Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone Case After Justice Dept. Intervenes on Sentencing

Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone Case After Justice Dept. Intervenes on Sentencing
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President Trump had complained that the recommendation of seven to nine years in prison for his former adviser and longtime friend was a “miscarriage of justice.”

WASHINGTON — Four prosecutors abruptly withdrew on Tuesday from the case of President Trump’s longtime friend Roger J. Stone Jr. after senior Justice Department officials intervened to recommend a more lenient sentence for crimes he committed in a bid to protect the president.

Source: New York Times

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