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Roger Stone Denies Alleged Role in Wikileaks Dirt on Clinton

Roger Stone on CNN

By Steve Neavling

Roger Stone, a Republican strategist and long-time confidant of President Trump, said his excitement over Wikileaks dirt on Hillary Clinton was nothing more than politics.

Stone, in an interview with CNN on Saturday, distanced himself from connections he reportedly had to email leaks, saying he never colluded with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Stone said he had “no advance notice” of Wikileaks information and simply learned from the media that the hacked emails were going to be leaked.

In October 2016, Stone tweeted that Clinton’s campaign “is done” and that he has “total confidence” in Assange, whom he called a “hero.”

Special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Stone’s role in the Trump campaign.

In the CNN interview, Stone said he “testified truthfully” to the House Intelligence Committee and “never had any direct contact” with Wikileaks or Assange.

“What I have done here is perfectly legal,” Stone said Saturday. “I took a solid tip and entirely public information that could be gleaned from the Wikileaks’ Twitter feed and by setting a Google News alert on Julian Assange and reading every interview to hype and punk and promote and posture and bluff the Democrats. That’s politics, but it’s not collusion.”

James ‘Robert’ Brown Named Special Agent in Charge of FBI’s Louisville Office

James “Robert” Brown

By Steve Neavling

James “Robert” Brown, a 16-year veteran of the FBI, has been named as the new special agent in charge of the bureau’s Louisville office.

Brown replaces Amy Hess, who left the office nearly three months ago to serve in a special cyber branch in Washington D.C.

Brown joined the FBI in 2002 to work in the bureau’s Miami Field Office and most often served as deputy assistant director of the National Security Branch’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Doctorate at FBI headquarters.

Before joining the FBI, Brown served as a deputy sheriff for nine years.