Mueller witness George Nader pleads guilty to child porn, sex trafficking

Mueller witness George Nader pleads guilty to child porn, sex trafficking

By Gregg Re | Fox News

A political hobnobber who featured prominently as a key witness in former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation faces at least a decade in prison after pleading guilty to charges of child sex trafficking and possessing child pornography. . . .

. . . George Nader, 60, entered a plea deal Monday in federal court in Alexandria, Va., admitting to transporting a 14-year-old boy from the Czech Republic to Washington, D.C., in 2000 to engage in sexual activity with him. He also admitted to possessing child pornography depicting infants or toddlers.

Nader is still separately under indictment in Washington along with seven others on charges of conspiring to conceal the source of more than $3.5 million in political donations to Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign. . . .

Nader’s name appears more than 100 times in Mueller’s report. It details Nader’s efforts to serve as a liaison for a January 2017 meeting between a Russian banker with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin and members of President Trump’s transition team. . . . .

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@Ridgerunner almost certainly called this aspect perfectly almost two years ago (here).

Probably a “perjury trap” set up to allow Mueller to call another person a liar; Prince in this case. Obviously, Mueller has something on Nader or Nader would not need immunity.

Possibly Prince lied in testimony to Congress and maybe Nader is lying in order to get Mueller off his back about something else. But as with everything else in this “Russia collusion” fantasyland, such a meeting would not have been illegal at all.

Bold mine.

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Also almost two years ago this was posted
at least appearing to give Nader some cover compliments of WaPo . . .

(The next thing you know, we will be hearing about ABC deep-sixing stories about Epstein’s sexual abuse of children too. Whoops. That already occurred here and even reporting on that deep-sixing here.)

Washington Post Caught Deleting Explosive Article on Mueller Witness

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BY CILLIAN ZEAL
APRIL 8, 2018 AT 8:33AM
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Not long after it became clear Donald Trump would assume office as our 45th president, The Washington Post took on a new slogan: “Democracy Dies in Darkness.” . . .
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. . . . Those who are following Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation were reminded of that again this week when the paper deleted an article that claimed one of Mueller’s witnesses was a pedophile.
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According to the Daily Wire, a Washington Post report (see archived copy here) that Mueller witness George Nader had a “15-year-old pedophilia conviction in Europe that has not been previously reported” was removed from the Post’s website sometime in the past few weeks… . .

As was said back then (by me) . . . .

This does not raise my concern about Trump or for that matter even Mueller . . . But what in the world is going on with our American Press these days?

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The Roger Stone trial was not fantasyland.

ProVobis . . .

The Roger Stone trial was not fantasyland.

Yes it was fantasyland. At least with regards to Russian Collusion.

Those Stone crimes were process crimes.

Convicted of lying to Congress is a problem (but it is not Russian Collusion). Now if Brennan and Clapper were just held to the same standard, we would be better off.

Stone had other process crimes as well.

Stone was not convicted for Russian Collusion. You must know that (in which case, WHY did you bring it up?)

But my point in quoting @Ridgerunner did not concern Roger Stone did it?

It concerned George Nader.

Here is the quote I took from Ridgerunner again with bold original again too . . .

Probably a “perjury trap” set up to allow Mueller to call another person a liar; Prince in this case. Obviously, Mueller has something on Nader or Nader would not need immunity.

Possibly Prince lied in testimony to Congress and maybe Nader is lying in order to get Mueller off his back about something else. But as with everything else in this “Russia collusion” fantasyland, such a meeting would not have been illegal at all.

You got international pedophiles running around attempting to interfere with elections getting large amounts of money illegally into Hillary’s campaign while sexually assaulting children and what point does ProVobis bring up?

. . . . Roger Stone and process crimes.

Good grief.

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Roger Stone was introduced, as a deflection :roll_eyes:

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Another classic thread of “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter”

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