Category Archives: WikiLeaks

5 Scenarios For How Mueller’s Investigation Could End

By Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux in FiveThirtyEight – Trump is implicated in some form of coordination with Russia to interfere with the 2016 election. Trump is implicated in obstruction of justice. Trump isn’t accused of wrongdoing, but someone close to him is. … Continue reading

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What The Roger Stone Indictment Does (And Doesn’t) Tell Us

By Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux of FiveThirtyEight – The details do make for a much more colorful read than your typical court document.  But on its face, the Stone indictment doesn’t include much information that wasn’t already in the public eye. The … Continue reading

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Roger Stone fights back, slams ‘busted’ Washington Post over Mueller report

Radnor Reports suggests that this article and the preceding article – Zeroing in: Special Counsel Mueller examines conflicting accounts of Roger Stone and WikiLeaks – be read together. By Megan Keller of The Hill Longtime President Trump ally Roger Stone … Continue reading

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Zeroing in: Special Counsel Mueller examines conflicting accounts of Roger Stone and WikiLeaks

By Carol D. Leonnig, Manuel Roig-Franzia and Rosalind S. Helderman of the Washington Post In recent weeks, a grand jury in Washington has listened to more than a dozen hours of testimony and FBI technicians have pored over gigabytes of … Continue reading

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