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PATRICK HOWLEY| American Patriot Targeted In Trick Play
Legendary Republican operative Roger Stone is facing prison time after he was convicted on process crimes pertaining to the Robert Mueller investigation, which failed to find any evidence that the 2016 Trump campaign colluded with the Russians.
A juror in the Stone case named Tomeka Hart has a Twitter history disparaging Trump, and retweeting anti-Stone commentary after Stone’s arrest, including sharing articles about the Roger Stone case, according to a masterful thread by MAGA researcher Shem Horne.
Now, court documents obtained by NATIONAL FILE (presented below) show that a Russian national who used the fake name “Henry Greenberg” when meeting with Roger Stone in 2016 admitted under oath to being a longtime FBI informant. Trump 2016 campaign adviser Michael Caputo has submitted documentation in this article to U.S. Attorney John Durham, who is investigating corruption on the part of federal government agencies during the past presidential election.
For context, NATIONAL FILE will present some background on the Ukrainian named Alexei Rasin and the Russian who identified himself as “Henry Greenberg,” both of whom met with Stone in May 2016 in an attempt to push anti-Hillary Clinton opposition research to Stone. Then, we present below the documents proving that one of these men served as a longtime FBI informant, including during Robert Mueller’s reign as director of the FBI. Mueller served as FBI director from 2001 to 2013 before leading the special counsel investigation into the 2016 Trump team.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report claimed that Mueller’s office could not locate Alexei Rasin, the Ukrainian who tried to sell supposed Hillary Clinton opposition research to Roger Stone alongside a Russian using the fake name “Henry Greenberg.”
I located Alexei Rasin and spoke to him by phone. Rasin did not know that he was in the Mueller report. When told that he appeared in the report, Rasin said, “Wow, quite interesting.” He declined to be interviewed or to state whether or not Mueller ever contacted him.