Roger Stone

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Family and early life

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2016 presidential race

Trump presidency


Brooks Brothers Riot

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Political clients

Election theft

Sex trafficking links

  • According to former NYPD detective Jim Rothstein, Stone was part of Roy Cohn's human compromise operation
  • NXIVM lobbying
  • Outing of Eliot Spitzer
    • Times Online, "Roger Stone: I tipped off FBI about Eliot Spitzer sex scandal", 2008/03/24: "Roger Stone, a controversial Republican operative, alerted authorities four months before the Democratic governor was forced to step down in a sex scandal. Mr Stone told the FBI, through a letter from his lawyer, that Mr Spitzer “used the services of high-priced call girls” while in Florida. “The governor has paid literally tens of thousands of dollars for these services. It is Mr Stone’s understanding that the governor paid not with credit cards or cash but through some pre-arranged transfer,” the letter said. “It is also my client’s understanding from the same source that Gov Spitzer did not remove his mid-calf-length black socks during the sex act. Perhaps you can use this detail to corroborate Mr Stone’s information.” The letter, dated November 19, was released after intense speculation about Mr Stone’s possible role in Mr Spitzer’s downfall this month after he was exposed as “Client 9” of an international prostitution ring that charged up to $5,500 (£2,800) an hour. The FBI refused to comment on what part the letter played in its investigation. [...] Mr Stone, a partner in a Fort Lauderdale public relations company, instructed his lawyer to expose the New York governor’s use of prostitutes after the FBI asked to talk to him about an unspecified matter. He told the Miami Herald that he learnt about the governor’s behaviour from a high-end call girl at an adults-only club called Miami Velvet who confided in him that she was disappointed to have missed a chance to entertain Mr Spitzer. Instead, her friend met Mr Spitzer and noted that he kept his socks on, Mr Stone said."