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In Silent No More: How I Became a Political Prisoner of Mueller's Witch Hunt, New York Times bestselling author of Killing the Deep StateJerome R. Corsi, Ph.D. meticulously details the psychological torment he was subjected to in what the media has simply called, The Mueller Investigation.
In late 2018, in an FBI closed conference room with no windows, Dr. Corsi was confronted for hours upon hours at a time by detailed questioning about events that occurred in 2016. Dr. Corsi's inquisition was worthy of the Gestapo or KGB, designed to break even the most cooperating witness. Over a period of two months, three of Mueller's top prosecutors and an army of FBI agentsup to nine government officials at a timequestioned Dr. Corsi with his attorney, David Gray.
Throughout this harrowing ordeal, Dr. Corsi handed over his personal computers, his cell phone, all of his email accounts, his Twitter account, and his Google account. Finding no smoking gun, Mueller's prosecutors blew up the meetings. Dr. Corsi refused to lie to the prosecutors to give them the ammunition they needed to prosecute Roger Stone, and as a result he was told he would be charged with a criminal offense for lying to the FBI and the Special Prosecutor.
At seventy-two years of age, Dr. Corsi was subjected to extreme mental anguish, imagining that he may never see his family again as a free man.
Rather than conducting an honest investigation, Mueller's Special Prosecutors reinforced a prefabricated narrative aiming to charge President Trump with Treason. Silent No More: How I Became a Political Prisoner of Mueller's "Witch Hunt" exposes the inner workings of this governmental escapade, and clearly states why Mueller has no case against the President.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jerome R. Corsi received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in Political Science in 1972. He is an investigative journalist and senior staff writer for several conservative websites. Corsi is coauthor of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller Unfit for Command, and is author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller The Obama Nation. Since then, he has devoted his time to writing on politics and economics, two fields in which he has considerable experience. In his career, he has written numerous other New York Times bestselling nonfiction books.
Disregard the trolls. Yes, I was surprised at finding misspellings but look past that to the larger meaning because the message of the book is too close to what happens before a communist take-over of a formerly free country. This book is instructive in that it corroborates what happened in License to Lie by Sidney Powell. Federal prosecutors took down and entire company with hundreds of employees (Arthur Anderson) only to have the conviction reversed after it totally destroyed many lives. That is a fact, not a conspiracy. There were several heartbreaking stories that this scenario happened to. And no recourse for the victims because it is the government. Corsi's example is chilling because it has to do with the highest form of constitutionally protected speech - political speech. That is how Corsi makes his living. Expecting a 72 year old to remember a single e-mail out of 65,000 emails two years ago without the benefit of "memory refreshed" is bad. But to use this scenario to create a perjury charge to coerce a false confession consistent with a prosecutor's theory of the case is unconscionable. They brought the full force of the DOJ, FBI and CIA down on Corsi and broke him down for 40 hours of intensive, exhaustive questioning by 3 of Mueller's top prosecutors when Corsi wasn't even charged with a crime. He was a potential witness.
Sure, the book could use a good editor to correct some mistakes. My guess is the digital manuscript was rushed to release. Looking past that this first-hand story reveals an over-zealous prosecutorial effort focused on validation rather than seeking the truth. Mueller's team attempted to negotiate a plea deal to a dubious process crime in order to work their way up the food chain. So far they've failed.
My hope is that Dr. Corsi and his wife stand strong. I admire his courage to honor the truth, and I can't say my memory of events years old would be much better under the grueling circumstances presented in the book.
Dr. Corsi, you're 72 with a weakened heart and feeling vulnerable. But you have expressed a strong faith and a love for our country. I'm confident that no matter what happens the truth will set you free. The American people respect a fighter and underdog so keep believing in us and do what you know is right in your heart. Take the advice of the limo driver when you drove past the NBC interview.