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Judge calls Justice Dept. move in Roger Stone case 'unprecedented'

Newsday Friday, 21 February 2020
A federal judge stopped just short of saying the Justice Department gave special treatment to the case of Trump's longtime pal.
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Roger Stone's defense team asked the U.S. district judge to recuse herself, arguing she was "biased."

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