Apparently, we’re supposed to be upset that a group of four prosecutors, who told the Department of Justice one thing about what they’d recommend as a sentence for former Trump advisor Roger Stone, and then told a federal judge another, are out of that job.
According to National Review:
All four Justice Department prosecutors who sought seven to nine years of jail time for Roger Stone have withdrawn from the case after reportedly misleading DOJ officials over the sentencing recommendation.
The Justice Department is preparing to change its sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone after top brass were “shocked” at the stiff prison term initially being sought, according to a senior DOJ official.
Federal prosecutors had recommended that Judge Amy Berman Jackson sentence Stone to between 87 and 108 months in prison for his conviction on seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering, and making false statements to Congress on charges that stemmed from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.“The Department was shocked to see the sentencing recommendation in the filing in the Stone case last night,” the official told Fox News. […]
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