in the vicinityVideoCorsi: Müller wanted me to lie
Conservative author Jerome Corsi, he said “acquitted” after the Special Counsel Robert Müller ended the Russia-investigation and does not recommend any new charges.
Corsi was indicted in the crosshairs of the Müller probe since last year, when he was accused of lying under oath to Mueller’s investigators, but was never.
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Speaking on Friday after the news that Müller presented his report to the Ministry of justice, he said that he and his family are pleased that the investigation ended with him not charged to get in the end.
“We feel justified,” Corsi told CNN. “I’ve done nothing wrong.”
“We feel confirmed. I have done nothing wrong.”
— Jerome Corsi
Corsi, the former Washington Bureau chief of the conspiracy theory outlet InfoWars, was offered a deal with the investigators that would have been necessary to confess him guilty of perjury.
But he refused the business on the basis that he could no longer lie about what he knew to be wrong, even if it meant living out his life in prison.
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“I went there to cooperate you. They treated me like a criminal,” Corsi, the outlet said. “I think the whole of this investigation as fraudulent. I’m glad it’s over.”
Corsi complained to the special counsel last year, accuses Müller of leaking grand jury, elements, and various constitutional violations, including illegal surveillance.
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According to the lawsuit, Miller is trying to get Corsi’s statement that he has said is false. He is seeking $100 million in actual damages and $250 million in damages due to the injury to his reputation.
Corsi told CNN that he appear voluntarily in the trial against his former close connection with Roger stone and will only if he is subpoenaed.