NewsLink: Judicial Watch Fights For Justice in Roger Stone Case

This week saw new controversies related to the Roger Stone case with four top DOJ prosecutors resigning from their posts in protest of AG Barr’s call for reducing Stone’s sentence. Scroll down to see how Judicial Watch has taken an active role in exposing the FBI’s misconduct in raiding, targeting and prosecuting Roger Stone.


From FOX News: 

DOJ Prosecutors Resign After Top Brass Reverses Course on Roger Stone Sentencing  (2/12/2020)

Four career Department of Justice  prosecutors abruptly withdrew from their postions in an apparent dramatic protest just hours after senior leaders at the DOJ said they would take the extraordinary step of effectively overruling the prosecutors’ judgment by seeking a lesser sentence for President Trump’s former adviser Roger Stone.

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From Judicial Watch: 

  1. Judicial Watch Sues Justice Departmet for Roger Stone Raid Documents (4/19/2019)

The Judicial Watch FOIA request and subsequent lawsuit was in part prompted by the extraordinary and exclusive video access to the raid and arrest of Stone obtained by CNN. “That we’re being stonewalled suggests that someone has something to hide,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

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2. Targeting of Trump’s Team ‘Worst Corruption by DOJ in Modern Times’ (1/29/2019)

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton: “I don’t think the Justice Department would have brought this prosecution of Roger Stone but for the Mueller special counsel operation, which is geared at trying to destroy President Trump.”

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3. Documents Show Andrew Weissmann Leading Hiring Effort for Mueller Special Counsel (5/14/2019)

“These documents show Andrew Weissmann, an anti-Trump activist, had a hand in hiring key members of Mueller’s team – who also happened to be political opponents of President Trump,”  Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said.

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