Multiple Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone Case After DOJ Announces Reduced Sentence | Deadline | MSNBC

Several prosecutors in Roger Stone’s criminal case abruptly resigned from the case on Tuesday after the Justice Department said it planned to reduce its recommended 7 to 9 years sentence for the longtime Trump ally. The Justice Department pulled back on its request after President Donald Trump blasted the initial sentencing proposal as “a miscarriage of justice.” Aired on 02/11/2020.
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Multiple Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone Case After DOJ Announces Reduced Sentence | Deadline | MSNBC