Anyone of us with common sense knows what is going on at D.C. Gitmo is unconstitutional. How do we know this? Simply because our FBI is corrupt.
But how do we know it’s corrupt? Well, we’ve got a lot of past experiences to go off of that has been littered with corrupt individuals doing corrupt things.
Here’s another perfect example that definitively proves corruption within the corrupt FBI. Former Arkansas State Senator Jon Woods was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison back in 2018 on fraud charges.
But guess what? One of the corrupt FBI agents on the case intentionally destroyed evidence in order to frame Woods.
According to KATV,
A former FBI agent admitted on Wednesday that he had paid a company to “clean” his computer, rendering the hard drive unusable in a forensic investigation.
Robert Cessario, a former agent, was charged with “corrupt destruction of record in an official proceeding” in connection with the corruption trial of former Springdale state senator Jon Woods, according to court filings.
In the plea deal, Cessario stated: “I erased the contents of the computer hard knowing that the court has ordered that the computer be submitted for a forensic examination. I did so with the intention of making the contents of the computer’s hard unavailable for forensic examination. At the time, I knew that the contents of the hard drive were relevant to an official proceeding, that is, Cause Number 5:17-CR-50010, United States v. Woods et al. I corruptly performed and had performed, the erasures with intent to impair the integrity and availability of the computer hard drive and its contents for use in that official proceeding.”
See! This is the sort of crap that we’re talking about and why the mess with the January 6 protesters is unlawful. They are actually purposely trying to put these people in prison.
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