Roger Stone Lashes Out at Liar Adam Schiff in Attorney’s Letter

Trump confidante Roger Stone refused to produce requested documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

Stone invoked the Fifth Amendment in declining the request by minority leader Dianne Feinstein.

Feinstein had requested “communications related to hacked emails, communications with Russian hackers of Wikileaks, and communications with the Trump campaign.”

Roger Stone had no communications with “Russian hackers” of Wikileaks.


Attorney Grant Smith also released this statement attacking partisan hack, leaker and liar Rep. Adam Schiff:

Despite the partisan claims of Congressman Schiff and others, Mr. Stone’s testimony was entirely accurate. Mr. Stone has released text messages that absolutely establishes Randy Credico was Mr. Stone’s source regarding the significance and the October release of the WikiLeaks information. Mr. Stone entirely rejects the contentions of Dr. Jerry Corsi, as suggested to him by the Special Counsel’s Office, that he was the source of any information pertaining to the WikiLeaks disclosures. Further, Mr. Stone’s contention that Dr. Corsi briefed him on the Podesta brothers’ lucrative dealings in Ukraine and Russia prior to his “iconic” August 21, 2016 about the brothers, is entirely supported by email and text message records.

Rather than engage in hair splitting and frivolous arguments regarding semantics, Mr. Stone has challenged Congressman Schiff to provide any evidence he has that Mr. Stone had advance knowledge of the source or content of the WikiLeaks disclosures including any allegedly hacked or allegedly stolen emails ultimately published by Wikileaks.

FYI, a similar letter to the attached was sent on behalf of Mr. Stone to the Senate Intel Committee back in September.

** The Gateway Pundit reached out to Roger Stone. He told us his letter to the senate predated President Trump’s Monday tweet.

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