Roger Stone Denies Alleged Murder Plot Against Nadler and Swalwell, Claims AI Manipulation of Tapes

Roger Stone, a longtime Republican strategist and lobbyist, recently was involved in a controversial situation involving an alleged tape in which he discussed the assassination of Democratic congressmen Jerry Nadler and Eric Swalwell. The tape, as reported by Mediaite, purportedly captures a conversation between Stone and former NYPD officer Sal Greco, during which Stone is heard saying, “It’s time to do it. Let’s go find Swawell. Either Nadler or Swawell must die before the election. They need to get the message.” That conversation reportedly took place at Caffe Europa in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

These allegations come in the context of Stone’s previous legal troubles related to the Russia investigation and his subsequent pardon by former President Donald Trump. It should be noted that Nadler and Swawell are members of the House Judiciary Committee, which is investigating Trump’s decision to commute Stone’s sentence during the alleged conversation.​​​​

In response to these allegations, Roger Stone strongly denied the claims, suggesting that the recording was the product of AI manipulation. He stated: “Bullshit. I never said anything like AI manipulation. You have asked me to respond to audio recordings that you do not allow me to hear and you have not indicated their source. Absurd.” This denial is consistent with Stone’s previous denials of similar claims, including an allegation of a conspiracy to kidnap a prosecutor, which he also attributed to AI-generated tapes.

Despite Stone’s denials, the situation caused considerable public outrage. Netizens expressed disbelief and anger, with many calling for Stone to be jailed. Some questioned how Stone remained free despite such serious charges, while others described the situation as more than just “locker room talk.”

The incident raises important questions about the reliability of records in the age of advanced AI and the potential for their misuse in political and legal contexts. It also underscores the ongoing tension and division in American politics, particularly between figures associated with the Trump administration and their opponents.

Roger Stone’s vehement denials and lack of public access to the alleged tape leave the truth of the matter uncertain. The situation remains the subject of intense public scrutiny and debate, reflecting the complex interplay of politics, technologyand justice in modern society.

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