A grand jury is different from other juries. First of all, only one side, the prosecution, gets to speak. In the second place, it’s work is secret, and nothing from the grand jury can be made public until after an arrest is made. Leaking that information is a major felony that carries a prison time, a fine, or both. Someone from Mueller’s team gave out a copy of the grand jury indictment at least two days before Stone’s arrest. If that wasn’t bad enough, they arranged it so that CNN would be there to record the arrest. And we haven’t even discussed the civil suit likely to arise against Mueller and CNN.
For weeks, we have been hearing CNN claim again and again that their presence at Stone’s home ahead of the FBI’s pre-dawn raid was a combination of “luck” and good reporting. They have since built on that fairy-tale, describing their propagandist filming of Stone’s arrest the result of watching “unusual grand jury activity” in the days leading up to January 25th.
However, we at The Gateway Pundit reported exclusively how the metadata on a draft copy of the indictment obtained by a CNN reporter and sent to Roger’s attorney after his arrest showed a save date of two days prior to the January 25th unsealing of the court documents following the Stone’s arrest. This proved that CNN illegally obtained a copy of the grand jury indictment, and now Mr. Stone’s attorneys are demanding the Mueller’s office explain themselves.
According to the filing, Stone is laying out exactly how CNN came into possession of the illegally leaked document, which lead to their “stake out” in front of Stone’s South Florida home an hour before the FBI arrived on scene. Last week, home surveillance video of the raid was released by Infowars, and showed FBI agents coordinating with CNN to position their film crew to televise Mr. Stone’s arrest.
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