WASHINGTON, D.C.- For two years, the American people were told by the mainstream media and the Democrats that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into so-called Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election was going to take down Donald Trump. All the probe did was turn into a big nothing-burger.

One of the “key” witnesses in the witch hunt, however just pleaded guilty to child exploitation charges in connection with bringing a 14-year-old boy into the United States for sex and also for possession of child pornography.

George Nader, who was a top adviser to the United Arab Emirates was a witness in Mueller’s investigation into what was purported to be Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Nader was a wealthy Lebanese American businessman who had long-standing political ties in both Washington and the Middle East.

Nader is expected to spend at least ten years in federal prison, while the charges carry a maximum penalty of 30 years. Prosecutors in Virginia had agreed to recommend the mandatory minimum sentence of ten years in exchange for the plea. Nader is scheduled to be sentenced on April 10.

Nader already had a conviction in the same court dating back to 1991 for transporting child pornography. He served six months in prison for that crime.

In exchange for his guilty plea, prosecutors agreed to drop new charges of transporting child pornography and obscene materials, nor will he be charged for similar conduct in the Eastern District of New York or in Washington.

According to court documents, Nader brought the boy to Washington, D.C. in early 2000 from Prague, Czech Republic for the purposes of having sex with him.

The case was brought under Project Safe Childhood, which was a nationwide initiative that was launched in 2006 to combat child sexual exploitation and abuse.

In January 2017, Nader arranged a meeting between Erik Prince, founder of private security firm Blackwater, and a Russian official with connections to Vladimir Putin. Nader had met several times with officials and associates of President Trump just after he was elected in 2016 but was believed to be due to his role as an advisor to the UAE. The meeting between Prince and the Russian official is what drew the scrutiny of Mueller.

While being interviewed by Mueller’s team about that meeting, agents discovered child pornography on his phone, and referred it to the FBI for investigation. Star witness there, Mr. Mueller.

Nader also previously served as a contractor with the Defense Department and also served as an advisor to the George W. Bush administration on Middle East policy.

Authorities had originally received a tip about the boy Nader brought to Washington in 2000, however by the time they had received the tip he had fled the country. In 2003 he was convicted in the Czech Republic for sexual contact with minor boys.

Czech court documents indicated that Nader had paid at least five teenage boys, four under the age of 15, to engage in sex acts. He enticed the young boys with “money, jewelry, mobile telephones, clothing, care and housing,” according to the court record. Talk about a scumbag.

Nader denied that the images found on his phone during the Mueller probe were child pornography but did admit that he had received an email that included child pornography late in 2012 while he was in New York.

There you have a key witness that was going to help the Democrats take down President Trump. Instead, the only one who got taken down was the witness.  

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That whole sex predator circle seems to be a pretty tight one, doesn’t it?

Let’s not forget about the story we reported back in December, when the third Kevin Spacey accuser died in one year.

The only thing more frightening than the alleged conduct of Kevin Spacey of his decade-spanning career in acting is the body count that seems to be trailing his accusers.

Ari Behn, 47, who was married to Norwegian Princess Martha Louise between 2002 and 2017 and accused Spacey of groping him under a table at a Nobel Peace Prize event in 2007 was found dead on Christmas day.

That makes the third person to have accused the actor of sexual misconduct to have died in 2019.

What’s all the more eerie, Behn’s death comes one day after Spacey uploaded a video to YouTube title “KTWK”, which is an acronym for Kill Them with Kindness.

Behn’s manager Geir Hakonsund released a statement to Norway Today stating:

“It is with great sadness in our hearts that I on behalf of the very closest relatives of Ari Behn must announce that he took his own life today.”

While it’s being reported that Behn committed suicide, most of the internet is accepting that as well as the initially reported suicide of Jeffrey Epstein.

After the news broke out regarding the death of Behn, Spacey’s YouTube video comment section was flooded with comments making mention of the now three deaths linked to accusing Spacey committing illicit sexual acts and advances.

One comment making reference to Anthony Rapp, who accused Spacey in 2017 of trying to make sexual advances on him when he was fourteen, stated:

“Don’t take this the wrong way, but if I were Anthony Rapp I would perhaps cancel that trip to South America at this point and avoid busy traffic.”

The nod to “busy traffic” isn’t a coincidence on the comment either, as that is a reference to the mysterious death of Linda Culkin. Culkin, who was a nursing assistant, had also accused Spacey of sexual misconduct after one of her patients confessed that the actor had attacked them in an effort to coerce them into sex.

Then, on February 25th of this year, Culkin was struck by a vehicle in Quincy, Massachusetts while crossing the street.

So, you might be wondering who is the person who died between Culkin and now the newly discovered Behn; well, that’s a tough question to answer, unless “John Doe” suffices the inquiry.

In September of this year, an anonymous massage therapist had accused Spacey of sexual assault and happened to be in the middle of a lawsuit and mysteriously died.

After the death of Culkin, this individual requested to remain anonymous, which the courts allowed while the case moved forward; but yet without the lawyers of Spacey knowing who the accuser was, they had managed to find out that the accuser died a day before it was announced by “John Doe’s” attorney.

So, with this latest suicide, the creepiest aspect of all this is the fact that it takes place one day after Spacey releasing the video titled “KTWK” (Kill Them with Kindness).

The words spoken by Spacey, while upholding the character he portrayed in the series “House of Cards”, delivers a monologue that is hard to not be digested as some sort of foreshadowing laced with double entendres and hidden intent.

Spacey, in a tone that is unsettling after the news of the latest death says at closing portion of the fireside monologue:

“The next time someone does something you don’t like, you can go on the attack, but you can also hold your fire and do the unexpected. You can kill them with kindness.”

After relaying the final words, a brooding tone plays in the background, reminiscent of those that would play at the end of a 70’s or 80’s crime-drama after a tragedy laced cliffhanger.

While this all could be chalked up to conspiracy theorist speculation from the internet, it’s hard to dismiss three cadavers all linked to Spacey related allegations. As another online user commented, which sums up the internet theories quite well, they stated:

“So I guess Ari Behn died from “kindness” huh?”

Earlier this year, we reported on how the same day that we learned that Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on sex trafficking charges, it came to light that Kevin Spacey’s name appeared in recently released documents in the case.

It was revealed that the fired Netflix’s House of Cards actor has been “interviewed under caution” over new complaints of sexual assault.

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Police say he’s facing six allegations of sexual assault in the UK between 1996 and 2013.

In May, he was voluntarily interviewed by detectives from the UK. 

A spokeswoman for the Met police said:

“In May 2019, a man was voluntarily interviewed under caution in America, by officers from the Met’s Complex Case Team. Inquiries are ongoing.”

Spacey was the artistic director at London’s Old Vic theatre between 2004 and 2015. 

He was also one of the first Hollywood stars to be accused after the Harvey Weinstein scandal, which lead to him being fired from House of Cards and erased by Sir Ridley Scott from the completed film All The Money In The World.

Anthony Rapp raised the allegations.  He alleged he was 14 when Spacey, then 26, made a sexual advance on him. 

That was back in 1986, and while Spacey said he had no memory of the alleged encounter, he apologized for any “inappropriate drunken behavior”

According to the Old Vic theatre, 20 people claimed the actor acted inappropriate towards them.

Recently a lawsuit was dropped against Spacey, where a young man in the U.S. said Spacey groped him in a bar in 2016. 

In January, Spacey denied the accusation of indecent assault and battery, but he still faces a criminal charge in that case.

Recently revealed documents show some of Epstein’s high-profile friends, including Kevin Spacey, Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Woody Allen and others have taken rides on his private jet – which was dubbed the “Lolita Express” to a private 72-acre private Island Epstein owns in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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The arrest comes more than a decade after he first gained notoriety with serious accusations that he had paid dozens of girls for sexual massages in Florida and had trafficked girls on his private island.

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