The conviction of Roger Stone will not be overturned, but President Trump commuted his sentence.
That means his jail time, parol and fines have all been waived – the day before he was due to return for jail time.
Roger Stone was arrested for charges relating to the Mueller investigation in 2016. Stone was charged for “…seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress.” – Fox News
Stone denies all wrongdoing.
Trump had this to say in the letter commuting Stone:
“I commute the entirety of the prison sentence imposed upon the said ROGER JASON STONE, JR. to expire immediately; I also commute the entirety of the two-year term of supervised release with all its conditions; and finally, I remit any unpaid remainder of the $20,000 fine imposed,” Trump says in the order.
What do you think – should Stone have been pardoned?
Matthew – Strictly News