Reading Roger’s Indictment
This post will provide a guide to reading Roger Stone’s indictment, to highlight what was unknown from it, and what has long been known. I’ll do updates to talk about the pregnant silences in the indictment.
Organization 1: WikiLeaks
Person 1: Jerome Corsi
Person 2: Randy Credico
Senior Trump Campaign official (¶12): Unknown — my wildarseguess is Rick Gates
After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen DNC emails by Organization 1, a senior Trump Campaign official was directed to contact STONE about any additional releases and what other damaging information Organization 1 had regarding the Clinton Campaign.
Corsi’s associate (¶13a, ¶13b): Ted Malloch
Attorney with ability to contact Assange (¶15dii): Margaret Kunstler
A supporter involved with the Trump Campaign (¶16a, ¶16d): Unknown
High-ranking Trump campaign official (¶16b, ¶16c): Steven Bannon
A reporter who had connections to a high-ranking Trump Campaign official (¶16b): Matthew Boyle
Associate of high-ranking Trump campaign official (¶17): Unknown
Person 2’s dog (¶39b): Credico’s therapy dog Bianca, who attended his grand jury appearance with him
September 18 request for information (¶15d): Stone was looking for details on Hillary’s attempts to thwart a Libyan peace deal
Update: I’ve taken out a reference to Sam Nunberg, who has said he’s not the one named in this indictment.