‘Emergency meeting’ expected in Roger Stone case
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Today (Tuesday) a group of federal judges are holding an emergency meeting over concerns about the Department of Justice’s intervention in politically-sensitive cases.
That’s according to USA Today.
The newspaper reports that the president of the National Association of Federal Judges referenced a crisis enveloping the the Justice Department, and the issue “could not wait” until its spring conference.
This comes, as more than two-thousand former prosecutors and Justice Department officials signed a statement calling on Attorney General William Barr to resign.
The former prosecutors want Barr to resign because of his involvement overruling the sentencing recommendations for longtime Trump associate Roger Stone.
Posted – 2.18.20