Former Clinton Staffers Huma Abedin and John Podesta will soon have a new home at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, where they, like Clinton, will face a military tribunal to answer for heinous crimes committed against America and its people.
A confidential source familiar with Trump’s plan to drain the swamp and restore American prosperity to the people told RRN that U.S. Special Forces operating on Trump’s authority conducted simultaneous “nab and grab” missions to apprehend Clinton’s co-conspirators. Trump picked Easter Sunday to arrest the traitors because he believed it to be the best day to catch them unaware and at home, our source added.
Trump’s tactical expertise paid dividends.
At approximately 2:00 p.m., a Special Forces detachment out of Fort Bragg captured Abedin at her parents’ home near Lansing, Michigan, where the family had gathered for Easter dinner. Although Abedin is a radical Islamic Jihadist with obvious ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, she spent her political years pretending to be a Christian.
“Trump learned Abedin would be at her parents’ house for Easter. As you know, Clinton is already at GITMO awaiting trial. She’s given up a lot of info, including on Abedin—she’s allegedly revealed that she and Abedin partook in Adrenochrome infusions from Haitian children. When Navy Seals captured Clinton, they found evidence of this on her laptops, and now her own words have incriminated her and her criminal conspirators,” our source said.
As Huma Abedin was arrested and escorted to a clandestine holding facility in south Florida, a simultaneous offensive was made against John Podesta at his springtime home in the outskirts of Bethesda, MD. Special Forces Operators of the 3rd Special Forces Group descended on his Friendship Village home and used non-lethal force to subdue two bodyguards protecting Podesta and his wife, Mary.
A preliminary report said that U.S. forces suffered no casualties.
Moreover, it’s understood that Donald J. Trump had cleared the operation with General Gen. Richard D. Clarke, Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command.
This is a developing story. More details as they arrive.
On Easter Sunday Donald J. Trump invoked the Insurrection and Patriot Acts to order the arrest of two of Hillary Clinton’s co-conspirators, John Podesta, her former campaign manager, and Huma Abedin, Clinton’s former political advisor and alleged lover.
A confidential source involved in Trump’s agenda to overthrow the Deep State and return America to the people provided RRN exclusive details on the shocking arrests.
At noon Sunday, Donald J. Trump contacted Gen. Richard D. Clarke, Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, and asked that two Special Forces teams launch simultaneous incursions against Podesta, at his Friendship Village home in MD., and Abedin at her parents’ house near Lansing, MI.
“Trump obtained valid intelligence proving that they’d be at those locations. He picked Easter Sunday because, he felt, it was the best day to catch them in a lull. Podesta was at home with his wife, and Abedin having Easter lunch at her parents. Why Huma, a Muslim, was celebrating Easter we don’t know. But Trump trusted the intel,” our source said.
At 2:00 p.m., one Special Forces Detachment surveilled the Abedin home in the Old Everett subdivision of Lansing. As the family inside the home enjoyed a cooked goose dinner, elements of the 3rd Special Forces Group stealthily approached the 5,000 sq. ft. villa and readied an assault.
“From what we know, part of the team took up sniper positions near the front door, while others breached the rear and hurled flashbang grenades into the house, stunning and deafening everyone inside. Abedin’s parents collapsed in fear, while Huma started grousing about how she was protected and they couldn’t do this to her. They shackled her. They told the parents to keep quiet or else they’d be next,” our source said.
Special Forces took Abedin to a secure holding facility in south Florida, our source added.
A parallel infiltration in Maryland surprised Podesta and his wife, Mary. Unlike the Abedins, the Podestas had hired private security to defend their estate, but Special Forces silently subdued two armed guards who were patrolling the perimeter of the Podestas’ mansion.
When Special Forces stormed the house, interrupting the Podestas’ meal, John Podesta reportedly dropped to his knees and began sobbing and quaking like an animal, crying out, “Oh, God, please no. This wasn’t supposed to happen. I didn’t mean to do it.”
“The cowardly criminal’s crimes finally caught up with him. He knew what was coming and broke down in tears. The Special Forces guys took him and his wife. Because apparently she is complicit in his crime, and she could’ve warned the others, the ones who are next. This is a major blow to the Deep State’s morale. Soon, their crimes will be laid bare,” our source said.
Specific charges against Abedin and Podesta are detailed on sealed indictments in Trump’s possession. Trump has charged both Podesta and Abedin with treason, not to mention crimes against countless children. Our source said the exact nature of those crimes will remain confidential until Abedin and Podesta stand before their respective military tribunals to answer for horrific charges so shocking, they could rip open the fabric of society.
“The military will decide their fate, as it will Hillary’s,” our source said.
Hillary Clinton’s military tribunal is scheduled for April 8, at GITMO.
The U.S. military is finishing preparations for its case against the next Deep State architect to face a military tribunal, John Podesta, whose trial at Guantanamo Bay begins on Tuesday, May 4. Real Raw News has learned that Vice Adm. John G. Hannink, who successfully prosecuted the Judge Advocate General’s case against Hillary Clinton, will not return for an encore performance and instead delegate prosecutorial responsibility to another JAG official.
Unlike Clinton, who was eerily reticent until the moment of her execution, Podesta has talked and cooperated with the military in exchange for leniency. Although he won’t escape a tribunal and possible lifelong imprisonment, he will elude the hangman’s noose.
A confidential source with knowledge of the military’s litigation procedures told RRN that Podesta’s tribunal should take less than two days, as Podesta is expected to concede to the prosecution’s most damning allegations. They include sexual interactions with at least 50 underage children. Two, who were ages 6 and 10 at the time Podesta molested them in 2014, are expected to appear at the tribunal via live video to recount stories of how Podesta, Clinton, and a slew of political and Hollywood elites deceptively beguiled them into a world of sex, drugs, and ritual sacrifice.
“Podesta will be opening a Pandora’s Box that can’t be closed. It sickens me that he’s been given a deal. From what I’ve heard, they strapped these kids to gurneys locked in basements and fed them intravenously while periodically doing blood draws on them, telling these kids they were auditioning for roles in Disney films. And then the sexual misconduct. All that “pizza” Podesta enjoyed so much. If he adheres to his agreement, names will be dropping, names will be confirmed,” our source said.
Moreover, it’s anticipated that Podesta will testify to his knowledge of the murders of Vince Foster and Mary Mahone, a White House intern who was gunned down outside in the Georgetown suburb of Washington, D.C. Podesta’s plea deal also stipulates admitting to his involvement in the murders of Seth Rich and former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Additionally, Podesta must confess to taking part in Clinton/Obama-inspired plots to assassinate Donald J. Trump.
“Podesta has admitted he knows about 13 different schemes to kill Trump. Six were actually acted on, though each was foiled,” our source said.
In closing, our source said the military has already picked an all-female, three-officer panel to weigh the military’s case against Podesta. He could receive life at GITMO or, however unlikely, be exonerated on all charges.
Representatives of the Navy Judge Advocate General’s Office on Sunday informed an incarcerated John Podesta that the U.S. military had withdrawn a plea deal that would have guaranteed him a maximum sentence of life in exchange for having testified against Hillary Clinton. The terms of the now defunct agreement removed capital punishment from the table; without the protection of a plea bargain, Podesta potentially faces the same fate that befell Hillary Clinton—death by hanging.
A confidential source involved in the military’s litigation process told RRN that JAG officials spent days scrutinizing statements—admissions of guilt—Podesta had given in a closed deposition. So heinous were his crimes that JAG expressed remorse for proffering the agreement in the first place.
“Even though he’s not prosecuting Podesta’s case, Vice Adm. John G. Hannink made the decision to renege on the deal. He’s the one who offered it. The severity of Podesta’s crimes matched Clinton’s—a lot of stuff they did in tandem, together. When you think about it, there’s really no reason why he should get special treatment. He’s a sodomist [sic.]. Before breaking the deal, he called Trump,” our source said.
But Trump, our source noted, recused himself from the decision-making process, as he didn’t want his personal feelings of the defendant to interfere with military justice. The military, Trump said, should use its own discretion, based on available evidence, in deciding Podesta’s future.
“If the court wants him to hang, let him hang,” Trump reportedly said.
Podesta, our source added, wasn’t thrilled at what he termed a “last minute betrayal,” and said JAG never intended to honor its agreement and tricked him into testifying against Clinton under false pretenses. He berated and beseeched JAG officers, accusing them of violating “professional ethics,” and swore to cease cooperation.
“Podesta’s argument was moot. He’d already incriminated himself beyond redemption, and his threats of claiming he gave the deposition under pressure fell on deaf ears, and the tribunal will hear everything on Tuesday,” our source said.
Podesta’s tribunal is scheduled to begin at noon on May 4.
Sparks flew at Guantanamo Bay Tuesday morning as the U.S. military opened its case against former Clinton co-conspirator John Podesta, who stands accused of treason, accessory to murder, and innumerable child sex crimes.
Rear Adm. Darse E. Crandall of the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps began the proceedings by painting Podesta as a sanctimonious, smug lackey whom Hillary Clinton had recruited into her “nefarious cabal” in the early 1990s. Podesta’s unquenchable thirst for power and Clinton Cash morphed a barely competent attorney into a literal “yes man” who sacrificed his soul and committed unspeakable crimes to appease his Clinton masters, Rear Adm. Crandall told the three-officer, all-female panel picked to judge the merits of the military’s case.
In full dress uniform of their respective branches, the officers heard Rear Adm. Crandall rifle off names of 50 male and female minors Podesta had allegedly molested between 2003-2014. The admiral produced a dozen sworn affidavits from victims who had escaped Podesta’s clutches. Now adults, most were between 9 and 12 years old when Podesta convinced the victims’ parents that their children were being groomed for a future in politics, modelling, or Hollywood stardom. Two affidavits, authored by unrelated persons who did not know each other, told a strikingly similar story.
In July 2012, 10-year-old Henry Rayburn (not his real name) was introduced to Podesta as a friend of his parents, Washington socialites who spent more time hobnobbing at diplomatic soirees than they did caring for their child. Henry’s parents did not blink twice when Podesta offered to take young Henry on a trip to Disneyworld to meet Micky Mouse. According to the affidavit, Podesta chartered a private plane and “chaperoned” a group of four children to Orlando.
Rear Adm. Crandall read part of it aloud to the panel: “I never met Micky Mouse. After arriving in Florida, John Podesta told us we were going to a hotel and he was going to order pizza and soda for us to eat before meeting Micky. As much as I’ve tried to forget it, I remember one thing vividly: feeling lightheaded and dizzy after eating and waking up in sweat, blindfolded, face down and strapped down to a metal table in what I now know was an abandoned warehouse. I hurt all over, hurt so bad I thought it had to have been a nightmare. I tried to scream, but my words came out slow and odd. I heard John Podesta’s voice saying ‘this is the best time to draw blood’ as someone else, at least I assume it was someone else, sodomized me. I drifted into unconsciousness again, and then remember waking up on the airplane back to D.C. Podesta wasn’t on the plane, or at least I didn’t see him. Another man I didn’t recognize told me I was being sent home early because I had gotten sick and wouldn’t be able to meet Micky Mouse. I asked about the other kids and was told they were still in Orlando. When I told my parents, they tried to convince me that my imagination had been playing tricks on me, even though I was bruised all over and had huge hematomas on my forearms where they’d done blood draws. Although my parents never admitted to it, I believe they were bribed into silence. I kept quiet. Who would’ve believed a bratty 10-year-old kid.”
“The other 11 affidavits tell similar stores with one common denominator: John Podesta,” Rear Adm. Crandall told the panel. “These are not arguments to be contested. John Podesta admitted as much at pre-trial, and we have it all on tape. He engaged in serial, ritual abuse on children, and bribed and blackmailed parents to stay quiet. He and Clinton participated in these crimes with wanton abandon.”
Unlike Clinton, who was executed at GITMO on April 26, Podesta had retained a defense attorney to speak on his behalf. His counsel, Trisha Anderson, was no stranger to Guantanamo Bay. From 2013-2016, she served as primary defense counsel for 17 Yemeni Jihadists at GITMO.
She argued that Podesta’s admission of guilt was contingent on a plea deal the military had rescinded only two days prior to the tribunal. She said Podesta had signed the agreement in good faith, and that JAG had violated his rights by “pulling the rug out from under him.”
“My client confessed to avoid a death sentence from this Kangaroo Court, not because he is guilty of the crimes. You have ancient hearsay and flimsy evidence. If these tribunals allowed expert witnesses, I could shred this evidence to pieces. JAG’s behavior is a direct violation of my client’s rights,” Anderson protested.
Rear Adm. Crandall reminded the panel that Podesta, detained as an unlawful combatant, had no rights, and that it was their duty, not Ms. Anderson’s, to judge the validity of evidence.
“So now that we’ve withdrawn the plea agreement, he suddenly didn’t commit the crimes he’s charged with. Fascinating,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
After a brief recess, he presented his next piece of evidence, recorded video testimony of a 19-year-old man claiming that in 2013 Podesta had “exposed himself” to both he and his sister at a “pool party” hosted by Hillary Clinton at her Chappaqua, NY mansion. He identified himself as the son of a couple who had been longtime friends of the Clintons.
“John Podesta told us all kids want to see it,” the man’s quavering voice said. “Hillary was there, so was Bill. So was Chuck Schumer. Actor Tom Hanks. Many people I didn’t recognize. They all knew what was going on. He wanted me and my sister to touch his penis. He started wagging that tiny thing around.”
In the courtroom rivulets of tears streamed down Podesta’s face from behind his spectacles.
“He’s crying not for remorse but because he’s caught,” Rear Adm. Crandall said. “You fine officers have children of your own. Imagine, as unthinkable as it is, if these were your children. We have much more to present, but if there’s no objection, this commission will recess until eleven hundred hours tomorrow.”
A cowering Podesta, shackled at the wrists, was escorted from the courtroom, his attorney at his side.
On Wednesday afternoon Rear Adm. Crandall came out swinging.
“Not only did the defendant abuse innocent, unsuspecting children, but he took medication to carry out his macabre crimes,” Rear Adm. Crandall addressed the three-officer, all-female panel. “See, for much of his adult life, John Podesta has had erectile dysfunction. He admitted to this pre-trial, and you have before you copies of his written statements, with his signature in his handwriting. To remedy his ailment, Podesta did what many men do: He got a prescription for ED medication, in his case Cialis. Unlike most men, however, Podesta didn’t use this medication to have consensual sex with adult partners. He used it to terrorize adolescents. Let that sink in. John Podesta took erectile dysfunction medication to have sex with kids.”
“It’s hard for me to articulate this to you,” Rear Adm. Crandall said, still addressing the panel, “not because you fine officers are all female, but because of the nature of these crimes. I’d have the same difficulty talking to an all-male commission.”
According to Podesta’s statement, he grew weary of taking Cialis, which, he said, left him feeling lethargic and nauseous afterward. In August 2009, he was told of a “miracle remedy” that allegedly treated ailments from the common cold to pneumonia, from erectile dysfunction to stage 4 pancreatic cancer. The person who told Podesta about this cure was none other than William Jefferson Clinton, who, Podesta claimed, had self-administered it for nearly 30 years.
The cure involved a process whereby blood was drawn from the adrenal gland of young, frightened children. The younger and the more frightened, the better, Podesta had written in his statement to JAG. Several vacutainers of blood were taken from children, usually when they were in a state of unfathomable fear. Because the blood was drawn from a small gland above the kidneys, the jab was extremely painful.
“Podesta says the blood was spun through a centrifuge, then refrigerated and sent to an ‘underground’ laboratory in Switzerland, where it was blended with other chemicals and attenuated into a compound that, when injected, rejuvenated the recipient with newfound vim and vigor. He also says it never cured his ED. Mind you, there is no scientific evidence supporting the efficacy of this fairytale compound, but he says he and countless others have taken it to feel youthful, energetic, and, ummm, to extend life,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
In his statement, Podesta said the pharmaceutical concoction, which he called adrenochrome-C9H9NO3CU7TI9CN5, was administered either by injection or, for greater efficiency, intravenously suspended in a saline solution. He wrote he had received a dozen infusions since 2009.
“This fiend says this product is being used by thousands of wealthy people, wealthy because, he says, it cost about $250,000 per injection or $425,000 per infusion. Let’s be clear: This is sickening and, if true, people who took this will eventually be brought to justice,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
As he spoke, a handcuffed Podesta sat silently beside his attorney wit his elbows planted firmly on the desk. His head lowered, he avoided glancing at the three officers tasked with deciding his fate.
Rear Adm. Crandall said the prosecution would present its final evidence Thursday afternoon.
On Thursday, the Office of Military Commissions, Rear Adm. Crandall presiding, segued away from Podesta’s fascination with small children and focused instead on criminal actions he had taken against Donald J. Trump and his family.
Rear Adm. Crandall showed the three-officer, all-female panel statements of guilt Podesta had written and signed prior to the tribunal and before the military had rescinded a plea deal removing capital punishment from the table. One statement described how Podesta, Hillary Clinton, and then-DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile planned to extort Trump into dropping out of the 2016 presidential election. The plan, which was Podesta’s idea, involved kidnapping Trump’s youngest son, Barron, and threatening to “send him home in pieces” unless Trump followed the kidnapper’s demands.
To obfuscate their participation, Podesta suggested using a third party with no ties to the DNC to hire Chinese nationals to grab Barron Trump. At the time, Barron was 10 years old and typically in the company of his mother, Melania Trump. Tuesday and Friday afternoons were the exceptions. For 2 hours on those days, Barron left his mother’s side and travelled with a Secret Service detail to posh NYC toy stores like FAO Schwartz and Kidding Around, child-friendly places the SS had rigorously vetted.
“They learned the Trumps’ schedule. They intended to either pay off the Secret Service or create a distraction to kidnap young Barron. This ill-conceived plot was not carried out, but that’s not the point. Conspiracy to commit a crime is an actionable offense. The level of hubris is mindboggling,” Rear Adm. Crandall told the panel.
Moreover, he showed the panel an email Podesta had sent to Clinton and Brazile. “Difficult but doable. Will cost a lot, probably. But if we get ‘B’ then ‘D’ will have no choice,” the email read.
A reply from Brazile said, “Let’s do it.”
“Clinton and her minion, I mean the defendant, were publicly confident Hillary would win that election. Privately, they had an abundance of fear that Trump was going to win. So fearful they wanted to kidnap his son. A profusion of both arrogance and fear,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
After a short recess, Rear Adm. Crandall focused on a Podesta-and-Clinton-hatched plot to assassinate President Donald J. Trump during his visit to Vatican City on May 23-24, 2017.
Podesta’s written confession told a horrific tale about hiring someone to murder Trump at the Apostolic Palace. In this case, the plan to kill Trump failed, but still a life was lost.
Rear Adm. Crandall read from Podesta’s confession: “It was both our idea to eliminate Trump because we knew Pence would be more agreeable to work with. Hillary had connections in the Vatican, and she asked me to contact a man I knew only as Vittore Mazzi. We wired him the equivalent of $2,500,000 and told him we didn’t want details, only results. He wrote back, cryptically, he would poison Trump’s dinner plate and make sure it was only Trump who got poisoned food. Since we were not expecting to hear back until the job was completed or network news announced Trump was dead, I didn’t check the email address he responded to until after the dinner was scheduled. If I’d checked earlier, I would’ve told him to find a different way to kill Trump, because we know, of course, that a food tester accompanies him on most domestic and all trips abroad. I learned shortly thereafter that someone besides Trump had eaten food from his plate and died. The administration covered it up because there isn’t supposed to be public knowledge that a president employs a food tester, and his administration was afraid public dissemination would damage public opinion of the Secret Service. That’s what I learned. And I can only assume they asked the Vatican to keep it under wraps.”
“The defendant was a pitiful schemer,” Rear Adm. Crandall said, addressing the panel. “It seems that when Clinton tasked you with planning these crimes, things always went awry. Your involvement is indisputable. Regardless the statements and emails, out of his own mouth he admitted to these crimes at Clinton’s trial. This commission could spend weeks or even months highlighting his expansive criminal career, but we have others to bring to justice.”
A tearful and sullen Podesta slouched in his chair. Beside him, his counsel, Trisha Anderson, stared at the screen of her MacBook and rapped at the keys. She slowly rose to her feet and with an acrimonious smirk on her face, asked to make a statement.
“I remind the commission that my client’s admissions of guilt were based on a good faith agreement. JAG has pulled a bait-and-switch on Mr. Podesta. Had he known he might receive capital punishment, he would not have cooperated. The U.S. military is subverting justice, and Mr. Podesta, by no means a picture-perfect man—who among us is?—is being railroaded. I ask that you ladies, you officers, consider JAG’s behavior before deciding Mr. Podesta’s outcome,” Trisha Anderson said.
Rear Adm. Crandall gave a brief review of the charges and reminded the panel that a military commission, unlike a civilian court, needed only a majority vote to convict. He also said the tribunal, again unlike a civilian trial, does not have a separate penalty phase and that judgment be rendered once a determination of guilt is reached. Without a moment’s hesitation, the panel announced it had reached a verdict, finding Podesta guilty on all charges. It recommended Podesta receive capital punishment for his grievous crimes.
“Ms. Anderson, does your client understand the verdict, and does he have a preference as to how this sentence will be carried out?” Rear Adm. Crandall asked.
Podesta broke down in tears, his shoulders heaving fitfully.
“You’re murdering him, you decide,” Trisha Anderson said.
“Very well. This commission decrees John Podesta will face capital punishment by firing squad, the act to be carried out on 1 June. This session of the military commission on tribunals is concluded,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
As Podesta was helped to his feet and escorted from the tribunal chamber, his counsel said she would appeal the decision to anyone and everyone willing to listen.