Conspiracy theorist and Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi said in a YouTube livestream Monday that he expects to be indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. “I’m thinking I’m the next to be indicted,” he said in his livestream, adding that he was served a subpoena recently. “I guess I am going to have to go to prison for the rest of my life because I dare to oppose the deep state.” Corsi said he was told that he was going to get indicted, and urged viewers to contribute to his legal defense fund via PayPal. He added in an interview with ABC News that he did not know what Mueller would charge him with, but claimed his “crime was choosing to support Donald Trump.” Corsi also insisted that his questioning by Mueller’s investigators was “an inquisition worthy of the KGB or the Gestapo.” Corsi, formerly the InfoWars Washington bureau chief, recently testified before a federal grand jury in Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Corsi’s discussions with Stone, a former Trump campaign adviser, is reportedly of interest to Mueller’s scrutiny of Stone’s communications with WikiLeaks. In a statement Monday evening, Stone said all of his communications with Corsi “prove everything [he has] said under oath” if they are not taken out of context. “Dr. Corsi strikes me as a man who has been squeezed hard but refuses to do anything but tell the truth which is why they may be indicting him,” Stone wrote.