Jim Hoft – On February 11th all four DOJ prosecutors in the Roger Stone case abruptly resigned after the Department of Justice backed down from their outrageous and excessive sentencing recommendations for Roger Stone after he was caught lying to Congress in a process crime.
Roger Stone, a Republican and Trump confidante, is 67 and has NO criminal record.
On February 11th all four DOJ prosecutors in the Roger Stone case abruptly resigned after the Department of Justice backed down from their outrageous and excessive sentencing recommendations for Roger Stone after he was caught lying to Congress in a process crime. Continue reading “Deep State Attorney Zelinsky To Testify Next Week”
Alexandra Bruce – For a glimpse inside the Belly of the Beast and what’s like to be eaten alive by the Deep State, don’t miss this interview.
Roger Stone is ungagged. He’s full of piss and vinegar and rightfully so, the former Trump adviser joins Dark Journalist to discuss the shocking injustice that’s been visited upon him and all those were caught up in the fraudulent Mueller Investigation.
Dark Journalist says, “The Justice Department has dropped charges against General Flynn. So, the first question, I guess is, ‘Is that the canary in the coal mine for a lot of the Mueller Investigation prosecutions, that they were so politically-motivated that they’re falling apart?’ And how does that relate to your case?” Continue reading “Un-Gagged: Roger Stone on Dark Journalist [Video]”
Jonathan Turley – She was Juror No. 1261, and her examination by the federal court and counsel before the trial was anything but notable. And that is precisely the problem.
Juror 1261, we now know, was Tomeka Hart. Her identity would have remained publicly unknown except for a public statement she made after the Department of Justice (DOJ) rescinded its initial sentencing recommendation for Trump confidant Roger Stone. In the midst of the firestorm of allegations of political interference, Hart disclosed that she was the foreperson on the Stone jury and gave a full-throated defense of the trial prosecutors: “It pains me to see the DOJ now interfere with the hard work of the prosecutors.” Continue reading “Juror 1261: Was Justice Undone In The Trial Of Roger Stone”
Clarice Feldman – So many of this week’s top news stories involve legal matters in Washington, D.C. that I’m making it the focus of this week’s column.
There’s the Roger Stone case, the decision to close the investigation into Andrew McCabe over the Horowitz referral that indicated that he had lied to the FBI about the Clinton email leak, and Congressman Jerry Nadler’s calling Attorney General William Barr as a witness in an upcoming hearing.
(a) The Problem with DC juries
Washington, D.C. has a relatively small population from which jurors must be found for the federal and local grand juries, petit juries, and civil juries. People who serve on these juries must be citizens with no felony convictions, people with no connection to the attorneys or parties, and must have no bias respecting the matter tried.
Continue reading “DC Law”
Jim Hoft – We called it – It was all a set-up.
Roger Stone’s deep state prosecutors this week stunned the Attorney General’s office by pushing for a sentence of 7-9 years for Roger Stone for a process crime in the Trump-collusion hoax investigation.
The DOJ disagreed with the recommendations saying it was “excessive and grossly disproportionate” for the 67-year-old Stone.
The Department of Justice also said it was “shocked” at the excessive prison term being sought by Mueller’s prosecutors because it wasn’t what the DOJ was initially briefed on. Continue reading “Former AG Whitaker Alleges Deep State Prosecutors Set-Up Barr and Trump by Going Rogue [Video]”