• Live updates: Roger Stone sentenced to prison
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• Opinion: In Stone case, a blast from the Obama past
• Analysis: Trump"s bending of justice will have consequences
Roger Stone, a longtime showman, political strategist and friend of Donald Trump"s whom a jury found guilty of lying to Congress and threatening a witness regarding his efforts for the President"s 2016 campaign, will be sentenced Thursday in Washington.
Seth Cousins, a juror in the Roger Stone trial, defends the guilty verdict, saying that it was "not rigged" and that President Donald Trump "damages our democracy" by attacking the process.
The new sentencing memorandum that Attorney General William Barr directed to be filed in the Roger Stone case is more consistent with Obama administration policy than that of his boss, Donald Trump. The irony is rich.
CNN"s Evan Perez and Sara Murray share what it was like inside the courtroom as Judge Amy Berman Jackson handed down a 40 month sentence to Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Trump.