on his website.
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.