Strategist reacts to cyber terror complaint

 

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Campaign strategist Roger Stone at Lee Harvey Oswald Conference

New Orleans – Trump campaign strategist Roger Stone categorically denied any collusion with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in wiretapping and hacking Clinton Campaign Chairman John Pedesta.

The Democratic Presidential campaign has filed a complaint with the FBI alleging cyberterrorism and treason in an alleged plot with the Russian Federation to derail the former Secretary of State’s election bid over leaked e-mail security.

“This is about three weeks of politics,” said Stone, who was appearing in a speaking engagement to commemorate the birthday of accused Presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.

“I’ll be glad to talk to the FBI,” said Stone. “But it’s a dead end.”

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