nearvideo, judge Napolitano explains why Roger stone “absolutely entitled” to a new attempt
Judge Andrew Napolitano, says Roger stone is entitled to a new trial after a juror was examined, ant-Trump comments
President Trump reinforced his criticism of Department of justice prosecutors on Thursday about the former campaign adviser, Roger stone of the criminal process, after it was reported that the jury had posted foreperson anti-Trump and anti-Stone-messages online.
Tomeka Hart allegedly said on Wednesday that she was the foreperson and the state defended lawyers, recommended for up to nine years in prison for the stone, only from the case, according to senior DOJ officials submitted a new submission, which recommended a more lenient sentence. Soon after that, their history of Democratic activism and a string that came from your anti-Trump, left-wing social media-posts to the fore.
ROGER STONE JURY FOREPERSON ANTI-TRUMP-SOCIAL-MEDIA-POSTS SURFACE AFTER SHE DEFENDS DOJ PROSECUTORS
“Now it looks like the person in the foreground, the jury in the Roger stone case, substantial bias had. Add that to everything else, and that’s not so good for the “justice” Department,” Trump tweeted on Thursday morning.
Hart has in the past retweeted an argument to ridicule those who be as a stone of the dramatic arrest in a predawn RAID on a Federal tactical team, excessive force, and suggested that Trump and his supporters are racist, and praised the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which ultimately led to stone to law enforcement.
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This comes after Trump previously called the handling of the stone of the indictment “ridiculous” and unfair “insult to our country.”
Democrats criticized trump for his comments, claiming that the President intervened, the lawsuit against his former comrades-in-arms. Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., went so far as to tell CNN on Wednesday that the impeachment Trump was again for the comments “off the table.”
Fox News, Gregg Re, Jake Gibson, and Alex Pfeiffer contributed to this report.