Tomorrow, Thursday, in Fayetteville, Arkansas, former FBI Agent Robert Cessario will finalize a plea agreement to a federal felony with his former employer who is now prosecuting him, the Department of Justice, in which he will receive an incredibly lenient one year of probation for destroying evidence in a political trial involving former pro-Trump Arkansas State Senator Jon Woods.
Woods remains in prison even though the government has admitted destroying evidence in his trial that might have been vital to his defense. FBI Agent Cessario will be admitting to just one count of Obstruction of Justice, and will receive an incredibly lenient sentence despite on-site protesters agitating against this injustice.
The Gateway Pundit reported on this story back in August: FBI AGENT PLEADS GUILTY TO DESTROYING EVIDENCE TO FRAME PRO-TRUMP POLITICAL PRISONER
People close to Woods are saying that the Justice Department is just protecting its own in order to cover up the evidence that would prove former Arkansas State Senator Jon Woods is innocent.
Woods was convicted of a convoluted and complicated scheme involving the transfer of state funds to support a local college and community college. Even though Woods had no direct involvement in the transfer, prosecutors say he received non-monetary kickbacks and was later given a paid consulting contract. The government put on a 19 day trial where they pressured Woods’ colleagues to say anything to indict the conservative legislator.
The conviction was obtained using undercover microphones, many files of which were never turned over to the defense. When the defense asked for them, the Court ordered them produced. Which is when FBI Agent Cessario destroyed them, twice! When they looked on the computer that had the files before Cessario, it, too, was ‘wiped by accident.’ And when the original recordings were sought from the recording devices, they disappeared.
Original Recording Device: **Disappears**
Original Laptop where the Audio Files were Downloaded: Formatted and Wiped by pro-FBI attorney
FBI’s Computer receiving those Files: Purposefully Formatted TWICE by FBI Agent Cessario
Jon Woods claims that destroyed evidence would have proven his innocence and shown the heavy-handed tactics the government used in order to get cooperating defendants to lie to convict him.
In court even the Brandon-appointed attorneys were forced to admit that corrupt FBI Agent Robert Cessario’s excuses were “not credible.”
Cessario says they were just his personal medical records. The Government now says they have no reason not to believe a disgraced FBI Agent pleading guilty to a felony and take him at his word: that they were just personal medical records!
LAWLESS FBI AND LAWLESS DOJ KEEP IMPRISONING PRO-TRUMP POLITICIANS AND ACTIVISTS, WELCOME TO BIDEN’S BANANA REPUBLIC
The Appellate Courts have told Woods that they won’t revisit his sentence because Woods can’t prove what was on the recordings would prove his innocence.
Now, the Justice Department gets to cover its tracks by giving this FBI Agent a sweetheart deal, so now the Agent will never have a reason to challenge the government’s storyline.
The government refused to allow Cessario to testify at the Woods trial.
DOJ ON THEIR OWN CORRUPTION: NOTHING TO SEE HERE FOLKS, PLEASE MOVE ALONG!
The formatting of these laptops was only discovered because Woods’ trial counsel realized that there were missing gaps in the sets of audio files turned over to them.
Later it was learned that colleagues of corrupt FBI Agent Cessario knew about the deletions but didn’t want to hurt the career of their colleague. Cessario asked them to keep quiet and not report the deletions to the prosecutors and especially not to the defense.
Even when the government is caught breaking the law, the government covers up its crimes and protects its agents so that no one is ever brought to justice.
ONE SET OF LAWS FOR FBI AGENTS, ANOTHER HARSHER SET OF LAWS FOR THE CITIZENS
Woods is currently scheduled to be released in 11 more years after having served 4. Woods has maintained his innocence all along.
Corrupt FBI Agent Cessario claims that his deletion of over 600 megabytes of data from a hard drive containing the evidence in the Jon Woods case was motivated by a desire to not let his coworkers know about an unspecified pending medical issue.
The government then says that they have no reason to doubt that Cessario is being truthful, now that he’s been caught destroying evidence.
DOJ DEEP STATE GET TO IMPRISON PRO-TRUMP POLITICIANS AND BREAK THE LAW TO DO SO
One person close to the Woods team noted that Senator Jon Woods, as a prominent Trump backer, had been at odds with the state’s largest employer, Tyson Foods. Tyson Foods’ business model relies on cheap labor, often using illegal immigrants. The lead prosecutor for the Department of Justice in the Woods trial, Dak Kees, resigned and took a job with Tyson Foods after putting innocent Jon Woods in prison.
Jon Woods’ brother Rob Woods had this to say to the Gateway Pundit about the sweetheart plea deal for corrupt FBI Agent and confessed felon Robert Cessario:
“The criminal actions by the FBI through their agent Robert Cessario forever crushed what is the foundation of every American’s basic right to a fair trial and vaporized the ideology of what our justice system should be. And shockingly Cessario showed no remorse for his actions and even attempted to minimize any idea that his criminal conduct had any serious consequences. According to the Office of the Inspector General’s investigation transcript, when he was confronted by a fellow FBI agent about the wiped laptop, Cessario simply said “this is not a big deal”. This type of victory at all costs viewpoint shows that Cessario’s conduct in this matter was not the first of its kind committed by him and the Woods family demands the Department of Justice review other cases in which Cessario was the lead investigator. As we now know: crimes were committed by Cessario.”
To be fair to the corrupt FBI your Gateway Pundit asked them if they had a comment on the Cessario plea deal, to which an FBI Spokesperson said “We decline comment on this matter.”