Roger Stone Released on Very Low Bond – Proves Judge Knows Pre-Dawn FBI Raid with Guns Drawn Was Excessive

President Trump’s longtime confidant and advisor Roger Stone was arrested by heavily armed KGB FBI agents Friday morning in a pre-dawn raid.

Stone was indicted on process crimes. There was no Russian collusion. Mueller has nothing so he arrested Stone on making false statements and obstruction of justice.

Stone was subsequently released on $250,000 bond.

Roger Stone is a 66-year-old, non-violent man who was not a flight risk, yet Mueller deployed his Gestapo thugs to Roger Stone’s Ft. Lauderdale, Florida home early morning to intimidate him.

CNN just happened to be there as at least six FBI vehicles and approximately 12 officers stormed Roger Stone’s home in Fort Lauderdale. The KGB FBI agents were dressed in tactical vests with large weapons. They were wearing night vision glasses.

This is a new low for the FBI.

Mueller is trying to turn the screws on Stone — Stone reiterated today that he will not testify against President Trump. “I will not bear false witness,” Stone said Friday after he was released on bond.

A judge released Roger Stone on $250,000 bond Friday — this is a very low bond after an FBI raid.


Attorney Robert Barnes said that this very low bond proves the Judge knows the raid was excessive.

“Do you think if Mueller had any evidence Stone ever worked for or with the Russian government that he would be freed on a low-level bond and only charged with dubious process crimes?” Robert Barnes asked.

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