Nov 15, 2019 · President Trump’s former confidant, Roger Stone, is guilty of lying to Congress during the Russia election interference probe — a federal jury convicted him on all 7 counts he was facing. Stone looked very optimistic on his way into a federal court in Washington, D.C. — clutching his wife and a Bible closely — but after one full day of deliberations, the jury returned guilty verdicts across the board.
Roger Stone found guilty on all 7 counts President Donald Trump's longtime friend and onetime campaign adviser was convicted in the only remaining case from special counsel Robert Mueller's ...
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Nov 15, 2019 · Roger J. Stone, Jr., a long-time associate of President Donald Trump, was found guilty Friday of lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering related to his ISMG Network BankInfoSecurity
Nov 15, 2019 · Trump confidant Roger Stone was found guilty of all 7 counts of lying to Congress and jury tampering. Stone was the subject of a midnight raid by the DOJ that received scrutiny for media being present indicating they had previous notification. Stone has often been a controversial figure dating back to his work within the Nixon administration. Stone sports a Richard Nixon tattoo on his back.
Nov 15, 2019 · President Donald Trump’s longtime adviser - Roger Stone - was convicted by a federal jury on all seven criminal counts against him. Friday's verdict found Stone guilty of five counts of lying to...
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Nov 15, 2019 · Republican operative Roger Stone was found guilty on Friday of all seven counts against him, including witness tampering and making false statements. Prosecutors portrayed Stone, 67, as a serial liar who tried to bully witnesses into not cooperating with authorities. They charged the confidant of President Donald Trump with making false statements, obstruction and witness tampering in a case that was an offshoot of former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Roger Stone, confidant of Trump and WikiLeaks connection, found guilty on all seven counts “To that end, the trial of Roger Stone has introduced several new pieces of information about what the special counsel examined as part of its probe, including the most detailed view to date of how the Trump campaign responded to WikiLeaks' role in disseminating information hacked by the Russians.”