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In an unprecedented move, the four prosecutors that pushed for the maximum seven to nine-year
prison sentence following conviction of Roger Stone, all stepped down from the case with one resigning
entirely from the Justice Department. This move came quickly on the heels following an overturn of the
sentence from the Department of Justice, recommending a lesser sentence if a conviction is found. Many
claim that this move was nothing more than theatrics already planned out far in advance to build
sympathy for a future cause, this however still will be a move that is going to be remembered; good, bad,
Ever since the gag order was placed on Roger Stone
(a long-time friend of the show) information from
his side of the story has been only been gleaned from what can be pulled from filtered national sources.
This week on The Malliard Report
, Jim sits down with someone that is as close to the source as one can
get without having Roger on again. This week Jim welcomes Roger Stone’s attorney and advisor Tyler
Nixon to the show to discuss what lead up to the point that it is now, what the future may hold, and
openly expresses his thoughts and opinions on those that are involved.
This is a great episode because Tyler is incredibly knowledgeable about the subject matter he discusses
and does so in a manner that is easily understandable; breaking down the events, people, and actions
that led to this particular juncture that we are in politically. To say that 2020 will be a rollercoaster is a
vast understatement and Tyler believes the same. Citing factions splitting within parties, neck biting from
candidates, and just all-out the turmoil, it will be a strange one for sure. Tyler keeps a relatively low online
profile but can be found on Twitter @TylerPNixon
and it is recommended you give him a follow. For all
things Malliard, head over to malliard.com for the latest in show news, past episodes, and so much
more. You can connect with Jim on all the social media platforms @malliard
and don’t forget to rate and
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Notes revised 2-20-2020
Live Tweet Read Was
Who are the four prosecutors (Mueller people?) who cut and ran after being exposed for recommending a ridiculous 9 year prison sentence to a man that got caught up in an investigation that was illegal, the Mueller Scam, and shouldn’t ever even have started? 13 Angry Democrats?
All four Roger Stone prosecutors resign from case after DOJ backpedals on sentencing recommendation
Trump tweeted early Tuesday, calling the initial sentencing recommendation “disgraceful” and a “miscarriage of justice.”
from NBC News