Connect with us


Justice Served: Roger Stone Expected To Be Commuted By Trump As Early As Friday Night



Roger Stone

Mere days before his prison sentence was set to begin, Roger Stone is expected to have his sentence commuted by President Donald Trump, following a months-long battle by Stone for commutation. The President has said his trial should have been deemed a mistrial.

Fox News reported that the president could sign a commutation of Stone’s sentence as soon as Friday evening.

The longtime political operative was sentenced to more than three years in prison for a slew of charges stemming from Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian collusion — Stone says he is “wrongly convicted.”

Stone’s trial was widely criticized as a forewoman had anti-Trump and anti-Stone posts on her social media pages, showing her actions on the jury were blatantly poltiical.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson, during her reading of pre-written notes for the sentencing of Stone, read claims and charges against him that had nothing whatsoever to do with Russia nor the charges he was actually facing. Instead, she claimed it was about Stone’s belligerence — though he never testified — and she claimed that his motivation was to cover up for President Trump, despite this never being charged in the case. Evidence was never displayed in the trial, yet she named it as reason for the hefty sentence.

The longtime-Trump advocate told Sara Carter his only crime was not rolling over on President Trump — he refused to fabricate stories about the President, according to Stone, and this is why the full force of the FBI was used against him.

Stone was ordered to report to a medium-security facility in Jesup, Georgia next week — the same prison just released multiple child pornograpahers over concerns of COVID-19. Yet, the 67-year-old Stone lost his bid for serving his sentence at home — he told the Sara Carter Show this was a “death sentence” as he has pre-existing conditions and is highly vulnerable to the virus.

Trump recently said it was ‘incredible’ that It ‘wasn’t declared a mistrial or more.”

Stone was arrested by 29 heavily-armed officers, including the aquatic team, with weapons drawn in the early morning of Jan 25, 2019. Nevermind the fact that Stone is elderly and his wife is deaf, Mueller and his time felt the sleeping Stone was a threat big enough for a massive arrest — all captured by a CNN team camped in front of his Florida property.

CNN FBI raid Roger Stone house FL

Stone recently told the Sara Carter Show exclusively that he was “praying fervently” for a commutation of his sentence. He said his fate was solely in his longtime friend President Donald Trump’s hands.

It looks like his prayers have been answered and justice was finally served in the case of Roger Stone.

You may like

Continue Reading


Former FBI official investigating Trump indicted on charges of working for Russian Oligarch he was investigating



GettyImages 1458884854 scaled

The former FBI official involved in the investigation into the made up Trump-Russia collusion has been charged with…wait for it…Russia collusion. Former FBI official Charles McGonigal was charged with “violating sanctions and collaborating with Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska.”

The Department of Justice made the announcement Monday. “Charles McGonigal, a former high-level FBI official, and Sergey Shestakov, a Court interpreter, violated U.S. sanctions by agreeing to provide services to Oleg Deripaska, a sanctioned Russian oligarch” U.S. Attorney Damian Williams wrote in the released statement.

“Russian oligarchs like Oleg Deripaska perform global malign influence on behalf of the Kremlin and are associated with acts of bribery, extortion, and violence,” FBI Assistant Director in Charge Michael Driscoll noted in a statement.  “There are no exceptions for anyone, including a former FBI official like Mr. McGonigal.”

According to federal prosecutors, McGonigal received “concealed payments” from a Russian intelligence officer in exchange for his help in having sanctions targeting Deripaska lifted. “McGonigal is being charged by the Federal District in Manhattan with additional counts relating to money laundering and conspiracy” reports National Review.

Both McGonigal and Shestakov had “previously worked with Deripaska to attempt to have his sanctions removed, and, as public servants, they should have known better,” Williams’ statement added.

McGonigal’s legal team announced their plans to enter a plea of not guilty before a federal court appearance. Seth DuCharme, head of McGonigal’s legal team old the New York Times “Charlie served the United States capably, effectively, for decades.”

“We have closely reviewed the accusations made by the government and we look forward to receiving discovery so we can get a view on what the evidence is upon which the government intends to rely” DuCharme added.

McGonigal was arrested at JFK Airport in New York City on Saturday upon returning from recent travels to Sri Lanka.


You may like

Continue Reading

Trending Now



Proudly Made In America | © 2022 M3 Media Management, LLC