Four prosecutors quit Roger Stone case over sentencing row

Four prosecutors quit Roger Stone case over sentencing row

Four prosecutors who secured the conviction of Roger Stone have quit. Their resignations come after the DOJ said it planned to overrule their sentencing recommendation of seven to nine years and reduce the amount of prison time for Stone. The swift action by the DOJ came following a tweet by President Trump calling the recommended jail term ’horrible and very unfair’.

Kathy
Kathy
Jim Boi
Jim Boi 1 months

Remember when they arrested him with a what looks like a small SWAT team after the news camera set up across the street?

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 months

Pardon Roger Stone

Cherilyn Gail Webber
Cherilyn Gail Webber 1 months

Birds of a disreputable feather are going to flock together.

Grand Ol Propaganda
Grand Ol Propaganda 1 months

Of course. He is a criminal who helped the criminal!

Chase100
Chase100 1 months

What a swamp of a President. Pathetic that the department of justice no longer stands for justice.

John
John 1 months

Trump draining the swamp.... Oopps their all his cronies. https://www.axios.com/trump-associates-convicted-mueller-investigations-206295a1-5abc-4573-be25-4da19d9adcc9.html

Earvin
Earvin 1 months

Pardon in.....3......2........1

Jon
Jon 1 months

And why should anyone believe you Mr. President?

Joshua Green
Joshua Green 1 months

This looks like the swamp in action. After failing to actually investigate in a legal manner the house on partisan lines voted for impeachment and the senate in lieu of no crime being cited acquitted. Now the deep state is as petty as ever looking for those to punish for entrapment crimes while those in their employ do commit crimes within justice being served. So Flynn sold his home and his life is on hold so the the corruption can continue to punish him on invented process grounds. Same thing with Stone except the fox was in with the deep state wanting his humiliation filmed while the star chamber exceeds authority to remove his 4th and 5th amendment rights with eyes on the 6th. This can go both ways and is destructive to the republic if these waiving of rights not granted by government are arbitrarily removed for short term political theater points. When does this end? Does it end?

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 months

UPDATE: Aaron Zelinsky, the former Mueller operative behind the “grossly disproportionate” sentencing recommendation against Stone, filed notice in federal court on Tuesday afternoon that he was withdrawing from the Stone case and resigning from DOJ effective immediately. BUSTED!!! lieing leftsit hack!!!

porcus
porcus 1 months

Adios, lawyers.

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 1 months

Just pardon him

Jon
Jon 1 months

The MOB family defends itself no surprise here. The Republicans keep their blinders on.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 months

Ok pardon him and do NOT forget Julian Assange as well. He is being fucked by the same corruption.

RJ of Cthulhu
RJ of Cthulhu 1 months

It's FDR 2, trump man bugaloo

Gradient Flow
Gradient Flow 1 months

Hillary is right. Democracy is in crisis. I mean, there's been no follow-up on the 48 people associated with the Clinton's who have died under "mysterious circumstances".

anthony
anthony 1 months

They have so much in common that he would be a worthy choice as Trump's VP after he gets pardoned.

John
John 1 months

Hard to swing a dead cat round here without hitting a Trump cultist cheerleading anything trump related, even if its an acquintance getting sentenced. I suppose its refreshing to see Trump hasn't denied knowing him. ✌️

Fin
Fin 1 months

The king says free him n lord counselor barr does what the king wants...

SimonR
SimonR 1 months

oh no, 4 lawyers.

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