During his interview with Fox News’ Judge Napolitano, Roger Stone relayed the horrifying moment when Stone realized his wife might get shot by Meuller’s SWAT Team. Stone told the judge that his wife is “hearing impaired” for not complying with orders she couldn’t hear.
Stone’s wife, Nydia Betran, who was born on May 8, 1946, in Cuba, is no stranger to Gestapo style tactics used against citizens. Betran relocated to the United States in 1959 with her family and began working as a model appearing in local advertisements.
Betran was also interested in photography and became a news photographer covering a number of events such as presidential campaigns. While working on President Ronald Reagan’s campaign, she met Stone. They two began dating and tied the knot in Las Vegas in 1992.
Stone told Judge Napolitano that at six 0’clock in the morning there was “pounding on the door” and that he was “sleeping on the second floor with my wife, who is hearing impaired—virtually deaf.” After Stone relayed the stunning number of FBI agents with “sidearms and assault weapons pointed at my home.” Stone told Napolitano that he was told by the FBI agents to “come out with my hands up.” Stone continued, “I was told I told to come out with my hands up— I did. I was told I was uh, under arrest. No one read me my rights, I might add.”
No one read Stone his rights?
Stone relayed one of the more frightening moments of the pre-dawn raid for him and his wife: “I was afraid that they would go upstairs, think my wife was not complying with to an order that she could not hear, and shoot her.” Napolitano asked, “Did they take your wife out of the house, Roger?” Stone told the judge that they did bring his “barefoot” wife outside and made her stand next to him, even though she wasn’t guilty of anything.
Watch the incredible exchange here:
It isn’t the first time Mueller’s squad of goons treated the wife of a suspect tied to President Trump with utter disrespect.
According to the Washington Times, the July 2017, pre-dawn raid of the Manafort home also involved the “manhandling” of Mrs. Manafort.
It has been reported that the agents checked Mr. Manafort and wife Kathleen for guns as they broke into the Alexandria condo pre-dawn by picking the lock.
A source familiar with the case told The Washington Times the search was even more intrusive: An agent patted down Mrs. Manafort before she was allowed to get out of bed.
“Agents felt up Mrs. Manafort lying in bed to see if she had guns,” the source said of the intimidation.
In all, 12 FBI agents entered the home, with guns drawn, and stayed for hours.
The aggressive search of a prone sleepy woman is, the source said, a hallmark of Mr. Mueller’s top prosecutor, Andrew Weissmann. A former mob prosecutor in New York, he specializes in turning witnesses against bigger prey and is not afraid to make things rough for spouses, too.
“Weissmann will want to maximize the trauma to his family,” said Sidney Powell, a Dallas appeals attorney critical of his tactics.
It’s almost like they’re sending anyone who works with Trump a message.