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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

the president only friend and his best friend best friends friend is the manhattan madam... gooo figure... you couldn't write a script any better.

well well isn't this getting interesting? gee go figure prostitute madam trumps best friend Roger stone and his friend.

Roger stones best friend is the Madam of Manhatten the biggest buck prostitute madam of all time. And it appears she was Spizers prostitute arranger... Do we wonder how Trump was not ever indicted in NY by Spitzer..... Stone had the goods on him the entire time, and now we know what the Donald meant when he slipped that Spitzer was "not great man" of some sort when he was talking trash about many.

Like Donald was not using her services too? come on...


and roger stone is even the her kids godfather of all things appropriately named.....

and the media has not caught onto all these ties have they, no front page news..

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/manhattan-madam-expected-appear-mueller-grand-jury-friday-012200764--abc-news-topstories.html

‘Manhattan Madam’ expected to appear before Mueller grand jury on Friday


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Kristin Davis, the one-time “Manhattan Madam,” who claimed she supplied high priced prostitutes to Eliot Spitzer when he was New York's governor, has been asked to testify before the federal grand jury in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible coordination between Russian election meddlers and the Trump campaign in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, ABC News has learned.

She is expected do so this week.

A spokesperson for Davis told ABC News on Monday that Davis had received the request, and that she is expected to appear before the federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. this Friday.

Davis, who has worked for President Donald Trump's longtime friend and veteran political operative Roger Stone and remains close with him, was asked to interview with special counsel investigators in July, three sources confirmed to ABC News.

Davis met with special counsel investigators last Wednesday for an "informal" interview, her spokesperson told ABC News.

Following Davis’ meeting with Mueller’s team, Stone told ABC News in a statement on Friday, “Kristin Davis is a longtime friend and associate of mine. She is a brilliant businesswoman who paid her debt to society and remade her life. I am the Godfather to her 2 year old son."

PHOTO: Roger Stone and Kristin Davis leave court in New York, March 30, 2017. (Seth Wenig/AP)
PHOTO: Roger Stone and Kristin Davis leave court in New York, March 30, 2017. (Seth Wenig/AP)
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Stone added, “[Davis] knows nothing about alleged Russian Collusion, WikiLeaks collaboration or any other impropriety related to the 2016 election which I thought was the subject of this probe. I understand she appeared voluntarily. I am highly confident she will testify truthfully if called upon to do so.”

Former New York Gov. Spitzer was New York's attorney general before being elected governor in 2006. In 2008, while he was married, Spitzer was forced to resign as governor after an investigation into a prostitution operation identified him as "Client 9," who had spent $15,000 on prostitutes.

Stone is credited with exposing Spitzer’s involvement with prostitutes. The revelations forced him to resign as governor. During that investigation, Davis boasted that Spitzer had been a client of hers. Spitzer denied those allegations.

Davis spent about four months behind bars in New York's Rikers Island prison complex for running what police called a multi-million dollar “sex for sale” business. She pleaded guilty to one count of promoting prostitution and forfeited $500,000 in profits.

In 2010, following the scandal, Davis ran unsuccessfully for governor of New York as a candidate of the Anti-Prohibition Party.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 9:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

well, well....

Stone is convicted of lying...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/roger-stone-admits-lying-infowars-020243911.html

Roger Stone Admits To Lying On Infowars, Must Publicly Apologize

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Roger Stone, former campaign adviser to President Donald Trump, settled a defamation suit on Monday, agreeing to publicly apologize for publishing false information on the right-wing conspiracy site Infowars.

The settlement, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, marks the culmination of a $100 million lawsuit filed against Stone by Chinese businessman Guo Wengui, a vocal critic of Beijing whom Stone, a contributor to Infowars, falsely claimed had been convicted of financial crimes by donating to 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former Trump senior adviser Steve Bannon.

In lieu of paying the damages, Stone must publish a retraction of the false statements on social media and run ads in the Journal, The New York Times and The Washington Post apologizing for his claims about Guo, who applied for asylum in the U.S. last year after the Chinese government grew hostile toward him.

Stone, whose actions during the election are being eyed by special counsel Robert Mueller, said in a statement Monday that his false statements were based on information he received in 2017 from Sam Nunberg, another adviser on Trump’s 2016 campaign.

“I failed to do proper research before making those statements,” Stone said.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roger Stone is one of the original trolls.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2018 10:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://news.yahoo.com/mueller-call-stone-transcript-suggests-212317150.html

Mueller call for Stone transcript suggests charges likely soon

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Rachel Maddow explains why a new Washington Post report that Robert Mueller is seeking the official transcript of Roger Stone's testimony to the House Intelligence Committee is a strong indication that Mueller is preparing to chart Stone soon.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another witch, more collusion.


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By Aaron Blake
January 25 at 8:42 AM
The indictment we — including the indicted party — have been expecting for months has finally come. Roger Stone, President Trump’s longest-serving political adviser, has been charged with lying to investigators.

The alleged lies pertain to his efforts to secure information from WikiLeaks about its release of Democrats' emails during the 2016 campaign. Here are four key sections and takeaways.

[Document: Read the indictment against Roger Stone]

1. An abundance of contradiction
There’s really not a lot of ambiguity when it comes to Stone’s alleged lies. At one point, the indictment includes two exchanges in which Stone denies ever communicating with his WikiLeaks intermediary via text or email.

Here’s one exchange:

Q: How did you communicate with the intermediary?

A: Over the phone.

Q: And did you have any other means of communicating with the intermediary?

A: No.

Q: No text messages, no — none of the list, right?

A: No.


Later in his testimony, Stone repeats this:

Q: So you never communicated with your intermediary in writing in any way?

A: No.

Q: Never emailed him or texted him?

A: He’s not an email guy.

Q: So all your conversations with him were in person or over the phone.

A: Correct.


But the indictment details many messages and makes clear there was no way Stone would simply have forgotten about these things.


“In truth and in fact, as described above, STONE and Person 2 (who STONE identified to [the House Intelligence Committee] as his intermediary) engaged in frequent written communication by email and text message,” the indictment states. “STONE also engaged in frequent written communication by email and text message with Person 1, who also provided STONE with information regarding Organization 1.” (Organization 1 is WikiLeaks. It is not immediately clear who Person 1 is.)

2. A ‘Godfather’ reference
In perhaps the most colorful section, the indictment says that Stone urged someone who was testifying in front of the House Intelligence Committee (referred to by its formal acronym HPSCI in the indictment) to emulate a character from “The Godfather: Part II” who feigned ignorance during his own testimony:

On multiple occasions, including on or about December 1, 2017, STONE told Person 2 that Person 2 should do a “Frank Pentangeli” before HPSCI in order to avoid contradicting STONE’s testimony. Frank Pentangeli is a character in the film The Godfather: Part II, which both STONE and Person 2 had discussed, who testifies before a congressional committee and in that testimony claims not to know critical information that he does in fact know.


The clause “which both STONE and Person 2 had discussed,” is key, because it suggests both of them were familiar with exactly what the character had done.

For those unfamiliar:


3. The big question: The Trump campaign’s role
There is no smoking gun in the indictment when it comes to the Trump campaign’s culpability, and for most of the campaign, Stone was an informal Trump adviser — not actually serving on the campaign. So as far as potential Trump campaign collusion with Russia via WikiLeaks, which the U.S. government regards as a front for Russia’s election interference, you still need to connect some dots.

But the indictment does make clear (repeatedly) that the campaign was interested in the WikiLeaks information — and even sought the information from Stone — over a span of months, from the summer of 2016 to October 2016:

During the summer of 2016, STONE spoke to senior Trump Campaign officials about Organization 1 and information it might have had that would be damaging to the [Hillary] Clinton Campaign. STONE was contacted by senior Trump Campaign officials to inquire about future releases by Organization 1.


Later in the indictment:

Also on or about October 3, 2016, STONE received an email from a reporter who had connections to a high-ranking Trump Campaign official that asked, “[the head of Organization 1] – what’s he got? Hope it’s good.” STONE responded in part, “It is. I’d tell [the high-ranking Trump Campaign official] but he doesn’t call me back.”


The “high-ranking Trump Campaign official” appears to be Stephen K. Bannon, who according to emails obtained by the New York Times emailed with Stone about WikiLeaks the next day.

And later:

On or about October 7, 2016, Organization 1 released the first set of emails stolen from the Clinton Campaign chairman. Shortly after Organization 1’s release, an associate of the highranking Trump Campaign official sent a text message to STONE that read “well done.” In subsequent conversations with senior Trump Campaign officials, STONE claimed credit for having correctly predicted the October 7, 2016 release.

You’ll recall Oct. 7 was the day WikiLeaks orchestrated an email dump shortly after The Washington Post reported on Trump’s “Access Hollywood” tape in which he talked crudely about grabbing women by their genitals. That apparent distraction was apparently appreciated by “an associate of a highranking Trump Campaign official.”

4. A strong hint of Trump?
The most significant reference to members of the campaign, though, could be this:

After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen DNC emails by Organization 1, a senior Trump Campaign official was directed to contact STONE about any additional releases and what other damaging information Organization 1 had regarding the Clinton Campaign. STONE thereafter told the Trump Campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by Organization 1.

The words “was directed” loom large here. Who did the directing? Why not just characterize who that was in vague terms, as is done throughout the indictment? Is it because it’s not clear who that was, or because Mueller’s team doesn’t want to reveal too much about that person’s role?

Though we can’t say for sure, it seems entirely possible this is Trump. He, after all, would seem to be the person who would have the authority to direct a “senior Trump Campaign official” — though it’s possible another senior aide could also do so. Even if it was Trump, that wouldn’t necessarily be some kind of smoking gun, but it would be problematic.

As he has in past indictments, Mueller isn’t showing us too much here. But spending so much time detailing the campaign’s interest in WikiLeaks — which speaks to Stone’s alleged lies but probably isn’t entirely necessary — does seem conspicuous. Remember that Mueller routinely includes stuff like this that comes up later — most notably with Konstantin Kilimnik’s ties to Russian intelligence and Michael Cohen’s plea to lying about Trump Tower Moscow.

In many ways, this feels like another “speaking indictment.” There’s a hint of something possible to come.


Only in the mind of those committed to preventing facts from reaching their brain is this overreach.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well our resident Mueller, mac, has it all figured out, so much so that there is really no reason for anyone to pay any attention to the news, that's nice. All we have to do is check in here to see what mac has to say, and what he has chosen to post, for the truth, the only truth, and nothing but the truth.
After all, we elected a racist, misogynist, Russian spy! Shocked Shocked Shocked
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 1:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

C'mon NW, you can get your head further into the sand. I want to see you join the pivot from "no collusion" to "collusion is not a crime." It may be time to start rolling out your legal arguments for how Trump can pardon himself, Stone and Manafort without it being obstruction of justice. Or what deal he will cut with Pence.

Perhaps a detailed discourse on how cooperation between the Trump campaign and Russia is just opposition research?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 1:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nothing but a process crime, has nothing to do with any Russian collusion. And because it's only a process crime, supposedly done by an older gentleman, who just lives, not hiding, with his wife and dog, it was determined that he was a violent flight risk criminal, so nothing was taken for granted.
It took 19 SUV's, holding 29 agents, and accompanied by CNN (obviously tipped off by the special council's office, and I don't care what the CNN guy says about that, they are not trust worthy), at the crack of dawn, banging on the door, just to make sure that the criminal doesn't give them the slip.
Loved the staged and videotaped drama, didn't you?

BTW he's already out on bail, you'd think that because they took such extraordinary efforts in arresting him, there would be no bail.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 1:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

has nothing to do with any Russian collusion. Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nw30 wrote:
Nothing but a process crime, has nothing to do with any Russian collusion. And because it's only a process crime, supposedly done by an older gentleman, who just lives, not hiding, with his wife and dog, it was determined that he was a violent flight risk criminal, so nothing was taken for granted.
It took 19 SUV's, holding 29 agents, and accompanied by CNN (obviously tipped off by the special council's office, and I don't care what the CNN guy says about that, they are not trust worthy), at the crack of dawn, banging on the door, just to make sure that the criminal doesn't give them the slip.
Loved the staged and videotaped drama, didn't you?

BTW he's already out on bail, you'd think that because they took such extraordinary efforts in arresting him, there would be no bail.


you friggen moron, the clinton impeachment was nothing but a process crime by your definition.... again a major difference here is Stone was indicted by a grand jury by Mueller a life long republican. Where whore Kennith Boy Starr also a ultra partisan right winger relgous zealot in what 6 years not one single grand jury indictment against either of the Clintons and his investigations went after anything and everything clinton.

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