nearvideo President Trump comments on Roger stone, the conviction says the jury, the forewoman was totally stained’
Trump speaks in Las Vegas at the ceremony for the former prisoner, says, what happened to Roger stone was incredible.
President Trump blasted Roger stone treatment by the criminal justice system, the Ministry of justice and the jury, the forewoman in the GOP operative process on Thursday in a blistering address said in front of an audience in Las Vegas, stone is a “very good possibility of the discharge.”
His remarks, which is part of a speech to the organization of hope for the prisoners, came hours after a Federal judge sentenced stone to three years in prison.
“Roger stone has a very good chance of relief, in my opinion, the” Trump of the lot, the ex-prisoners who completed recently a career training program and would soon be re-integrating into society told.
Trump also claimed the stone was “never” in his 2016 campaign for the presidency. “I think, long before I announced, he had a little consulting work or something like that,” said the President.
Trump said that the stone, although “definitely a character,” was a “very good man”, and that the jury had at the time of his conviction, been corrupted by an anti-Trump activists. “These people know more about bad juries than any other, the sheriff, the mayor. They are my experts, okay?” he told the room of previously arrested people. He said that the jury started with the forewoman, “a little wild, very happy,” if Roger stone was found, guilty to be obstruction in the last year, and it turned out later, she had a social media account is full of anti-Trump posts, you will not give price to the dishes.
The jury forewoman, Tomeka Hart, even, specially, on the stone before she was chosen to sit on the jury, as she retweeted an argument to ridicule to have written those as a stone of the dramatic arrest in a predawn RAID on a Federal tactical team a lot of strength. They also suggested that Trump and his supporters racist were and praised the investigation of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which ultimately led to stone to law enforcement.
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Department of justice prosecutors, who had first tried called for a penalty of up to nine years for the stone, but the officials of the Department later at a lower rate. Attorney General William Barr to move, to intervene, in the stone, the judgment led to all four members of the prosecution team quit the case.
U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Thursday also said the original recommendation was excessive. Her sentence of 40 months in prison was significantly less than that-far more than the probation sought by his defense.
Trump announced to the audience that he would consider the program of the founder, John Ponder, for a full pardon. About an ex-convict himself, the would the program started 11 years-and Trump said he had to Think about a “feeling” about it, thinking that full pardon.
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Trump spoke about earlier pardons, which he had exhibited, adding that he “loves” to, and treated unfairly by the criminal justice system and forgiveness offers everything.
“When I learned about the case of Alice Johnson, it was clear to me that there are injustices in our sentencing laws, the people said from the small mistakes, pay a big price, the” Trump. Alice Johnson was a great-grandmother, who had been in jail for more than 20 years, a life sentence for non-violent drug charges. Johnson went free in June, after Trump’s commuted your sentence.
Earlier this week, Trump’s grace is not granted, only political figures such as ex-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik, but also imprisoned people, such as the three recommended by Johnson, who walked free Tuesday.
“We have said thousands of people in prison as Alice Johnson,” Trump. “I love the search of these people, the thousands of people in prison who should not be there.”
Trump boasted of his criminal justice reform package signed in December 2018. Trump said that “people on all sides” were starting with the “love” criminal justice reform.
“In order to redress the injustice of justice, a year ago, I criminal law adopted the reform. Others tried and failed. To not try too hard, because she knew it couldn’t be done, I’ve done it.”
Trump told the audience of 29 graduates, “the best part of your life is the beginning only.”
“You’re so successful that you now say,” I’m going to be more successful than trump, ” and I am said to be happy about it,” Trump, the space of the former convicts.
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“Today, we declare that you are of God for a great and noble purpose. They are valued members of our American family, and we are determined to help them be successful,” said the President.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman, Bill Mears and Gregg Re contributed to this report.