Judicial Shenanigans – Stone Judge Will Deliver Sentence, then Immediately Postpone Execution of Sentence…

Oh this is sketchy as hell.  The notorious activist DC Judge Amy Berman Jackson announced today she will deliver the sentence for Roger Stone on Thursday; however, she will immediately postpone execution of that sentence until the issues around the request for a new trial are resolved.   Here’s what appears to be happening….

Judge Amy Berman-Jackson doesn’t want to deal with; and doesn’t want the optics of; the serious issue surrounding the activist jury foreperson, Tomeka Hart, prior to delivering her sentence.

Within the process to deal with Stone’s motion for a new trial, judge Berman-Jackson knows the petition would involve bringing in Tomeka Hart to her courtroom for questioning.  The judge doesn’t want that damaging political optic prior to delivering her sentence.  Obviously, such an appearance begs the question of how poorly Judge Berman-Jackson handled jury selection.  This CYA is a seriously political and sketchy decision.

Judge Amy Berman-Jackson will pass her sentence on Stone, and then take up the issue of a new trial *AFTER* the sentence is announced.  As a consequence the judge will not carry out execution of the sentence until the Tomeka Hart issues are addressed.  FUBAR.

WASHINGTON – […] In a 12-minute conference call with the defense and prosecution teams on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said she will still hand down Stone’s sentence at Thursday’s hearing, but indicated she plans to defer the execution of the sentence until the court addresses Stone’s request for a new trial.

[…] Prosecutors told Jackson they were in favor of moving forward with Thursday’s sentencing as planned. But Seth Ginsburg, a lawyer for Stone, argued they should hold off until the motions before the court are fully addressed.

“This issue goes to the heart of this case,” Ginsburg said. “It should be resolved before any further proceedings are had.”

[…] Two newly assigned prosecutors on the case — John Crabb Jr. and J.P. Cooney — made their debuts on behalf of the government on Tuesday. (read more)

And what is “J.P. Cooney’s most recent claim to public fame?…

 

 

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301 Responses to Judicial Shenanigans – Stone Judge Will Deliver Sentence, then Immediately Postpone Execution of Sentence…

  1. decisiontime16 says:

    Who assigned Cooney?

    Liked by 13 people

  2. bullnuke says:

    She is the perfect candidate for impeachment. The most bias judge in D.C.

    Liked by 28 people

  3. bertdilbert says:

    2,000 former left wing judges support her actions…

    Liked by 9 people

    • emet says:

      I have the feeling that Tomeka Hart was recruited. I do not think her jury summons was random.

      Liked by 28 people

      • JL says:

        I’d be looking very carefully at the clerk of the court. The clerk handles all the decisions that are supposed to happen randomly. Does it appear that anything random has occurred around Judge Amy Berman Jackson?

        Liked by 28 people

        • decisiontime16 says:

          Who assigns her these cases? Always her. Roger Stone, Manafort,…

          Liked by 7 people

        • California Joe says:

          The Clerk of the DC Court also handles the rotation “wheel” that supposedly assigns federal judges randomly but we already know that process is corrupt. In most federal districts the “Trump” cases whether immigration, refugee or whatever always go to Obama judges. Why is that? Well, I know that the high priced defense attorneys and newspaper reporters were wining and dining the women in the Clerk’s Office in the SDFL plus bringing them lunch platters from very expensive restaurants in Fort Lauderdale and Miami. I’m certain the clerks in DC have no problem letting President Trump’s enemies know what judges are up next on the wheel.

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      • James Carpenter says:

        Lift that corner of the rug, shine a light on it and don’t get run over by the cockroaches.

        Liked by 6 people

      • citizen owner, U.S.A. says:

        What was wrong with the defense teams juror research. A cursory check should have given them all the clues they needed.

        Liked by 1 person

        • JL says:

          The problem is that Counsels are not given names of Jurors. They are only given the questionnaire filled out by each juror, and only identified by a number. The only information they have to go on is what the juror wrote on the questionnaire.

          In my short time researching the process and voir dire, it appears that no potential juror in the history of western law, has ever admitted to not being able to set bias aside and be impartial. The judge asks everyone if they can do that, and no juror ever answers no.

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          • Noonan says:

            I have answered “No” to that question. It was a fraud case, and I had previously worked with the bank employees who were witnesses for the prosecution.

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          • Bird Watcher says:

            I was frequently called for DUI cases. When they ask the bias question, I always say No. I will be biased. I let them know I have zero tolerance for that behavior, and have told my kids that if they ever got arrested for a DUI, I would tell them, too bad. So sad. Never was chosen.

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          As I recall on twitter someone in the courtroom during jury selection that the defense repeatedly objected to jurors and Jackson just ignored them.

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        • I made the point six months ago that Stone’s attorney’s challenge the entire venire. Tomeka is more typical of the pool than many would think.

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      • vikingmom says:

        Wonder what the odds would be that the same clerk would just “happen” to have been in charge of each of these cases?

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      • Michael Hennessy says:

        Unfortunately Tamika is a dime a dozen down there in Sodom. If not her than someone else.

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  4. Bone Fish says:

    If Trump can pardon Michael Milken, he can pardon Roger Stone

    Liked by 6 people

    • Jan says:

      Can he? So far he’s pardoned or commuted no one who has a connection to him. IMHAO, if he pardons or commutes Manafort, Stone, Flynn, et al., he’s back in the impeachment game.

      Not that he isn’t there already!!!

      Liked by 5 people

      • Dave Radetsky says:

        I suspect he won’t pardon anyone with a connection to him until after the election. Most presidents do it on the way out the door at the end of their last term, but President Trump may only wait until after the next election. He’s not the coward so many others are, but yet he’s smart enough to know that those types of pardons need to be after the election or they could damage his reelection efforts.

        Liked by 6 people

      • dawg says:

        PT suggested today that hes not going to pardon anyone in an ongoing “process”. Said he hadnt even thought about it.

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      • Bone Fish says:

        It looks like it won’t have to come to this, given the exposure that monkey trial has received.

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    • vikingmom says:

      But issuing a pardon does NOT carry the same weight as having the actual prosecution completely thrown out because of massive prosecutorial and judicial misconduct!

      A pardon implies forgiveness for crimes committed – having the case thrown out says the original guilty verdict was wrongly decided!

      Huge difference IMHO!

      Liked by 20 people

      • Dave Radetsky says:

        There is a difference, but when you live in a corrupt society you may have to accept what you can get.

        Liked by 1 person

      • zekness says:

        correct..I really get annoyed when the media and even the president’s people use the word..clemency or commutation..

        a presidential pardon is none of these things at ALL.

        it’s is sort of a clemency, but only by way of a terribly improper use of that word to title the program he can act to provide a pardon.

        a clemency and/or a commutation can only take place AFTER a conviction is made by a judge or an appeals judge.

        a pardon can happen BEFORE a sentence or conviction is made. It can also happen AFTER..and the main feature is this POWER can ONLY be exercised by a president of the united states, actively in the office. It can even be made for persons who have long since died. And technically, it can also be “dramatized” to spare the life of a turkey while little kids in africa are starving. lol…I had to throw that in..because this entire mess makes me want to go full rambo out of season if I don’t find some..any excuse to find some humor.

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    • Richie says:

      and if Obama can have a “Wingman” then so should Trump.

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    • jimboct says:

      I don’t want him to pardon stone until we get the evil judge dealt with legally. Once he pardons, the case goes away. She is too dirty to let this be swept under the rug. Time to go to war.

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  5. calbear84 says:

    Every time I read a story about the corrupt Federal courts, I see a “Three Stooges” episode flash through my mind. Hey Moe! Hey Larry! Hey fellas!

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Parrot says:

    Immediate emergency petition to Appeal Court to stop sentencing. Obviously sentencing massively prejudices a new trial especially when the tainted juror was known before sentencing.

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  7. beaujest says:

    Comment deleted by Admin…

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  8. scrap1ron says:

    Judicial misconduct by Inquisitor Amy. Mistrial.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Richie says:

    Barr doubles down. Massive bondo application once again.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. john says:

    Sounds like the civil liabilities are going to add up, which is the right way to combat this. Comey and Mccabe probably are personally liable for fraud which is better than jail as it’s their assets rather than ours as tax payers.

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  11. Greg1 says:

    I’ll be waiting for the 2,000 plus former DOJ folks to petition against the judge on this abundantly self evident sketchiness.

    What’s that?

    No?

    All 2,000 plus former DOJ folks would think it’s just fine to have an obviously biased political operative as a jury foreperson as long as it was an obviously biased political operative jury foreperson against a republican?

    Oh, ok. That’s the way it’s done. I see………

    What’s that? Do I have a club membership?

    Well, I am an American.

    What do you mean that’s not “good enough”?

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  12. WVNed says:

    Close the law schools. They are just making it up as they go along.

    Liked by 8 people

  13. Genie says:

    Well, at least Cooney’s squad is “Fraud and Public Corruption” for whatever that is worth.

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  14. jc says:

    I have a memory that Berman Jackson was on a few short lists for Supreme Court nominations by Dems. I now see that info much differently than I used to see it.

    Liked by 8 people

  15. avi says:

    Amy Berman-Freisler, is just asking for her case to be overturned

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    I would suggest some ethics classes for Mr. Coomey; however, I don’t think they would do any good.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. ppanther says:

    This judge needs to be removed. She is more than corrupt, she is diabolical and sadistic. she has no regard for truth or justice, only her agenda and that of the rest of her Luciferian buddies! We don’t want or need this kind of person in a position of any kind of power! She needs to recuse herself and step down before she is disbarred.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      If Judge Amy was a “conservative” judge doing the same path of damage the DeepState would have furnished her home address and other particulars to the leftist foot soldiers to intimidate her.

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  18. Murray in Nashville says:

    There is another possibility to perhaps make this all go away. Knowing full well the can or worms that is about to be spilled, she could impose such a light sentence that Stone may simply accept it and move on rather then incurring more legal fees and the possibility of a harsher sentence.

    Liked by 1 person

    • James Carpenter says:

      Time served? With a voucher drawn against the judge’s personal bank account to the amount of full restitution plus damages?
      Yeah. That would be an acceptable sentence.

      Liked by 4 people

    • hoosiertruthfan says:

      I think it is unlikely for this reason, at no point has the “resistance” backed down from their agenda. Every time they get caught or there is a hiccup, they double down and push harder. I suspect this will be the situation.
      Then they will decry President Trump’s DOJ for rigging the game if Stone’s case comes a mistrial. See how AG Barr and President Trump are ruining the justice system?
      Twisted and rotten to the core, every one of the scoundrels.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Amy2 says:

      That was my thought!

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I don’t know. I think Stone might just turn that down.

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  19. Don McAro says:

    They know all the rules, and republicans never counteract with anything

    Liked by 4 people

  20. Pa Hermit says:

    This whole scenario is not only FUBAR, but SNAFU too!! It never gets fixed.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Ellis says:

    Explain this to non-lawyers. What is the point of sentencing and then doing a new trial?

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      It’s a stalling tactic to leave Stone in limbo until further notice. I believe delaying of sentencing means that the current trial is still ongoing and denies Stone the option of demanding a mistrial or a new trial. There are better legal minds on this thread than I who could explain it better or correctly.

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    • Wethal says:

      The appeal period begins running after the judge enters judgment of conviction. One would have to check the dockets for that. Since there is a pending motion for a new trial, it is unlikely that she will enter it until that motion is resolved. Once an appeal is filed, the district court judge usually has no further jurisdiction because all open matter have been decided.

      She knows an appeals court will likely reverse and grant a new trial. She can grant it herself or wait about a year for the appeal, briefing, argument and opinion to tell her she was wrong, and then it will be old news by then,

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      • steph_gray says:

        I’ve got new news for this judge about her old news.

        This case will never be old news or forgotten amongst deplorables.

        And by the way there’s a reason why the Elephant is the symbol of the Republican party. We do not forget.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        It’ll not age one bit. She has brought great scrutiny on herself.

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  22. Donna Bryson says:

    after changing my password and logging numerous times, it is still asking for the same information. so I am registering via facebook.

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  23. alliwantissometruth says:

    They just keep making new rules up as they go along. They think they can do whatever they want in order to stifle the truth and stop any exposure, and by the looks of things, they can do whatever they want

    This “judge” should be investigated going back decades. Someone this corrupt must have many skeletons in the closet

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    • As a Man Thinkth says:

      Agree…”Making it up as you go along” is central to the Lawfare cook book…masterminds at twisting rules, laws and procedures…As we have witnessed over the past few years, they pre arrange their prosecutions in the courts of Lawfare Judges…These judges pretend to evaluate these outlandish and illogical arguments giving these arguments standing. We the people stand back, scratch our heads and simply turn the channel…

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  24. Roger Duroid says:

    Why is this bad? She COULD have put him in prison while the appeal goes on. Other than she keeps the gag on, he is out.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Pa Hermit says:

    Not only is this scenario FUIBAR, but SNAFU too! It never gets fixed!

    Liked by 2 people

  26. vrajavala says:

    Bu delaying the “execution of the sentence” does that affect the Presidential pardon which will most certainly come?

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Magabear says:

    This judge does need to be impeached. Funny how she ends up with all these cases involving Republican operatives. 🤔

    My guess is she goes for something like a 3 year sentence to give the appearence that she’s not corrupt as hell. Too late, Amy, the verdict is already in on that.

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  28. Crooked Judge Royetta Bean is trying to get a sentence in before a Grown-Up Court throws the whole thing out.

    And she’s trying to get the President to pardon Stone for an Impeachment charge, just like Weissman used Stone as a piece of meat to bait an Obstruction Pardon Trap.

    Dirty Crooks.

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  29. billybob says:

    You have to give Obama credit, he said what he intended to do and by golly he nearly succeeded. Fundamental transformation meet President Donald J Trump – game -set -………………..finish the seditious swines off Mr President .

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  30. mimbler says:

    Sounds like the old tradition of “hang him, and then give him a fair trial”

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  31. doofusdawg says:

    She is going to sentence him to 5-6 years and deny the new trial and make him file his appeal from jail… daring Trump to pardon him or Barr to intercede.

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  32. MLK says:

    This strikes me as the judge using a tactic akin to Pelosi delaying transmitting the articles of impeachment. I wouldn’t be surprised if Berman-Jackson says after sentencing that even if she subsequently declares a mistrial, Stone will always have been sentenced as she handed down!

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  33. rich hahn says:

    What in the heck is AG Barr doing? Why has he not put people in place to at least try to protect the integrity of the DOJ?

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Judge Berman-Jackson is the most corrupt judge swimming in the swamp of corruption.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Major cockup! (Learned that word from my legal immigrant son in law.)

    Amy should have been the impeached and removed a long time ago. Maybe this will get those wimps in the Congress and Senate moving on this.

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  36. UncleGrumpy says:

    The coup has failed, watch the traitors flail and thrash…

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  37. Reserved55 says:

    I posted this the other day, some may or may not of read it. I encourage you TO read it.

    “There was no way Stone was going to get a proper hearing in this venue, with this jury and especially with Obama Judge Amy Berman Jackson and the nasty crew of Deep-State prosecutors on the case (well. Formerly on the case since they all quit this week, butthurt because Roger actually caught a break when the President rightfully stood up for him). It is something that should bother all Americans terribly, regardless of how they might view Roger. Anyway. I figured now would be a good time to revisit the narrative and highlight the ugly, vindictive and indeed unconstitutional manner in which this thing has played out:

    Next, the office of Special Counsel argued that Stone’s case would go before Judge Amy Berman Jackson because they said Stone’s case was related to the still untried case in which Mueller charged 75 Russians for the alleged hacking of the Democratic National Committee, claiming Stone’s e-mail address was found by a search warrant in that case. Mueller’s team said this case is related to Stone’s for two reasons: first, that certain “stolen documents” are a topic in both cases, and second, that warrants used in the Russian hacker case surfaced “certain evidence that is relevant” to Stone’s case. In fact, no evidence from the Russian hacking case was introduced at Stone’s trial. Nothing in Stone’s indictment alleged he had access to “stolen documents.” Mueller was essentially allowed to “Judge Shop,” which is widely considered to be an abuse of the Court.”

    Jackson ruled for the prosecution and against Stone’s lawyers on every motion in the case save one. It was reported that the judge would often smirk and roll her eyes at the jury when Stone’s lawyers were speaking in court.”

    https://townhall.com/columnists/christianjosi/2020/02/15/the-deep-state-v-roger-j-stone-jr-a-cautionary-tale-n2561371

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  38. IGiveUp says:

    Rat Jackson scurrying in the sunlight. Shows a lot. And boy do they hate that. But I’m loving it.

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  39. Joebkonobi says:

    The Judge, if she is smart, she isn’t, will give a sentence of less than 1 year. The question is how hard will Stone lawyer fight for a new trial?

    Anybody know who makes determination on new trial?

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    • Issy says:

      I’m not a lawyer, but when the judge sentences him this trial is done. Supposedly she will stay the execution of the sentence until the “little matter” of a biased juror is settled. How that works I don’t know. It seems inane to sentence someone with this serious a matter pending unless the judge has already decided it’s not important.

      One thing is for sure, there is some kind of legal trickery involved. Maybe to keep him in limbo so he can’t appeal. Apparently the court can have for pleadings, motions, replies to motions and rulings till the cows come home. It’s what has happened in the Flynn case. The judges are abusing the system in my opinion. (ignorant as it is)

      He will have to appeal the verdict to get a new trial. The appeals court can uphold the verdict, or grant a new trial, at which point the doj would decide whether or not to have another trial.

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  40. Jus wundrin says:

    Has something like this ever happened in US judicial history?

    The future under progressive fascism: guilty until proven innocent, and sentenced by a jury of those who are biased against you.

    This creature has no business being a dog catcher let alone a judge.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Ockham's Phaser says:

      This isn’t even ‘alleged’ guilt until proven innocent … it is ‘proclaimed’ guilt until proven innocent … sentenced until proven innocent. The twisting of our legal system is on full display in her court.

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  41. Publius2016 says:

    Lets see if I get this straight: Deep State Judge promises to withhold Stone from jail until the “new trial petitions are reviewed”…She’s only sentencing him…

    SHE’s A LIAR!!

    Watch her remand Stone into custody immediately following sentencing! Sunday shows will show Stone going to Prison!

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  42. Redhotrugmama says:

    Maybe the dems scream so loud Barr caves in and resigns. Barr is worthless. I would love for him to resign and PDT simply assign a kick azz acting AG.

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  43. littleanniefannie says:

    Does she want SanFranNanto be able to say he’s been convicted and sentenced and must acknowledge this for the rest of his life? Sounds like a Democrat trick.
    Move to vacate the conviction based on tainted jury. Move for change of venue (anything but SDNY or 9th Circus).

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  44. And the beat goes on………

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  45. visage13 says:

    That makes no sense whatsoever. My goodness this crap should have been blown up a long time ago. The more we wait the worse it gets.

    Liked by 5 people

  46. noswamp says:

    She will sentence to 4 years instead of 9. And immediately remand to custody. Why? Because she can.

    Terrible justice system we are now in. Terrible.

    Liked by 2 people

  47. T2020 says:

    Dems are masters of total chaos so no one sees their crimes. Just like Alinsky.

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  48. hawkins6 says:

    “Judicial Shenanigans.” –sundance was being very kind.

    The momentum of this horrendous political game of elimination seems to be slowly leaning toward the “team” exposing the widespread corruption and malicious efforts of all those that abused their powers and sought to depose an elected President they hated. It’s up to A/G Barr and his enigma squad, the GOP Reps and Senators, the few honest hard hitting news outlets like CTH, Judicial Watch and honest reporters etc to ensure the momentum’s direction does not reverse.

    It will be interesting to see what sentence Dem Judge Jackson imposes. If her hatred of Trump is still uncontrollable and she defiantly and angrily imposes an 8 year sentence on Stone, then it might indicate she still believes her side will win. If she imposes a much lighter sentence, it might indicate she knows the tide is permanently turning and it’s time to start CYA.

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  49. AnotherView says:

    Something about Miz Jackson reminds me of Michael/Michelle. Maybe it’s that liberal sneer constantly pasted on her face.

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  50. wally says:

    J.P. Cooney is the same person involved with sweetheart plea deal, Imran Awan– a former IT aide to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schult.
    https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/justice-department-covers-up-possible-spy-ring-scandal-in-democratic-congressional-offices

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    • Ray Runge says:

      “Skanks Recycled Are Us, DoJ”. Establishing the brand is marketing 101.

      Liked by 4 people

    • lftpm says:

      If Amy were shrewdly smart, she would issue a 2 year sentence, suspended, with an order for 1000 hours of community service. Stone would still be a convicted felon, but the court would be proved merciful.

      I don’t think this will happen. I think she’ll impose a prison sentence, the COA will grant a stay per defense council motion, and then will either order a mistrial and grant a new trial, or if not, the defense will file a certiorari petition with SCOTUS, and in either case Stone will get a new trial.

      Stone has a decent chance of also getting a change of venue–a district in which 93% of jury pool members voted against Trump is not unbiased. With a retrial order, the prosecution will have the option of not re-filing charges, and treat Stone with the same fairness as McCabe was treated.

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      • Lee Moore says:

        If Amy were shrewdly smart, she would issue a 2 year sentence, suspended, with an order for 1000 hours of community service.

        Nope. That would make the four rabid Dem prosecutors who demanded 7 to 9 years look like…four rabid Dem prosecutors. She has to go big. To go small would undermine the whole charade.

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        • I agree, she is answering to her master’s. I suspect she will confirm the prosecutions request and go for the long sentence. She knows her role and will follow through. Any follow up interference by the President or Barr and their goal is accomplished…

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        • Jederman says:

          Not that it needs it, but it also undermines Roberts absurd assertion that there are no obama judges… .

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          • Les D says:

            PT often points out how many judgeships Obama left open, but in DC only 4. Of the currently sitting 26 sitting in DC, Obama nominated 10-wow, Clinton 7, Carter 1; Trump 4, Reagan 1, Bush 4. But who knows about Bushies, like Obamacare flopper John Roberts who appoints Obama Judge Boasberg new Chief of FISA, who appoints a FISA abuser to run a FISA house cleaning.

            For the Appellate Court of DC, Obama left 3 open for PT; So of the total 18 currently sitting, Obama 4, Clinton 3,Trump 3, Reagan 5, Bush 3, but again the Bushies get an asteric.

            But riddle me this–if only 10 of the 26 judges were nominated by Obama–what are the odds of Obama appointee Judge Amy Berman getting both Manafort and then Stone? and Obama appointee Judge Rudy Contreras getting Gen Flynn and took Flynn’s guilty plea? And Obama appointee Moss getting Papadopolous?

            Random assignment, hahaha. The Resistance thrives in the D,C. District Court’s Clerk’s Office.

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      • James Groome says:

        I agree if she were shrewdly smart and had any sense of self awareness, much less her own professional preservation, she would go easy and then she could feign undue influence along with schifty and shumer.

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        • moe ham head says:

          if she were smart she wouldn’t be a dem

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          • “…wouldn’t be a dem”

            You misspelled “Insane Left cultist (following in the footsteps of Obama/Soetoro)”.

            Back in the day, few Democrats were Communist/Socialist/Muslim/BlackRacist/Malthusian ACTIVISTS. Since Obama and the birth of the Insane Left, there are NO “Democrats”, visible in the public discourse, who are NOT one or more of those extremist groups.

            The world since Obama has changed. The world since the 1960s has changed, leading up to the empowerment of traitorous false idols like Obama.

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          • Issy says:

            I don’t know about that. She apparently got to her “esteemed” position of federal judge because she was a democrat. Nothing else she has done could explain it.

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      • Les D says:

        I noticed lftpm posted “shrewdly smart”, well done. Because appointed by Obama, she is only below Sally (Travel Ban is Illegal) Yates in legal smarts. She told the lawyers yesterday she could not find any case law that says she cannot do what she is doing with Stone’s sentencing sequence. Because in 224 years of American Jurisprudence nobody has ever been this stunningly stupid and brazen to do it her way.
        John Roberts said “We don’t have Obama judges”. He didn’t say we don’t have dumb judges, even he wouldn’t dare go that far.

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      • jdintx says:

        Didn’t Stone already seek a change of venue or was that Manafort? Why the need for an immediate sentencing in a case with a possibility of a mistrial?Is it b/c Jackson has already decided on the foreman issue? Methinks it’s so….

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