Roger Stone is preparing for a war against the Robert Mueller witch hunt. He has added additional legal experts and has taken two comprehensive lie detector tests and passed them both with flying colors.
Stone confirmed to The Hill that he hired Florida attorney Bruce Rogow as his lead lawyer. Rogow recommended that Stone take a lie detector test, and he ended up taking two – and passed them both.
“I suggested a polygraph in order to pin down the veracity of Roger’s positions on the investigation by the special counsel with regard to Julian Assange and Wikileaks. I have great confidence in the polygraph examiner, to whom I sent Mr. Stone.”
ABC reported that Stone responded “no” to polygraph questions about whether he communicated with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during the 2016 presidential election, and whether he ever discussed any stolen information from WikiLeaks with Trump during the same timeframe.
The news outlet noted that it was not able to verify the accuracy of the results.
Stone told The Hill he was “found to be truthful in both tests evaluated by two respected experts.” The Hill is not able to independently verify the test results.
While the Justice Department does not have specific rules on the use of polygraph tests in a trial, the practice has been found inadmissible in numerous cases.
Wild day that ended with us tracking down Roger Stone in a parking garage tonight. He told me he never talked to @realDonaldTrump about Wikileaks or hacked emails. And he says he’ll fight the charges. pic.twitter.com/HNQMMyNPpU