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Roger Stone sentence 'politicised' to please Trump, Congress to hear

BBC News Wednesday, 24 June 2020 ()
Top prosecutors will testify that were pressured to go easy on Mr Trump's long-time confidante.
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The justice department is under fire, accused of giving a more lenient sentence to Roger Stone. Stone is President Trump's longtime friend who was convicted of lying to Congress.

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