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of the Navy Judge Advocate General’s Office on Sunday informed an incarcerated John Podesta that the U.S. military had withdrawn a plea deal that would have guaranteed him a maximum sentence of life in exchange for having testified against Hillary Clinton.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.Military Revokes Podesta Plea Deal: “Let Him Hang! — Real Raw News