The Office of Military Commissions and the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps have scheduled a tribunal date for former New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo. The disgraced politician, who resigned amid a plethora of sexual misconduct allegations, will stand before a 3-officer panel beginning on September 20.
As reported previously, Cuomo was taken into custody on August 15 when U.S. Navy Seals stormed his East Hampton domicile in a pre-dawn raid. Cuomo spent two days in a temporary holding facility before being flown to GITMO for processing. He is currently housed at GITMO’s Camp Delta detention block.
According to sources familiar with the arrest, Cuomo has been an “unruly” detainee and has often verbally sparred with GITMO staff.
“He hardly sleeps, cusses at everybody, throws his food trays against the wall and is always demanding to speak to his brother, Chris. Guards had to gag him because he was spitting on them when they took him from is cell to the shower. He keeps screaming about how is people are going to save him,” a source said.
The U.S. military is holding Cuomo to account for the deaths of at least 32,000 American senior citizens who needlessly perished during the initial wave of the global plandemic. The Office of Military Commissions alleges that Cuomo threatened to withhold state funding from hospitals, nursing homes and hospices unless they attributed non-Covid-19 fatalities to Covid-19. Moreover, the charges suggest Cuomo ordered these facilities to place living people in mobile, refrigerated morgues and eighteen-wheelers retrofitted into roving crematoriums.
RRN will report on the tribunal once it begins.