Corsi Alleges Roger Stone Tried to Give him Heart Attacks
While Roger Stone has vowed to not testify against Donald Trump, Stone’s associates are certainly willing to talk about him. Associate Randy Credico spoke to the FBI 5 months ago, despite Stone’s alleged attempts to stop him.
Now former friend, Jerome Corsi is not only talking about Stone, he’s filing a lawsuit against him. The suit goes so far to allege that Stone attempted to give Corsi heart attacks.
Like Credico, Corsi is claiming that Stone attempted to prevent him from speaking to the FBI. The suit claims the former adviser to Donald Trump’s, “intentional infliction of emotional distress and coercion and threats are intended to try even cause Plaintiff Corsi to have heart attacks and strokes, in order that Plaintiff will be unable to testify at Stone’s criminal trial.”
Corsi, who is asking for $25 million, also says Stone’s conduct caused him, “conscious pain, suffering, severe emotional distress and the fear of imminent serious bodily injury or death, and other mental and physical injuries, and Plaintiff was severely harmed and damaged thereby.”
While the two men were at one time good friends, the pressure of the Mueller investigation ripped them apart. After Corsi spoke to the FBI, Stone was sure that he had turned his back on him.
Stone took to Instagram to write:
“So Jerry Corsi was working with Mueller to sandbag me on a fabricated perjury charge.Mueller’s minion even promised Corsi no jail time if he would lie and say he gave me John Podesta’s stolen e-mails (which he did NOT) Then they were going to say I passed them on to Trump (which I did NOT) . Jerry was willing to LIE about me but not himself ! Now Jerry is lying about legitimate research he did for me regarding the Podesta brothers lucrative business in Russia. Jerry Corsi is starting to make Michael Cohen look like a stand up guy!”
Corsi has also filed a lawsuit against Robert Mueller.