DOJ Points To Records Stone Told Congress He Never Had

Law360, Washington (November 7, 2019, 11:26 PM EST) -- Federal prosecutors doubled down Thursday on their characterization of Roger Stone as a liar, pointing to a stream of emails and text messages between the former Trump adviser, top campaign aides and associates of Stone about his anticipation of the release of more hacked emails ahead of the 2016 presidential election to damage Hillary Clinton's candidacy.

During the second day of arguments in Stone’s criminal trial in a D.C. federal court, jurors heard an audio recording of the longtime Republican operative telling the House Intelligence Committee in a September 2017 closed-door, sworn testimony that he had no records of communication relating to the panel's...

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