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'The truth still matters': Obama-appointed Roger Stone judge defends Russia investigations
by Jerry Dunleavy
 | February 21, 2020 05:51 PM

The judge who handed down Roger Stone’s sentence and presided over numerous other spinoff cases from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation delivered an impassioned speech on Thursday condemning the GOP operative’s actions.

“The defendant lied about a matter of great national and international importance. … He lied to Congress. … And there was nothing unfair, phony, or disgraceful about the investigation or the prosecution,” D.C. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson said.

Jackson, 65, a Harvard Law School graduate and 2011 Obama appointee, handed down a 40-month sentence.

Stone, 67, a self-described “dirty trickster” and longtime confidant to President Trump, was found guilty in November on one count of obstruction, one count of witness intimidation, and five separate counts of lying to and concealing records from the House Intelligence Committee in 2017 during its investigation into Russian interference about his alleged outreach to WikiLeaks.

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'The truth still matters'

That sounds funny coming from the mouth of the O'Bastard judge who falsely declared Stone is guilty of covering up for Donald Trump, and is herself trying to cover up how she permitted a bitter Rat partisan to be on Stone's jury.
We need to re-coin the expression, "Press Bias" to "Media Bigotry."
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