Roger Stone Pushes Back On Hacking Evidence Exclusion

Law360 (August 12, 2019, 4:04 PM EDT) -- Political operative Roger Stone told the D.C. federal judge presiding over his upcoming trial stemming from the Russia investigation that the government should not be allowed to exclude evidence about hacking during the 2016 election, calling it pivotal to the case against him.

The Republican strategist, accused of lying to authorities and witness tampering while under scrutiny by former special counsel Robert Mueller in the probe of 2016 election interference, said in recent court papers that if it were not for suspicions about Russian hacks, he would never have been charged.

Stone cited what he views as the bottom line of...

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