Tom Fitton Threatens FOIA Lawsuit to Uncover How CNN Was Tipped Off on Roger Stone Raid
President Trump’s longtime confidant and advisor Roger Stone was arrested by heavily armed
KGB FBI agents Friday morning in a pre-dawn raid.
King Mueller indicted Roger Stone and charged him on 7 counts including false statements, obstruction of justice and witness tampering.
These are all process crimes. There is no Russian collusion. Mueller has nothing so he is trying to turn the screws on Roger Stone.
CNN was tipped off and captured the raid live.
CNN claimed it was a hunch that led them to Stone’s house — their gut instinct is so good that they just happened to know the FBI was going to arrest Roger Stone Friday morning.
Even the local reporters had no clue the FBI was going to raid Stone’s house.
I live in Ft. Lauderdale and have been on the phone with reporters all morning.
None. Not one, except for a remote CNN crew, knew about Roger Stone’s arrest.
That’s not gut instinct. I’d bet my last dollar they were tipped off.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) January 25, 2019
At least six FBI vehicles and approximately 27 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.
The Judge released Stone on a very low bond which proves the FBI raid was abusive and excessive.
On Friday, President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton threatened a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request to get to the bottom of how CNN was tipped off to the raid.
TOM FITTON: Maybe a Judicial Watch FOIA will uncover will uncover how CNN found out about the Stone raid.
Maybe a @JudicialWatch FOIA will uncover how CNN found out about the Stone raid.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 25, 2019