Roger Stone, former advisor to the U.s. president and Donald Trump, it is Friday afternoon, were found guilty of obstructing the course of justice in the Ruslandonderzoek. He faced a long prison sentence, but according to The New York Times, and it is not yet clear how long Stone is under lock and key, it disappears.
That the old friend He was found guilty of seven criminal offences, which is at the expense have been established. The court also considers it proven, that the Stone five times to false statements made to a witness is affected thereby, for the proceedings below.
As a friend, and several campaigners from the Us president at the Stone witnessed.
One of them, the deputy campaign chairman, and Rick Gates at the campaign team of the Home, it would have proved that the Stone played a role in the possible cooperation between the Trumps campaign team, and WikiLeaks.
The klokkenluidersorganisatie, published in the run-up to the election, thousands of stolen internal e-mails from the Democratic y. The Stone would make of the WikiLeaks publications that He talked about, but did not deny that statement.
Stone: “This is a judgment that can no one care
Stone, and heard the verdict unmoved, to. According to him, the move, the decision not to make a difference.
The former adviser, and after the Gates, a former national security advisor, Michael Flynn, an ex-lawyer and campagnemedewerker, Michael Cohen, and campagneadviseur, Michael Papadopoulos, the next person Trumps campaign team in the Ruslandonderzoek has been sentenced by the court.
It was in march this year concluded the special prosecutor, Robert Mueller. He was appointed to the role of the Russian government and the presidential election in 2016 will have to investigate. According to Mueller, has Russia, “and the overwhelming and systematic manner,” had an impact, but there is not sufficient evidence for a collaboration between the campaign team of the Home and the Russians.
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