.@TishJames There's a NYC cop in this video with Roger Stone, walking into Roger's hotel (the Willard InterContinental), on the eve of the #Insurrection. Greco was also with Stone on the morning of the #Insurrection. (Next tweet).
@TishJames You can Salvatore Greco (NYPD cop) standing, beginning at 00:20:

Rudy Giuliani & Co seen exiting the same hotel as Roger Stone, on the morning of the #Insurrection.
@TishJames *can see
I bet Bernie Kerik is one of his mentors, too. 🙄

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