Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Oh My: Key Witness For Robert Mueller's Trump Witch-Hunt Had Child Porn Issues Dating Back To 1980s

By Town Hall, June 04, 2019

Oh, there was something I forgot to mention about the whole circus centering on Special Consul Robert Mueller’s key witness being slapped with child pornography charges. It’s happened before. This wasn’t some 'out of the blue' incident. George Nader was caught before in the 1980s peddling child pornography but got a reduced sentence because…he said he played a key role in national security matters. Still, even that wasn’t Nader’s only dabbling with child pornography. This sordid tale is quite active in the 1980s (via WaPo):
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