Roger Stone's Prosecutor To Resign Following Reports Of Political Interference Into Stone's Sentencing

William James

Roger Stone's Prosecutor To Resign Following Reports Of Political Interference Into Stone's Sentencing

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Top Mueller prosecutor Aaron S.J. Zelinsky has submitted his resignation from the Roger Stone trial effective immediately. Zelinky's resignation follows President Donald Trump's interference into Stone's sentencing.

History will look back at February 11th, 2020 as a bad day for the Rule of Law and for the U.S. Justice Department. Barr's DOJ is now acting as Trump's political enforcer, a very dangerous development for the country:

  1. Roger Stone was convicted of witness tampering and lying to Congress. He was scheduled to be sentenced to 7-9 years in federal prison. President Trump interfered in the case this morning, claiming that the U.S. sentencing guidelines were 'very unfair'.

  2. Stone, a person who likes calling himself a 'dirty trickster, has pushed the legal envelopment for decades. Throughout his trial, Stone displayed an arrogance and contempt for the law.


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