The Washington Post reports:
The stepson of conservative writer Jerome Corsi has been summoned by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III to testify before a grand jury, according to Corsi, a sign that Mueller’s team remains focused on the writer and his interactions with Roger Stone, a close associate of President Trump.
Corsi said in a Fox Business Network interview Monday night that his stepson, Andrew Stettner, had recently received a subpoena for his testimony.
As part of their investigation, Mueller’s prosecutors have sought information about emails from 2016 that Corsi deleted from his computer, including exchanges with Stone, according to draft court documents that Corsi released last year.
The Hill reports:
Draft court documents from the special counsel’s team obtained by The Hill show that prosecutors allege Corsi made false statements during a Sept. 6 interview.
The documents claim that Corsi initially told investigators that he declined a request from an individual, whom Corsi identified as Stone, to get in touch with WikiLeaks about “pending … emails.”
However, the documents state that Corsi later replied to Stone, “Word is friend in embassy plans 2 more dumps. One shortly after I’m back. 2nd in Oct. Impact planned to be very damaging,” appearing to refer to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.