Law & Crime reports:
Jerome Corsi, former associate of Roger Stone, is now suing him over statements he made on InfoWars, as well as alleged threats that he says were meant to keep him from testifying in his criminal case.
The complaint, filed in D.C. federal court on Thursday, says that in statements made on the right-wing site in January, Stone said Corsi “has told a number of lies,” and “was perfectly willing to bear false witness against me on multiple points that are complete fabrications,” and other similar statements. In addition to the defamation claims, the lawsuit also states that Stone threatened him by saying, “I look forward to our confrontation. I will demolish you.”
Corsi claims that by making threats against against him, Stone “intended to try to even cause Plaintiff Corsi to have heart attacks and strokes, in order that Plaintiff will be unable to testify at Stone’s criminal trial.”
This latest suit seeks at least $25 million for “defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress.” As the kids say, LOL.