- The Daily Caller News Foundation has obtained drafts of a plea agreement and a statement of criminal offense that Special Counsel Robert Mueller prepared for Jerome Corsi, an associate of Roger Stone’s.
- The documents show that Mueller’s team wanted Corsi to plead guilty to making false statements about three email exchanges he had with Stone regarding WikiLeaks.
- One of the emails shows that Corsi told Stone on Aug. 2, 2016, that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was planning to dump Clinton-related emails.
- Corsi rejected the plea offer.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller cited three email exchanges between right-wing author Jerome Corsi and Trump confidant Roger Stone in a draft court filing submitted to Corsi earlier this month.
The emails show that in late July 2016, Stone suggested that Corsi or one of his associates get in touch with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Another email, from Aug. 2, 2016, shows that Corsi suggested to Stone that he knew of WikiLeaks’ plans to release information that would damage the Clinton campaign.
Corsi also referred to “hackers” and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in the email.
The emails are laid out in a statement of offense that Mueller’s team prepared as part of a plea agreement offered to Corsi.
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