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Roger Stone was given 3 years and 4 months in prison, which is less than half of the recommended sentencing, which was 7 to 9 years in prison. This occurred subsequent to intervention by Trump and William Barr. Among other crimes, Stone threatened a witness and his dog, as well as sending out a threatening Instagram Post against the judge. No one seems to notice that the judge folded and gave up and gave in, and simply gave him a tongue lashing, which is insufficient. Judge Amy Berman claims she wasn’t influenced but clearly seems to have been. She probably figured that jeopardizing her life wasn’t worth it, when Trump will pardon Stone, anyway. Is Roger Stone Carlo Gambino’s illegitimate son, or simply an incarnation of the spirit of Francois Duvalier, Carlo Gambino, and the vodou spirit of death and sexuality, Baron Samedi? Francois Duvalier is known to have dressed and spoken in such a way as to fake out the Haitian people and try to make them think that he was Baron Samedi, vodou spirit of death. Duvalier’s son purchased an apartment in Trump Tower. Stone faking out the judge and the American people?

Pictures of Francois Duvalier here: https://www.historyanswers.co.uk/people-politics/papa-doc-duvalier-the-voodoo-president-who-killed-kennedy/
Pictures of Roger Stone with glasses here looking like Baron Samedi: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/02/20/roger-stone-sentencing-hearing-underway/4798388002/ Without glasses looking enough like Carlo Gambino to be his son: https://www.voanews.com/usa/trump-ally-roger-stone-sentenced-more-3-years-prison

Carlo Gambino: https://youtu.be/Uotr6B_1TxA

Regarding last year’s hit against Gambino mafia boss Frank Cali: “Back when Donald Trump and his father were dealing with associates of Mafia boss Carlo Gambino in construction and real estate and city government, nobody could have imagined the son would one day become the president of the United States. Nor could they have imagined that one of Don Carlo’s successors would be gunned down by an apparent adherent to paranoid conspiracy theories imagined by some of the Donald’s most fervent supporters.” [1]


The judge and most MSM think we have forgotten already so quickly?
Feds Seek 7 to 9 Years in Prison for Trump Ally Roger Stone
By Associated Press February 11, 2020 08:54 AM https://www.voanews.com/usa/feds-seek-7-9-years-prison-trump-ally-roger-stone

A federal judge is set to sentence Thursday President Donald Trump’s close friend and confidant Roger Stone, who was convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and obstruction of justice stemming from the 2016 Russian election meddling probe. Prosecutors had recommended seven to nine years in prison. But Attorney General William Barr and other top Justice Department officials overruled their own prosecutors and recommended a lighter prison sentence.” See: “Trump Confidant Stone to be Sentenced Thursday” By Kenneth Schwartz Updated February 20, 2020 06:30 AM https://www.voanews.com/usa/us-politics/trump-confidant-stone-be-sentenced-thursday

From VOA News:
Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced to More Than 3 Years in Prison
By Masood Farivar
Updated February 20, 2020 06:34 PM
WASHINGTON – A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Roger Stone, a veteran Republican operative and President Donald Trump’s longtime confidant, to more than three years in prison for obstructing a congressional inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

The sentence was about half as long as federal prosecutors had initially recommended before Attorney General William Barr overturned the recommendation, setting off a firestorm over political meddling in the justice system.

In remarks at a Las Vegas event after the sentencing, Trump criticized the Stone prosecution as unfair, but he said he would allow the legal process to play itself out rather than pardon his friend. Stone and his lawyers are seeking a new trial in the case…

Trump used his formidable powers on Tuesday to pardon or commute the sentences of 11 people, including former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, convicted junk bond huckster Michael Milken and former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik. Critics say a presidential pardon could be awaiting Stone down the road if he is sent to prison.

Before handing down the sentence of 40 months, Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the United States District Court of Washington criticized the administration for its handling of the case, calling Barr’s intervention “unprecedented” and Trump’s repeated public comments about the Stone case “entirely inappropriate.” Jackson, however, said she would not be influenced by the president’s comments or those of Trump critics who have demanded a steep sentence for Stone.

“Roger Stone will not be sentenced for who his friends are or who his enemies are,” she said.

A self-described “dirty trickster” with a taste for loud suits and colorful language, Stone, 67, has known Trump since the late 1970s, and later encouraged Trump to make his first presidential bid in the late 1980s. Stone briefly served as an adviser to Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.  

The Republican consultant was convicted last November of seven charges in connection with his efforts during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign to obtain stolen emails of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton from the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks. A jury found Stone lied about those efforts to congressional investigators in 2017 and then intimidated a witness.

Barr’s highly unusual intervention in the case on the heels of Trump’s complaints about the length of the sentencing recommendation prompted four prosecutors to withdraw from the case, including one who resigned from the Justice Department in protest.

Yet the new prosecution team did not ease its call for a steep sentence for Stone. John Crabb, an assistant U.S. Attorney, said that Stone had committed serious offenses and deserved a “substantial period of incarceration.”

“This prosecution was and this prosecution is righteous,” Crabb said.

Although Crabb acknowledged that it is the Justice Department’s policy to follow federal sentencing guidelines, he said that given “the unique facts and circumstance” of the case, the government would leave it up to the judge to determine the right prison term for Stone.

Trump recently attacked Jackson for subjecting his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, to “solitary confinement.” Jackson, who presided over Manafort’s trial, sentenced him in 2019 to seven-and-half years in prison.

Crabb took a swipe at Trump’s attack on Jackson, saying the government had “utmost confidence” in her sentencing decision.

“The Justice Department and the U.S. Attorney’s Office is committed to enforcing the law without fear, favor or political influence,” Crabb said.

Barr’s extraordinary decision February 11 fueled concerns about the Justice Department’s historic independence from political influence dating back to the post-Watergate era.

Congressional Democrats demanded an investigation. More than 2,000 former Justice Department officials called on Barr to resign. And an association of federal judges voiced concerns about political meddling in the country’s historically independent system of justice.

Barr has defended his involvement in the case, saying he found the recommended sentence excessive. He reportedly threatened to resign this week after Trump defied his request to stop tweeting and commenting about the Stone prosecution and other Justice Department cases. A department spokeswoman said late Tuesday that Barr has no plans to resign” .https://www.voanews.com/usa/trump-ally-roger-stone-sentenced-more-3-years-prison

Gambino mafia boss Frank Cali was shot and run over on March 15, 2019 outside of his home. Anthony Comello, 24, the alleged hitman, held up a hand in a court appearance on Monday, March 18, 2019. On his hand was “MAGA forever” (Make America Great Again), along with “United We Stand” and “Patriots in Charge,” which Buzzfeed News says are references to a QAnon conspiracy theory. While Buzzfeed thinks that the circle in the middle is a Q, it looks like a circle with two horns, like a bull. And, that fits very well with what happened. [1] Take a look at the picture here: https://archive.li/0Wy3R A bull could be a reference to Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano, former underboss to the Gambino crime family, who helped bring down Gambino boss John Gotti. He was also “part of the group that murdered Gambino boss Paul Castellano in 1985. Gravano played a key role in planning and executing Castellano’s murder, along with John Gotti, Angelo Ruggiero, Frank DeCicco, and Joseph Armone.“[2] See more here:

[1] “Gambino Mob Boss Murder Suspect’s Lawyer Blames Trump
MAFIA PIZZAGATE Robert Gottlieb says the case is going to boil down to hate speech, ‘including right at the White House.’ Hints at insanity defense
“. by Michael Daly Special Correspondent
Updated Mar. 26, 2019 7:23AM ET / Published Mar. 25, 2019 9:37PM ET  The Daily Beast: https://archive.li/QT5Vh