Jerome Corsi’s lawyers, Larry Klayman and David Clay, said their client's interactions with former Trump campaign aide Roger Stone as described in Stone's indictment are “accurate,” in a statement released Friday afternoon.
“Importantly, the Stone incitement does not accuse Dr. Corsi of any wrongdoing and indeed this is the case,” the statement read. “In sum, it would appear that the Special Counsel's investigation has been thorough and complete and the Stone indictment is accurate with regard to references to Dr. Corsi, consistent with Dr. Corsi’s testimony and interviews... and confirms that Dr. Corsi has not been and is not being accused of any illegality.”
Corsi, the former InfoWars D.C. bureau chief, was accused in the indictment of speaking to Stone throughout Trump's campaign about Wikileaks—particularly about the release of stolen documents from Hillary Clinton's campaign. Stone was accused “charges of obstruction, witness-tampering and false statements” in a seven-count indictment from Mueller's office Thursday morning.