A Lebanese American businessman, George Nader, a key witness for the Robert Mueller witch hunt has been sentenced to ten years in prison on child sex charges.
Nader admitted bringing a 14-year-old boy from the Czech Republic into the United States for the purpose of having sex with the boy.
That would give him a strong reason to misrepresent the facts (lie) in order to get a reduced sentence, although apparently it didn’t help.
But, maybe it did because ten years is the least the judge could have given him. He also agreed to pay his victim $100k in restitution.
It does, however, affect his credibility as a witness. But even with witnesses such as Nader, Mueller could not find a single thread of collusion either by Trump or by anyone in his campaign.
Nader’s name appears over 100 times in Mueller’s report and it documents his efforts to broker a deal between the Trump campaign and Russia, but without success.
He had a previous arrest after customs found two tapes of underage boys hidden in candy tins. He received just a six-month sentence after he played a large role in securing the release of hostages from Iran.
Later, in 2003, Nader sentenced to a 1-year prison term in the Czech Republic after being convicted there on 10 counts of sexually abusing minors and sentenced to a one-year prison term in 2003.
Prosecutors say the abused boys were largely child prostitutes. The 14-year-old boy brought to the U.S. also alleged he was victimized by Nader int he Czech case, though Nader’s lawyers say he wasn’t convicted there. The two sides dispute the extent of abuse inflicted on the boy in the U.S. but Nader has admitted to one sex act.
Nader “used his contacts and his wealth to accomplish” bringing the Czech boy into the U.S., prosecutor Jay Prabhu wrote.
The current case against Nader began in 2018 when images were found on his phone after it was confiscated under a search warrant connected to the Mueller probe.