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Judge in Roger Stone case wants more information about the scope of clemency

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Judge in Roger Stone case wants more information about the scope of clemency

"Federal judge wants more information about President Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone. U S District Court Judge Amy Berman. Jackson ordered It's Stone's lawyers provide her by tomorrow with a copy of the executive order that commuted stone sentence. She also asked for clarity about the scope of the clemency, including whether it covers just his prison sentence, or also the two year period of supervised release that was part of his sentence. The president commuted stones, 40 month prison sentence for lying to Congress and witness intimidation. Just days before Stone was to report to prison. Fox's John Decker in Washington the

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Judge seeks more details on Trump's clemency for Roger Stone

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Judge seeks more details on Trump's clemency for Roger Stone

"A federal judge is demanding more information about president trump's decision to commute Roger stone's prison sentence judge Amy Berman Jackson presided over the trial were stone was convicted for making false statements witness tampering and other crimes just days before stone was to report to prison the president commuted his longtime allies forty month sentence Friday night Jackson wants a copy of the president's executive order by tomorrow and clarity on whether it covers just stones prison sentence or also the two years supervised release that were part of his sentence Sager made Ghani Washington

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Judge orders Roger Stone to surrender July 14, denying his request for an extended delay

Fit Positive Confident

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Judge orders Roger Stone to surrender July 14, denying his request for an extended delay

"To jail U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson is denying Roger stone's request to put off the start of a three year sentence until September over concerns about coronavirus she's giving him an additional two weeks but ordering the president's ally and one time adviser to report to prison by July fourteenth stone was convicted of seven criminal counts of obstruction witness tampering and lying to Congress last year he was supposed to report to a federal prison

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Judge Orders Trump Adviser Roger Stone to Report to Prison by July 14

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Judge Orders Trump Adviser Roger Stone to Report to Prison by July 14

"A federal judge's giving Roger stone a longtime political adviser to president trump is short reprieve NPR's Carrie Johnson reported stone will not have to report to prison until July fourteenth Roger stone says he's worried about contracting cove in nineteen in a crowded prison facility so he asked a judge to delay his surrender until September but judge Amy Berman Jackson has decided to give stone just two more weeks of freedom the judge has ordered stone to serve home confinement between now and then since he lives in Florida which has become a hot spot for the virus this week Congress heard testimony from the justice department whistleblower who said stone got special treatment from higher ups to justice because he's a friend of the president trump has said stones cases quote very unfair raising questions about whether he might win a

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Roger Stone to report to prison July 14, 2-week delay granted

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Roger Stone to report to prison July 14, 2-week delay granted

"A federal judge has ordered Trump confident Roger Stone to report to prison on July the 14th U. S. District Judge Amy Berman, Jackson granted Stone a two week delay because of the pandemic. But not the two months that stone had requested. With prosecutors ascent The 67 year old has been assigned to a federal prison in Jessup, Georgia, while he appeals the November conviction for lying and witness

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yeah the judge in Washington the Obama hack I said with all due respect is Amy Berman Jackson so while they're emptying prisons and jails all over the country she wants to put Roger stone in jail and I notice they haven't released Manafort I'm starting to think these are political prisoners I think Manafort's a political prisoner I think they'd like to make Mike Flynn a political prisoner they want to make Rajasthan who I can't stand personally but that's beside the point things he's said and done the about me but that's that's not relevant to the law they want to make him a political prisoner it's outrageous and the judge in charge as if some of this is this Obama hack Amy Berman Jackson and she doesn't under the cover of the virus I want to say something to you they're individuals in politics and broadcasting TV radio who want to take credit for helping open this economy I think I've spent a lot of time pressing this but it's not them it's not me it's you you you had enough and that's why the media and the Democrats in the others hi trying to keep it down that's why the attack you attack me attack other conservatives we want our liberty back people are willing to sacrifice but they're not willing to destroy themselves and destroy the country we are patriots it is you not any politician not any TV personality not any radio personnel it is you who is doing this and you're making your feelings known all over the country and when you protest when you protest they call you all kinds of names when they protest and they beat the hell out of people that apparently is okay peaceful protest this is American as apple pie so you continue your peaceful peaceful civil protests if this is what you want to do you what D. state governments don't know do you want your country back you want your state's back there's absolutely nothing wrong with that nothing nothing it's American as it gets peaceful peaceful nonviolent protest you don't need approval by media stars media hacks or anybody else or anybody else you have a constitutional right a federal constitutional right a federal constitutional right you know it's a different world right now we don't need to be overwhelmed we have to work to keep our loved one safer.

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A podium within twenty four hours Markle be a genius and go out on a warm radio program nobody is off limits because he is looking out for you mark Levin on K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk yeah the judge in Washington the Obama hack I said with all due respect is Amy Berman Jackson so while they're emptying prisons and jails all over the country she wants to put Roger stone in jail and I notice they haven't released Manafort I'm starting to think these are political prisoners I think Manafort's a political prisoner I think they'd like to make Mike Flynn a political prisoner they wanna make Roger stone who I can't stand personally but that's beside the point things he's said and done about me but that's that's not relevant to the law they wanna make him a political prisoner it's outrageous and the judging charges at least some of this is this that Obama hack Amy Berman Jackson and she doesn't under the cover of the virus I want to say something to you they're individuals in politics and broadcasting TV radio who want to take credit for helping open this economy I think I've spent a lot of time pressing this but it's not them it's not me it's you you you had enough and that's why the media and the Democrats in the others hi trying to keep it down that's why the attack you attack me attack other conservatives we want our liberty back people are willing to sacrifice but they're not willing to destroy themselves and destroy the country we are patriots it is you not any politician not any TV personality not any radio personnel it is you who is doing this you're making your feelings known all over the country and when you protest when you protest they call you all kinds of names when they protest and they beat the hell out of people that apparently is okay peaceful protest is as American as apple pie so you continue your peaceful peaceful civil protest if this is what you want to do you what D. state governments the now do you want your country back you want your state's back there's absolutely nothing wrong with that nothing nothing American as it gets peaceful peaceful nonviolent protest you don't need approval by media start media hacks or anybody else or anybody else you have a constitutional right a federal constitutional right a federal constitutional right you know it's a different world right now we don't need to be overwhelmed we have to work to keep our loved one safer.

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Judge denies new trial for Roger Stone

All Things Considered

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Judge denies new trial for Roger Stone

"A federal judge has denied a bid by Roger stone for a new trial the longtime Republican political operative and adviser to president trump accused the jury forewoman of being tainted by anti trump political bias charging she could not be impartial in deciding stones guilt or innocence during the trial U. S. District Court judge Amy Berman Jackson sentenced down to forty months in prison for misleading congressional investigators in their probe of Russian meddling in the

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Stone judge calls back jurors to address misconduct claims

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Stone judge calls back jurors to address misconduct claims

"They did your is that there is no such thing as a very good during I think Roger stone sentencing last week president trump has been amplifying claims from stone and his legal team that the jury forewoman was biased in a court session Tuesday U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson said jurors have been harassed and she worried for their continued safety but she said with the president shining a spotlight on the jury she was taking an extra step the jurors told the court nothing off occurred and no social media posts or news coverage was discussed in their deliberations stone's attorneys grilled the four woman on her posts but she maintains she done her job fairly Jackson says he'll rule on stone's request for a new trial at a later date Ben Thomas Washington

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The whole way and and I actually went through more security that I saw was the ones that go through Adela says Weinstein is upbeat but in disbelief about the verdict because he says he's innocent I'm marquees are let out Harvey Weinstein still faces rape charges here in California involving women who say he assaulted them in LA and Beverly hills some of his accusers here in LA are now speaking out actress rose and our cat today is truly a landmark moment for survivors of rape fellow accuser Larissa Gomes in my mind I am no longer trapped in a hotel room with Harvey Weinstein forever because I am here now all these fierce women find streams legal team says it will appeal the New York verdict correspondent Alex stone wins news time for thirty five federal judge heard arguments Tuesday on whether to grant Roger stone a new trial based on his claims of juror bias in the trial that led to his conviction and sentencing on charges related to the Russia investigation correspondent Sarah Murray reports from outside the courthouse about the questions the jury forewoman had to answer she was not identified by name during the proceedings what we know from previous reporting her name is to Micah Hart and she was questioned at length by both the judge as well as one of Roger stone's attorneys about her social media postings this is the basis in part of Roger stone's appeal for a new trial he's alleged juror misconduct judge Amy Berman Jackson said jurors in the case faced harassment and she worried for their continued safety because of comments about them made by president trump and media personalities who support the president an auction of historic items will be held today summer all of which could be yours among the items a typewriter owned by on the road author Jack Kerouac and royal typewriter for the nineteen fifties used by Ernest Hemingway university archives owner John Resnick offices opening bid is sixteen thousand dollars when I got the keys in Miami where it can be argued as one of our greatest American authors and so I connect with these things and many of my buyers who buy these things feel the same way as a residence include signed letters from opera Gandhi Marilyn Monroe Neil Armstrong and Russian.

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:57 min | 7 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WTOP

"Federal judge Amy Berman Jackson oversaw the Roger stone trial and sentenced him to forty months in prison call the jury in the case back in for questioning eleven of the fourteen jurors who decided the case connected to the Russia investigation this past November were brought in to answer questions on allegations of juror misconduct stone has claimed the jury forewoman was biased and requested a new trial his first such request was denied details of that hearing released by the judge showed jurors said nothing fishy happened in the jury room and no one spoke to or was influenced by the news media or tweets by president trump Jackson later question the four woman who confirmed that she had posted articles critical of trump's policies online but said she had done her job as a juror fairly and did not look at media during the trial Jackson says she will rule soon whether to grant a new trial as we've been reporting it was another tough day on Wall Street after the CDC said it was likely the corona virus would spread in the US and now in the S. and P. both fell more than three percent the nasdaq closed down almost three percent however we're learning that social media manipulation may also be playing a role in the market Steve dropped the cyber security firm blackbird A. I. he's released a report indicating since February second a staggering amount of false narratives and social media manipulation regarding the spread of coronaviruses flooded the internet more than two and a half million social media post contain conspiracy theories that the U. S. or China created the virus and it got out of control another fabrication blames it on eating meat and one of the most damaging developments was a U. S. senator and other problem people repeating false information in the media financial experts tell WTOP investors can easily be spooked by these kinds of operations JJ green WTOP news since his death last fall the late Maryland democratic congressman Elijah Cummings has been honored with a memorial service in the U. S. capitol building eulogies from former presidents and legislation named in his honor this week members of Congress are expected to celebrate the late lawmakers life in yet another way by naming a hallowed hearing room in the halls of Congress after him Maryland matters reports the house oversight committee is expected to officially name it's hearing room in the Rayburn house office building after Cummings Cummings chair the powerful panel the house's main investigative arm last year until his death he was the top Democrat on the committee serving in the minority for several years as well you have probably seen or read stories about tiny house living a lot of people think they're one answer to rising home and land prices but not everyone in one of our area's wealthiest counties likes the concept you're on route seven in Loudon county near the town of round hill this motel has been closed for years it's the sight word twenty eight micro cottages will soon be built at.

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

12:31 min | 7 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WRVA

"Back in court today and the judge in this case the same judge in the mana fort case arm is saying things that just are shocking to me and don't seem particularly true judges name is Amy Berman Jackson anyway so this judge saying she would be placing limitations on public access to the proceedings surrounding Roger stone's effort to secure a new trial now what we know in this particular case we know that Roger stone that the jury foreperson had tweeted out things up against the president and against Roger stone prior to being seated on this jury our constitution we do have a six the moment it's supposed to allow us to have an impartial jury it's pretty clear it's not that hard to figure out speedy trial and impartial jury you would think if you have a fair and free and open just the system that that would be basic and fundamental but is this is not an America where you have equal justice and equal application of our laws anyway some reading from talking points memo's and they're covering the story today about about Roger stone and anyway the judge adding that the risk of intimidation a highly publicized case that a highly politicized political environment climate and the president himself has shown the spotlight on the jury through his Twitter platform well that was another outrage why did they silence Roger stone during the entire case that never made any sense to me I don't think that was particularly fair Roger stone once the pro plan his innocence in the case and put out evidence for the public to see why you wouldn't have the right to do that although we had freedom of speech in America but for her to claim that the president's comments were false and incendiary that that's not true either and yeah it is a highly publicized case it is a polarized political climate I'm not disagreeing with any of that that's fine the judge adds that the risk of harassment or intimidation is high for the juror will stows request for new trial was filed under seal other documents related to the request also shielded from the public and the judge now is imposing more restrictions on the new trial request proceedings you know just after so you know Roger stone's facing you know forty months in prison for lying where all these other people that we've had that applied I have a whole list of them James you can bring it in if you're listening and stone and filed the request you know under seal as the judge asked the really doesn't have much of a choice I think we need a a a share of the changing judges in this particular case anyway all the love the reason that juror spoke out was because she didn't like the fact the Attorney General looked at the nine year recommended jail time sentence and said this is ridiculous you know rapists that are convicted on average median time in jail as for years two months lying you know okay nobody gets nine years for lying in jail but that's how over zealous these prosecutors are in this particular case anyway I would think stone has this is a slam dunk case considering this juror had preconceived notions and political views that were stated that were hostile to Roger stone specifically on the president specifically and I think this is pretty how race ran for Congress transcriptomic selection process indicating stones the panties team was on so I was aware of our congressional bid but they were not aware our of her comments on social media now I guess an argument could be made that they should have known that I think the bigger argument is the juror should have disclosed that why wouldn't that be brought up your honor I just need you to know I'm going to sit on the jury but I had tweeted out about this case what is any judge what is said dismissed I know everybody that works for me when they get called for jury duty they just mention that work for me and the next thing that happens is dismissed what is that how many of you in there as that happened to that happens Linda never happen here right they give it to me for my own good route for me they don't even need to mention you know we have people outside our room that I won't even begin to mention they just say yeah I work on not Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity's radio show goes rushes New York studios next to our studio anyway while the details of stones allegation remain undisclosed at the end that there should be a slam dunk there should be a slam dunk and at the hearing on sealing the proceedings the judge brings up the president's tweets and you know going after juror why shouldn't he now he's the top law enforcement officer she noted claims by Tucker Carlson in Osage is an anti trump zealot sitting on the jury she says that's incendiary and false information about the jury at center instead warned individuals angry about stone's conviction may choose to take it out on members of the jury personally attempts to invade the privacy of the juror Linda my not my mistake in here the juror not out herself on social media Facebook if I'm not mistaken that's a hundred percent correction it's another project right and she was on Facebook okay so now the question is why would we not have that information out there why not you know I I tweeted out for example I had interviewed Julian Assange back in what was that January of twenty seven September twenty sixteen in January of twenty seventeen January twenty January third twenty seventeen now shockingly The New York Times in may of last year put out an editorial and I think it probably is due to the Pentagon papers case Juliana songes indictment aims at the heart of the first amendment and if the trump administration and wants to use the espionage act is that these are prosecutors I don't think the president knows a thing about any of this stuff but anyway to redefine what journalists can or cannot publish and and you know I'm sitting there and I'm watching all this unfold and I'm I'm thinking to myself okay this is pretty interesting because I ask in that interview of Julian assigns repeatedly he's been on my radio show I asked the Russia question what seven different ways about right any well go over the transcripts of it and you know but what yet in America we already know Hillary Clinton that she funneled money into a law firm called Perkins Kui campaign finance violation right off the top and that money was then spent to hire fusion GPS Robert Muller when he testified didn't know fusion GPS's anyway just like you didn't know who Jeannie radius which is shocking then the money they use that to hire Christopher Steele thank Christopher Steele creates what's known as a series of documents the become the the dirty Russian dossier now we know it was never verifiable because when he was in an interrogatory Great Britain we know that he was questioned under the threat of perjury under oath and he said I have no idea if any of it's true that makes it unverifiable the top of the FISA application we had Carter page on earlier says verified Ovitz on verifiable can be verified can and now it's been debunked so you had four separate FISA court warrant applications that were filled out and signed by people like call me and went to a and and Sally Yates and rod Rosenstein they all signed it says verified but none of it was even verify a bull that's a problem so Hillary Clinton paid for dirty Russian dossier polo lies about Donald Trump she paid for it they leak some of it to the press because some of it got out before the election and they did it to impact the twenty sixteen election she's out there today lecturing everybody brush is going to try to interfere in twenty twenty again and I'm like well when is she going to be cold extradited mean I'm joking but charged when is she because even the new York times finally concluded that our reporting was correct as it relates to the dirty dossier that she paid for that she was warned everybody was warned don't trust still don't trust the dossier Hillary paid for it don't trust the information is not verified that was before the first prize what application Kathleen Kadlec war number in the state department after she met with Christopher Steele she won the DOJ top officials Bruce or the fourth highest ranking member of the DOJ's wife worked on the dossier said don't trust the dossier anyway so she paid for Russian disinformation even The New York Times acknowledges it art that's Russian interference and ironically it's Russian interference and she's warning us about twenty twenty when nobody listened to Devin Nunez back in twenty fourteen when he warned the Russians would do this anyway so when I'm interviewing Julian a son Gee you know this was right in the beginning when they started talking about this claim that the Russian government directly tried to were tied to the twenty sixteen election hacking weeks ago Bubba bomb all right so I go I go when I say I get the interview everybody was trying for we got it with Julia Sandra wikileaks and I think I asked all the right questions like that let me start with the American elections do you feel that wikileaks had I a rolled how big a role do you feel wikileaks said the outcome of the election you didn't think Donald Trump is going to win he said I didn't think Donald Trump when I bought the establishment for want of a better word would see Hillary Clinton losing and then would pile a bunch of money more energy various TV networks on her side and make sure she won a actually said I think that analysis is still correct anyways I get right to the heart of the matter and I start saying post election wikileaks the U. S. government is accusing wikileaks of receiving materials from Russia and Russia cyber criminals with political agenda influencing elections talking about that and the best emails so I ask him the DNC emails but in other ways I asked you before I'll ask you again today I was asking him eyeball to eyeball did Russia give you this information or anybody associated with Russia any states okay bye polls will be a little squirrelly in the beginning our source is not a state party so the answer for our interactions meeting his mine is now but if you look at the more recent statement by the U. S. government whatever we had five different branches of government presenting their accusations the underpass underpin Obama's throwing out of thirty five Russian diplomats etcetera etcetera my interpretation is theirs you know he goes on to give it and then I what I do I didn't let go of it that's what I do okay he says so there's no evidence that but the main focus for most Americans they're being told by Hillary's campaign by the president of United States and department of homeland security etcetera the office of director of national intelligence that in fact it was wikileaks was working with the Russian government to influence the election is that true in any way shape manner or form Julian Assange's answer that is absolutely false and if you read their statements carefully goes on to give a more detailed as I put this up on Twitter if you want to watch the whole interview and then I go back again can you say to the American people unequivocally you didn't get this information about the DNC Podesta's emails can you tell the American people a thousand percent he did not get it from Russia yes meeting go to Russia or anybody associated with Russia answer we can say and we have said repeatedly over the last two months that our source is not the Russian government is not a state party and I I went back even more times asking Linda how many times I go back on this thing I went back again and again and again now here's my point okay they want to go after Juliana signage for the espionage act I might all hello Hillary is top secret classified our information on her secret server.

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U.S. judge seems skeptical about giving Trump adviser Stone a new trial

John Howell

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

U.S. judge seems skeptical about giving Trump adviser Stone a new trial

"Trump adviser Roger stone wants a new trial claiming alleged bias against the president by the jury forewoman correspondent Sarah Murray reports from outside the courtroom that most members of the panel were called back you can actually see what's happening in the courtroom we could only hear it because she wants to keep their identities secret the judge does but she said look in this next room I have eleven members of the jury that I've called here today judge Amy Berman Jackson is already question two of those members of the jury essentially saying were you pressured in any of these deliberations how did you reach your conclusion in this how did you guys pick the four person this jury did anyone bring it outside

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:37 min | 7 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I think what you say is going to change the way I look at it from the same people with different views and devoting her way and that's yes let's see what happens we have things whether or not the reviews themselves during my campaign you know what I would suggest that the time she apologized in a very minor four and watches the mayor said yesterday was really highly inappropriate and everybody agrees to that virtually everybody I've seen I've seen pictures of other people cannot believe it she said because not on the left they love it because they don't believe in tradition they don't believe in our institutions unless of course they're running them what about the judges and justices media what about them undermining our judicial system wanted to talk about that because you agree with them that's why you agree with them judge Amy Berman Jackson is a disgrace what justice Sotomayor did was indeed an effort at publicity and pressure against her fellow justices are not one of them joined what Ruth beta Ginsburg said in twenty sixteen what amounted quite frankly to an impeachable offense a hundred hundred fifty years ago not today but the extent I've heard commentary about a political candidate for presently United States I don't believe we've ever seen anything like that instead Hollywood does a movie slobbering all over R. G. B. yes RGP she's written so many brilliant opinions can you think of one no she's been the most consistently hard core progressive leftists on the Supreme Court that's why they did a movie praising her you want a movie praising your do as RG RBG has done I want to be a Republican and praised do is Mitt Romney has done it's very simple very simple homeowners.

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Judge Rejects Roger Stone's Attempt To Remove Her From His Case

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Judge Rejects Roger Stone's Attempt To Remove Her From His Case

"There the judge presiding over a long time trump allies just Roger stone's case denies a motion he filed seeking to have her disqualified is Mike Bauer after president trump amplified claims of a bias trial on Twitter judge Amy Berman Jackson said stone and his lawyers had failed to back up their allegations of bias with any factual or legal support but Jackson noted that her very general comment on jurors serving with integrity did not purport to and did not have anything to do with stones motion for new trial writing the pleading appears to be nothing more than an attempt to use the court's docket to disseminate a statement for public consumption that has the words judge and

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Judge rejects Roger Stone's request to remove her from case

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Judge rejects Roger Stone's request to remove her from case

"The judge in Roger stone's request for retrial has refused to recuse herself from the case Bloomberg said Baxter has the story judge Amy Berman Jackson saying it was not warranted the Republican operatives attorney said the late Friday filing that statements the judge made about the jury during a sentencing hearing show a strong bias the judge who sentenced tone on Thursday to forty months in prison has yet to rule on his request for retrial his attorneys say stones request for a new trial is based on claims of juror misconduct during the

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:07 min | 7 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Sent to prison sentence handed down by judge Amy Berman Jackson and it actually does fall in line with the revised recommendations sent by the prosecutors now you know Amy Berman Jackson is no friend of trump not at all in fact she was vicious towards both him and Roger stone yesterday she said during the prosecution during her sentencing yesterday she said that stone was quote not prosecuted for standing up for the president he was a prosecutor for covering up for the president which on its face is a ridiculous thing to say this you know why he lied did she know how which is like so she's giving context for why he did what he did instead of just focusing in on the facts here's a here's the the thing that the reason I say is ridiculous the more of us occasion concluded and there was no conspiracy or collusion with Russia that's it that was done and and Bob Miller said as much so what precisely when Roger stone have been covering up for president trump the answer is exactly nothing Sir she's just being a wild eyed hair on fire partisan when she says that but on the issue of the actual sentencing she went with bill bars recommendation throw build our out of office judge Jackson is not trying to do bill Barney favors she doesn't she has no interest in that it's obvious from her statements in her behavior during all of this and in the end she went with the last for sentencing forty months not the nine years that was originally recommended by the first prosecutors so what's the lesson from that we should probably throw del bar out of office which you probably impeach Donald Trump for a revised sentencing recommendations that Amy Berman Jackson went along with in the end hi Sally so she did not side with the for prosecutors who resigned over this yes siding with bar she is siding with trump which I think is nothing but yet there was no headline today that said Obama federal judge sides with bill bar right exactly was that headline precisely so we are Roger stone for those who need to be reminded you know she is stone had sent this guy Randy credit co he's who is friends with over the top messages if that were the type of thing that you know people do in fantasy football it was like prepare to die he said the credit up there is not is not a physical threat it's literally like the fed is this type of stuff you sent to your brother or your body to die he writes I can't finish it causes a little longer after that but any any critical immediately went to the media with it and went on TV and internet hyping up an idea that a wise witness intimidation the media was west went crazy for it they loved it and as our buddy Chuck Ross points out then voila the special counsel and the witness tampering to its list of charges against stone and it's bad tax which in the end does gets down the block of his jail time even though critical later came back to the trial and testify at the trial he wasn't actually concerned that stone would truly harm him ready go petition the court about the sentence and said look I never actually felt threatened by Roger stone service trucks as we have a bunch of media nerds in a bunch of legal nerds clutching pearls over a text exchange between two guys who talk a lot of trash to each other and that translates into additional present time for Roger stone that's where we are and the president has come out and said that it Roger stone is a character he is we use you know he has that Nixon tap to a lot of interesting things about this guide now what I found fascinating politico reported that says what happened when he emerged from the court room and got into his vehicle to leave it wasn't a car that they had brought their no they used a ride sharing service and the driver appeared very baffled by this form of TV cameras your honor I just had no idea who is picking up do you think like his his user profiles has Roger stone it does I'm sure of it and he got he thinks this guy up imagine driving that over and then all of a sudden you're in the middle of like a crowd of paparazzi like you the cameras everywhere in your your passengers there does that lower your rated like does the driver rate you lower because there was a swarm of TV cameras or does that up the rating I'm for I'm for living life in an interesting way if that happens in may and I was the writer driver I would figure out a way to give him six stars absolutely yeah that was and then you know a drop them off the palm they went right to the palm for lunch there was he's never backed away from who he is no not at all here's our drive time for the president alright here is the president yesterday on on the subject after the sentencing so before we go any further I want to address today sentencing of a man Roger stone Roger stone these become part of the news over the last little while and I'm following this very closely and I want to see it play out to its fullest because Roger is a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion I've known you people understand it probably better than anybody in the room I've known Roger stone and his wife who's really terrific woman for a long time and Rogers definitely character everybody sort of knows right here everybody knows it and most people like some people probably done but I do and I always have he's a smart guy he's a little different well different but those are sometimes the most interesting but he's a good person his family is fantastic he's got a fantastic family and there's always a reason for that is in there yeah he's a bizarre figure he's a rascal that's for sure but right now we away whether or not Donald Trump will pardon him at the moment he says everyone take a breath and let this all play out six fifty three on WMAL.

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Roger Stone Is Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Roger Stone Is Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison

"The president's one time political adviser Roger stone sense to just over three years in federal prison stone convicted on lie a of lubricant on all seven counts including lying to Congress when this tampering and obstructing the house investigation to whether the trump campaign coordinated with Russia and the twenty sixteen electrons are still own the so called dirty trickster in long time friend of president trump smiling as he walked into court amid cheers and jeers but the smile drained from his face as he got a blistering dressing down from judge Amy Berman Jackson Jackson making clear stones conviction on seven felony counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering warranted severe punishment the judge bluntly saying stone was not prosecuted as some of claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president let's correspondent Pierre Thomas

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Trump says Roger Stone has 'very good chance of exoneration' hours after sentencing

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

07:45 min | 7 months ago

Trump says Roger Stone has 'very good chance of exoneration' hours after sentencing

"Get some more and larger stones set and see our senior justice. Evan Perez is here our crime and justice. Chiba Polka. Pez is also working the story for Evan. You're inside the courtroom when you heard Judge Amy. Berman Jackson read out her decision. It was a dramatic moment. It was it was over an hour where she was essentially going through methodically. The aspects of this case including some of the arguments made by Roger Stone by the president and some of his allies that Roger Stone was being targeted for some For for his First Amendment right to stand up for president trump that he was essentially being targeted for being a political trickster. She says none of those things are true. I'll read you just a part of her remarks during the sentencing. Today she says quote stone wasn't obstructing not some secret anti-trump Cabal but he lied to Congress. You'll remember that. He was convicted of lying to Congress during testimony to the House. A House of Representatives as well as witness tampering threatening one of the witnesses in this in this case and so she took all of this on. She talked a little bit about some of his Some of his emails some of the threats that he made to Randy critical one of his associates And during that time well if we were all watching Roger Stone and he and he behaved himself mostly in court but during that time as she read some of his obscene emails. You can see him turnaround smirk and look at their two rows of his followers inside the courtroom today She also took to con the issue of of the politics. That are play in this case. she says quote he was Roger. Stone says he was not prosecuted as some have claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president. One of the things we were watching today to wolf was the prosecution. John Crabs stood up today and essentially walked back to the original sentencing memo the recommendation that was made for seventy two seven seven to nine years From the prosecution team which resigned which quit the case in the middle of controversy over over President Trump's interference in his and the prosecutors the prosecutors stood up and he said he apologized for all the drama that happened in the past week wolf and he said that the original sentencing memo was essentially submitted. In good faith it was exactly according to Justice Department policy and it was within the guidelines that are established is interesting because we know the president. He clearly tried to influence the outcome of this trial from the very beginning. And the judge Amy Berman Jackson. She addressed that specifically. She did and it's not just the outcome of this trial. Let's the entire the entire Muller investigation where you see. The president has has inserted himself tweeting. It's talking about it at campaign rallies publicly talking about and the judge really today. That's what some of this was about. She wanted to address some of the influence and also the attempted influence and also the prosecutors who now have taken over this case day to said that the Department of Justice is. There's no political interference you know we're here to be fair and the judges continued. I mean we saw her going. After Roger Stone we saw her in some ways going after the president and then taking on the whole the political drama surrounding this case and what she said and this judge docs and she said the dismay and disgust at any attempt to interfere with the efforts of prosecutors and members of the JUDICIARY TO FULFIL. Their duty should transcend. Party this is a big moment in the sentencing. This was the overall I should say theme. I felt throughout her sensing proceeding was a larger message. Here because judiciary is under attack and this was a moment in time for the judge to defend the judiciary defend other judges and defend the system. Which is really under attack right continues to be under attack by the president. Today he railed against what's going on in the problem. Pardon you certainly. Did our guys stick around Evan and Shimon reporting for now. Let's go to the White House. Our chief White House correspondent Jim. Acosta is also working the story for a strip. The president was quick to speak out about Roger Stone's sentencing. That's right well. The president responded to speculation that he is about to pardon Roger Stone. The president suggested he will wait and see how the appeals process plays out for his former advisor saying he hopes stone is exonerated and while the president didn't offer stone at immediate. Pardon he didn't exactly close the door on that possibility either. President trump threw his support behind his convicted former adviser. Roger Stone but stopped short of offering a pardon to the dirty trickster just hours after he was sentenced in federal court. I'm not GONNA do anything. In terms of the great powers bestowed upon a president of the United States. I want the process to play out. I think that's the best thing to do. Because I'd love to see Roger Exonerated and I'd love to see it happen because I personally think. He was treated very unfairly and an event honoring rehabilitated prisoners. In Las Vegas. The president ripped into the jury forewoman at the stone trial accusing her of being an anti-trump activist that was in response to her facebook. Post defending the prosecutors in the stone case so if this woman was tainted I hope the judge will find that you was tainted. And if she isn't tainted that will be fine to now. You would know about a bad jury. Anybody here know about that now. The president question. How could be sentenced to forty months in prison in part for lying to Congress but MR trump unleashed a flat out falsehood of his own when he said stone was not involved with this campaign in Twenty fifteen? The trump campaign said it fired stone. Roger was never involved in the trump campaign for president. He wasn't involved early on long before he announced he may have done a little consulting work or something but he was not involved when I ran for president. And he's a person who again he knows. A lot of people having to do with politics. Stone is now part of a growing group of trump associates sentenced or awaiting prison sentences. Democrats worried the president is floating the idea of parts to try to keep those associates quiet while I think that he's dangled the pardon Often with Mrs with regard to Mr Stone and Mr Flynn in part to In my opinion to signal to them that if they stay on the team that they don't reveal further information that they might possess about the president that they'll be taken care of the judge overseeing stones trial took a jab at Mr Trump at one point sang at the former trump campaign adviser sentencing that he was prosecuted for covering up for the president. Mr Trump had been teasing the possibility of a stone. Pardon tweeting video of Fox host calling for leniency. The whole thing is enough to shake your faith in our justice system. Unfortunately president trump could end this tragedy travesty in an instant with pardon and there are indications tonight that he will do that. Trump allies are also reminding the president he has the power to pardon stone with GOP. Senator Lindsey Graham tweeting under our system of justice. President trump has all the legal authority in the world to review this case and terms of commuting the sentence or partying Mr Stone for the underlying offense as the attacks on the four women in the stone. Trial a fellow juror. In the case said the president and the Attorney General are doing damage to the Justice System. Big Cast doubt on the the bedrock of the equal administration of Justice. That is just so so important to our country I think he damages our democracy by attacking this way and I wish he would stop now as for a pardon for Roger. Stone trump

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Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced To 40 Months In Prison

Ethan Bearman

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Trump Ally Roger Stone Sentenced To 40 Months In Prison

"Washington time trump ally Roger stone has been since the forty months in prison for witness tampering and lying to Congress judge Amy Berman Jackson said stones wise for lawmakers investigating the interference amounted to a threat to American democracy president label the conviction is unfair but said he isn't ready to act just yet on a possible pardon for

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Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years for lying, witness tampering as case roils DOJ

Q

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years for lying, witness tampering as case roils DOJ

"President Donald trump's long time friend and informal adviser Roger stone is been sentenced to forty months in prison is NPR's Ryan Lucas explains stone showed little emotion as the sentence was handed out in federal court in Washington today in a packed courtroom judge Amy Berman Jackson spoke for nearly an hour before pronouncing stone sentence she said that stone was not as some of his supporters have claimed prosecuted for standing up for the president instead she said he was prosecuted for covering up for the president stone was convicted last year of obstruction witness tampering and lying to Congress about his efforts to contact wikileaks during the twenty sixteen campaign judge Jackson said stones lies impeded a congressional investigation into Russia's election interference they also threatened she said quote the very foundation of our democracy stone declined to address the court before his sentencing he is expected to file an appeal the president meanwhile has not ruled out a possible pardon for stone right look as NPR

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Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years and 4 months in prison

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years and 4 months in prison

"Roger stone has just been sentenced to three years four months in prison on seven felony convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress on the Russian election meddling investigation stone just left the courthouse and said no one to CVS is bill Rakoff at the courthouse stone exit exited the courthouse to those chants from supporters and protesters alike expressionless though in the court room as judge Amy Berman Jackson excoriated him for his lying to Congress over the weekly scandal and for his continued obstruction of the case after he'd been arrested all the judge agreed that the original sentencing recommendation of seven to nine years in prison was too much she also rejected the idea from stones lawyers that he be given probation Gary stone will not go to prison immediately because he has a sealed pending motion requesting a new

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Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in federal prison

Mark Thompson

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in federal prison

"Reports stone sent protesters outside the federal courthouse in Washington is Roger stone is sentenced to forty months in prison judge Amy Berman Jackson rejected a defense plea for probation and an earlier prosecution recommendation for seven to nine years correspondent Evan Perez says however the defense views stone he is accountable for his actions according to the judges should just Roger for his behavior is Roger being Roger she says the truth still exists the truth still matters and she address the the political and partisan divide really that there is over this case of what the president suggesting that this case should have been brought that this prosecution

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Trump ally Stone given 40 months in prison

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Trump ally Stone given 40 months in prison

"Stone is now facing forty months in federal prison after being convicted last year of witness tampering and lying to Congress and other charges justice department prosecutors originally recommended a seven to nine year sentence but bart backed off that following complaints from president trump judge Amy Berman Jackson said stone merited a significant sentence but said the seven to nine your recommendation was excessive the sixty seven year old stones lawyers asked for it no prison time citing his age health and a lack of a criminal record he's the six the trump associate or advisor convicted on charges stemming from the special counsel's Russia probe Sager make Connie Washington

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Trump associate Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years, 4 months in prison for lying to Congress

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Trump associate Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years, 4 months in prison for lying to Congress

"The judge levels harsh criticism and Roger stone but we are still waiting to hear the sentence that she'll give him for lying to Congress and witness tampering judge Amy Berman Jackson said the court must not shrugged shoulders and just say that's just Roger being Roger she said his crimes lead to an inaccurate incorrect incomplete report from the house on Russia wiki leaks and the trump campaign and she believes stone threats to witness Randy credit co deserve a stronger sentence she added that stone potentially threatened her on social media and it was not

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KOMO

"Witness tampering political reports the federal judge Amy Berman Jackson issued the order after prosecutors abruptly quit the case last week and the US justice department abruptly lowered the recommendation and wanted for a prison sentence for Roger stone the United States has launched its mission to begin evacuating citizens have been struck on board the cruise ship in a quarantine brought about by the corona virus more from ABC news correspondent Maggie rule is now arriving at the port that Japan's self defense forces prepare to disembark hundreds of quarantine American passengers from the diamond princess before their flown back to the U. S. on state department chartered planes members of the defense force could be seen walking past the trouble ship the roughly four hundred Americans on board have already been in quarantine for twelve days back in the states the clock restart with another fourteen days in isolation on US military bases the CDC first screening all Americans for the virus anyone with signs of covert nineteen will not be allowed to board planes back to the U. S. will join the other Americans currently getting treatment in hospitals on short for many this evacuation cannot come soon enough as of today another seventy passengers on board tested positive for the virus bringing the total number to three hundred and fifty five by far the largest cluster of covert nineteen outside of China but some like Matthew Smith of Sacramento state he would rather take his chances on the boat we were confident in the in the quarantine that the Japanese officials have established and are following through on we were upset that the U. S. plans involve breaking this quarantine the US government says Americans like Matt who choose to stay behind will not be allowed back in the U. S. until March fourth at the earliest as the US tries to prevent an outbreak like China with protective gear in short supply around the globe ABC news got an exclusive look inside this three M. factory in South Dakota where employees are working overtime some US hospitals are already rationing masks the CDC says they're working with US manufacturers to help meet the global demand Wallace during an adequate supply here at home in case of a widespread outbreak people with flu like symptoms.

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Right. Well, not not to mention they had ample reason to think he would destroy evidence and he had already threatened somebody right threatened a witness Randy credit co exactly you are one hundred percent, correct. There was plenty of reason for them to do what they did. I mean, speaking of threatening mean, that's the first thing is a clear threat to judge Amy Berman Jackson with the crosshairs. I mean, we've talked about this before Jill. But this is so mobbing the whole thing is mob. Like, it is it is all the time. Are everything they say from Trump calling Kohn a rat. I would say Rico racketeer influenced corrupt organizations law that was designed for organized crime, but has uses well beyond organized crime. Now. Is one that certainly applies to the efforts of the Trump organization that Trump foundation, the Trump administration the Trump inaugural. What's going on? So what give me your take on yesterday? What were you surprised by? What weren't you surprised by it seems to me she came out because I think people were afraid that she was going to be intimidated in terms of how she would react. But I feel like it was a pretty scathing takedown, particularly of this whole ridiculous. No collusion claim when the trial was not about collusion. Right. Yes. Number one. I never expected her to be intimidated. If she was intimidated, she would afoot. Rodney don't in jail as soon as he put that target behind her head. So he's not easily intimidated. She's not. And the question now is what is she or the DC bar going to do about downing who went outside of court after what you clearly heard. I clearly heard what everyone is listening to us clearly heard the judge say, and if you read the transcript of the hearing yesterday, the judge clearly that series, no case of collusion before this court is a non sequitur to talk about it. That's nothing to do with why he's here. There's nothing to do with wising sentence or what his sentence will be. And then he went outside and set the judge clearly there's no collusion. That was an appeal for a harden aimed at an audience of one Donald Trump. And it is a clear lot. It is a complete misstatement. And it was great fate. Wouldn't pass a red face test anywhere in the world. And I think someone has to do something about that. That is a third statement. It's more in the line of I'm trying to. The jury pool I'm trying to get people to believe that there's nothing here. And that's not what this is about. He was under investigation for his tax and fraud Bank fraud for a long time. And of course within minute. I think it was twenty nine minutes after. The sentence that he was indicted in the state of New York. Yeah. Well, so what obviously big day yesterday legally. Right. Because clearly that is you know, I mean Trump can't pardon him for state charges. So what what does this do to this whole situation? Do you think Joe? Well, it doesn't mean that Trump won't pardon him. And maybe could even use it as an excuse saying, well, you know, what let another jurisdiction take care of it. It's hard to say because I don't feel that Rasmo visions that are predictable are being made by anyone involved the Trump, right? And so I can't always predict what isn't logical. Yeah. I think logically. I see X happens. Then why will be the consequence? But nobody cares about the past the questions, they may do things that are unrelated to the consequences. It's very hard to predict what will happen. There will be I'm sure we could all predict that there will be arguments from Manafort that violates New York double jeopardy, which is much stricter than the federal double jeopardy. Yeah..

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Everything with judge Amy Berman Jackson before rendering a sentence gave a blistering speech from the bench. She cited the lack remorse talked about manafort's repeated crimes over many years, and the fact that he had tampered with witnesses in the case, she sent us into an additional forty three months on top of the sentence that had been imposed in Virginia and is not over yet here in the city. Did you hear what happened DA Cyrus Vance Manhattan DA not taking any chances that President Trump might try to pardon his friend on the federal charges unsealed an indictment today almost on cue charging Manafort with more than a dozen charges growing out of an investigation. We started in twenty seventeen including mortgage fraud, if convicted on any of these new sixteen charges, he can't be pardoned by President Trump said. Vance. Hey, no one's beyond the law here in New York. Clair's is recalling three makeup products. After US regulators warned they might have as best does the FDA says product samples tested positive, but that Clair's initially refused to recall anything that might have already been sold retailer at the time disputed the test results, but said it would at least remove the product from its doors. Now, the company recalling all products so between two thousand sixteen and now says is down aware of anybody being sick. And my the makeup Clair's rep wasn't immediately available for comment was this. I'm eight twenty six Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. And here is Jeff Bellinger. The key stock indexes posted gains of six tenths to seven tenths percent. The Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred forty eight points to twenty five thousand seven hundred two the NASDAQ closed fifty two points higher the S and P five hundred subtle at a four-month high on a gain of nineteen points. Boeing shares avoided a meltdown closing up about half a percent. Even after President Trump announced the grounding of seven thirty-seven, max jets. Shares of VERA Bradley, rose twenty two percent. The retailer same store sales were down in the latest quarter. But not by as much as feared and bureau Bradley has been weaning customers off discounts for its purses and backpacks. The Labor Department didn't detect much inflation at the wholesale level last month, the producer price index ticked up a tenth of a percent in February spending on construction project surged at the start of the year, the Commerce Department reports spending increased one point three percent in January Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Jeff Bellinger, fourteen ten win. Now. This message Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center. More science, less fear. Visit them at m s k c c dot org wins news time eight twenty seven..

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

16:03 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on KNSS

"Steve McIntosh. Glenn beck. Point out, the things that I believe her right tend to things that I leave are wrong, and I will support when I can I will stand up against when I must. I am not going to judge you or anyone else. We must stay together. We can disagree, but we cannot become enemies. I don't know how many people really feel that way because we are so polarized. But we have to reduce that polarization or we don't make the coming onslaught the Glenn Beck program. Wichitas number one talk is k and s s now the Rush Limbaugh show. Foreign? Here. We are. Is. Judge last week TESL s. Contrite trying to be crystal clear in his statements about except just ended. Anyway, are we still up at somebody? Give me a clue where we on the air. Okay. Manafort's faith is in the hands of a judge that hates his guts. Amy Berman Jackson. Literally, obviously, if the reports were getting out of the courtroom or true what she saying this guy. She hates. This guy's guts. She doesn't believe anything. He's saying is still truthful. She doesn't believe that he's being straight with her in his pleas for remorse in leniently. And she she's making the point that Russian collusion and nothing to do with this case and had nothing to do with what my sentence is going to be. There wasn't any Russian collusion because Manafort has had no relationship with the Monday, Russia manafort's work was all done in Ukraine, it is widely known, but she's doing she's doing her best to distance herself from judge T S Ellis. Last week. Now just a little bit about judge Berman. Just so, you know, this is the same judge who back John Kerry for the White House in two thousand four Amy Berman Jackson also has claimed that George W Bush stole the White House in two thousand. She is the same judge who ruled for the Obama regime against the little sisters of Catholic church and for Hillary against the families of those killed in Benghazi. She's appointed by Obama. She is I know judge Justice Roberts. Not appreciate me saying this. But she is it Obama judge threw 'em through and her statements about Bush stealing the election in two thousand came before. She was appointed the bench. So at least there is that. The real intrigue here on the Manafort sentences, whether or not whatever he gets is going to be consecutive or concurrent meeting is he going to get out in time to have a life laughter is he going to die in jail. The judge also rejected the idea that if there had not been any investigation into Trump, and collusion that Manafort wouldn't be there. She rejected that out of hand even lower. Incontrovertibly true. If there had been no investigation into Trump Russia collusion in there wouldn't have been any charges against Manafort. It's foregone conclusion. And now, we know we've we're gonna get into this program unfolds. Lisa page testimony before a house committee has been released, and it is it is obvious that that the only thing that ever propelled. This investigation was the Steele dossier that is it. They never was anything else. There was never any real Russian collusion. They never had any evidence. In fact, Lisa page is quoted as saying that they were looking around for is there anybody in the Trump campaign has ever had anything to do with Russia. And that's when they settle on popadopoulos after they sat him up. There is pardon me minute. Still have a hacking cough here FOX as I continue to recover from the ravages of whatever it is. It's going around here. The Steele dossier was it. There's nothing to it. Now, what really has Washington a buzz? Of course, the left wants Manafort guillotine. The media wants Manafort guillotine in public. So that they can present pictures of collusion and Trump and so forth. It's a it's just a mess. But the Muller report is thought to be inexorably tied to the Manafort sentence in this way. That wants this sentence is handed by this judge is going on for almost an hour here before she announces the sentence. Seven point five years. Okay. Okay. So three point five additional years in prison. The judge just issued the sentence three point five additional years for a total of seven point five years in prison. So well, that's that's going to disappoint the drive bys. They were hoping for nine to ten years or whatever life span Manafort has left the sentence. They wanted was death plus ten years. They wanted manafort's corpse remaining in jail for ten years after he had perished and passed away. So anyway, this just happened, right? In the middle of my opening riveting sterling busy broadcast monologue. So as the details and still on TV, no numbers have been announced. This is Paul Manafort sentenced to all sitting there talking about it. So we'll get the numbers and has it been. Here's the real the real thing. Now is since Manafort has been sentenced in both cases this wraps up. Everything Muller had. So now, the conventional wisdom is the Muller report will dropped this week. And the best guess is that it'll drop on Thursday or Friday now that is going to be its own. No, they're not gonna wait for Roger stone. They could. I mean, I'm just having to conventional wisdom. I have no idea. What Muller's gonna do? I don't even know if Muller is even involved in is the more you I've been hearing Muller has been a no show special counsel for about a year, and Weisman and his cronies have been running this show. That Muller is the name the rainmaker the face of all this. But in terms of actually getting up and going to work everyday. I mean Muller's been found to have been going to the apple store getting tips on how to run his MAC book air, you see that picture sometime. Yeah. Muller was at the apple store genius bar trying to figure out how to delete something on his computer. Well, I don't know if it was delete something, but he was in there getting lessons on how to operate a MAC. What's he doing operating a MAC, why is secretary operating amac or maybe he's a tech wizard? Like, I am. But the news is that Muller has. And I have this. I played in a charity golf tournament on Monday. The Ernie Els for autism tournament. And there were lots of people there, including many names, you would know and one of the names told me that. Yeah. Muller has been really not involved in this that from our standpoint for a year, it's Weisman and the rest of these people plus many of those prosecutors in Muller's team have already quit got back to private practice or spending time trying to get their kids into elite universities. So it's a kind of a threadbare little staff remaining. Anyway, the conventional wisdom is that the Muller reports going to drop Thursday or Friday was waiting on the final Manafort sentence for that to happen. But even then it goes to the attorney general William bar, whether it's made public how it's made public. What happens to it? After that. Is is anybody's guess. So the David it drops just be ready. That's the only thing you're going to be seeing on news broadcasts, the only going to be seeing on cable TV whether any of its made public that day. Or not. Okay. I want to and while we wait for details on this Manafort thing, but basically have given you the the primary news about this. And that is this clears the way for the drop of the mullahs report. I want to circle back to this college scandal business. And handed it to ponder this. I have had a day to inform myself on it. And it is. I tell you it is it is just astounding to me. Now, I want to remind everybody. This isn't new parents trying to get their kids into elite universities. Nothing new. Normally the way you do it is you make a two and a half million dollar donation and in the university establishes, you know, the I'm a very important liberal wing of the law school or some such thing. And that's how they get the kid in there. And I don't know why these Hollywood people didn't just do that except that might have cost two and a half million dollars needs a bunch of tightwad. They were trying to get this done forty where from fifteen thousand five hundred thousand whereas if you started Dowling your own like, the Felicity Huffman, William H Macy wing, the sex education building at Harvard that might take two and a half million dollars that they don't wanna part with. So they might have been following the money trail and trying to spend as little as they is. They could here I want to focus on the why here. Here's I ran across a piece by Ben Shapiro at the Daily Mail now, we as a just so happens, not we I am interviewing Mr. Shapiro right up to the program today for the next issue. Of the Limbaugh letter. Shapiro's piece famous actresses paid bundles of money to bribe their kids way into college here is why. Well, Shapiro went to Harvard. You got into Harvard law and the story he tells in this piece is incredible. And it it confirms much of what I have shared with you in terms of the purpose of the Ivy league. The Ivy league is the feeder network. For government people. It's the feeder network for people who end up in the Washington bureaucracy, the deep state the administrative state the Ivy league any league universe. Not just the ivy's. Stanford's a part of this USC's a part of this. But these elite universities are the feeder networks the training grounds. If you will the. Educational camps for training and producing people to fill spots in the administrative state. Now, the administrative state comprises, not just bureaucrats the administrative state is made up of media people. The administrative state is made up of lobbyists the administrative state. The deep state is made up of. Lawyers. It's not just bureaucrats who are making a g fourteen g thirteen salary. It's it's a tremendous number of people who make up the administrative state. The administrative state FOX is essentially what's gone wrong with our country. The administrative state is what is robbing the United States of its democratic ideals of its democratic founding the administrative state, some people call it the bureaucracy. What do they do? They issue regulations. They're not elected many cases. There are anonymous. Most Americans have no idea who they are. They work any number of places from cabinet level departments like the FDA or the Environmental Protection Agency. And they simply issue regulations which have the force of law. And they do this anonymously. A do it blindly. Congress has ceded so much. Of its own power to the administrative state. And this is what Donald Trump threatens Donald Trump threatens the existence of the administrative state, the deep state, what have you, and that's why he represents such a threat. These people the administrative state for decades and decades has succeeded in literally stealing power from the other branches of government. And in many cases, those existing branches of let it happen. Congress has advocated so much of its power some to the executive branch some to the administrative state. And when any edict or regulation or series of regulations comes out of the administrative state, as you know, it has the force of law, even though it has not gone through the lawmaking process. It has not been debated by the elected representatives of the people. And therefore there is nothing democratic about it. It is purely autocratic. It is populated largely by career liberals leftists. Socialists. And it is there that they implement their agenda on this country often anonymously. Nobody knows who everybody in the deep state is. And they do it with no oversight. They do it with. No sunlight, there is no open debate on legislation such as there is in congress. It doesn't have to go to a second body for confirmation. A debate. The president never sees these regulations much less signs them. But they have the full fledged force applaud it's just ended up this way, it has been a conscious effort to centralize and focus power in the administrative state or to call it in Washington away from the people who are elected. And this is why if you are of a mind that that your government, no longer represents you or that you don't have a say in how your government operates or if you get the feeling that. This giant disconnect you participate in every campaign, you go out you vote for your elected Representative or Senator you vote for the president. And it doesn't seem to matter..

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Details. Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Our friends at Zanny optical offer, a huge variety of high quality stylish frames and state of the art optics starting at just six ninety five. You can get multiple frames with this great pricing for less than one pair. Elsewhere start building your eyewear wardrobe from the comfort of your own home at Zanny dot com. With the latest trends in eyewear available in hundreds of frame styles and materials there isn't a better way to change it up for every season. Plus is any offers prescription sunglasses at incredible prices. Visit Xeni today. Eggs, any dot com slash CNN. That's Z E N N. I dot com slash CNN. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort got a lighter than expected sentence after his first rile. But now he faces sentencing from different federal judge in a different case. Let's bring in our political correspondent Sara Murray. Tomorrow, Sarah allies will be on this. Judge Amy Berman Jackson or a decision will be released tomorrow. What are we doing? Well, that's right. And you know, in this case, Paul Manafort did not go to trial. He decided he was going to plead guilty and cooperate at didn't work out, particularly well because prosecutors said, hey, you're lying to us. And you're supposed to be cooperating. He faces a maximum of ten years. That's how long the judge could put him behind bars. And where we saw judge TSL's was a little bit more lenient that certainly might not be the case when he is before this judge in DC, judging Burma Jackson has a lot more reasons to be unhappy with Paul Manafort, he lied when he was supposed to be cooperating with investigators. He was found to be tampering with witnesses, which is why she threw him behind bars in the first place, and she also has a lot more insight into this case, she's been able to view a lot of intelligence that's still under seal to the general public. So she knows a lot about what kinds of activities he was up to during the campaign his interactions with his associate Constantine Kalinic. And that could all come into play when she decides to move forward with the sentencing. So it's possible. She could be a lot harsher us. Really harsh throws the book at him. She gives them ten years and to begin that ten year sentence after he finishes. The first nearly four years of this absolutely judged that he was going to leave that up to judge Amy Berman Jackson weather. She wanted to set these terms to run consecutively. So that's fully within her power concurrently could wind up maybe fourteen years in jail. What about talk of a part? Well, I don't think that anyone can rule it out at this point. You know, we saw the White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, go out there and say, you know, the president will make a decision about that. When he's ready, but we know that really from the beginning, Donald Trump was never a huge fan of home Manafort when they were working together on the campaign. But as soon as Manafort was facing charges, President Trump would say to people that he felt bad because he felt like Manafort was just being prosecuted because he worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign. And these are all things that could come into play. We'll just have to wait and see tomorrow, you'll be the courtroom. Yup. Thank you very much. Sir Murray reporting coming up former vice president Joe Biden gives the clearest signal yet that he's ready to jump into the twenty twenty race. Would he be an instant front runner? Remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. Popular Democrats are edging closer to entering the twenty twenty presidential race. Former vice president Joe Biden looks like he's ready could become an instant front runner while Beto alert could also be a very popular candidate. Let's go to our senior Washington. Correspondent Jeff Zony? Jeff. What's the latest wolf? It's a longer question if they're running. But when they're getting in now, Joe Biden said today, he'll be revealing his decision pretty soon with aids. I in April announcement the belt a work that former Texas congressman he's going even sooner he's planning a weekend trip to Iowa by that time is expected to be in the race. Joe Biden answering those three words today with a slight smile not saying yes, but showing no signs of backing away from third bid for the presidency. He's making plans to jump into the twenty twenty Ray soon eyeing a formal announcement in April. I appreciate the energy showed when I got up here. Save a little longer. I may need in the few weeks. Speaking to the international association of firefighters who made their views clear Biden offer to hint at his strategy. Take on President Trump directly rather than the Democrats. He'll I be competing against everybody gets a shot. That's what the next president states these understand. And that's what I don't think. This current president understands at all the former vice president following his wife Jill onstage, she's given her blessing to another presidential run. So I'm grateful to be here today to say, thank you Abidin campaign in waiting is about to come to life testing, whether Democrats will favor experience over new blood. One of Biden's, I will be Iowa where sixty four percent of likely democratic caucus goers say he should run. According to the latest, CNN Moines. Register Isla poll with thirty one percent saying his time has passed while much of the energy of the Democratic Party is on the left a full seventy percent say Biden's political use are about right by April Biden set to have even more competition as better reward is on the cusp of also jumping into the race. As learn the former Texas congressman is poised to push the button on a presidential announcement in the coming days in the words of one person familiar with the plan, he launched more than three hundred ads on Facebook this week after not running a single one since losing his Senate race to Ted Cruz November what's up I that's a rock here in L Paso, also heading to on Saturday campaigning in a state Senate race and likely for himself. Meanwhile, South bend, mayor Buddha. Judge is trying to seize no mention. From CNN townhall on Sunday. Aides say he raised more than six hundred thousand dollars from twenty two thousand donors in the first twenty four hours, a sign more and more people are getting to know his name, how do you pronounce your last name digit Buddha? Jets say that three times fast either way it comes up. So good. A judge is the youngest candidate in the campaign at thirty seven. He's been saying it's time for generational change. But wolf that is one of the central questions of this primary are Democrats looking to pass the torch or they looking for new blood here. So it's one of the things that will be examining for the next year. But both of them appear to be in. That Biden race will certainly be interesting political arena is heating up big time. Right. I will watch it closely. Jeff zeleny. Thank you. Coming up. Breaking news celebrity doing court for alleged college admissions scam. Why were the rich and famous resort to bribery and conspiracy to get kids into top schools? 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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"This is a big week for Donald Trump's campaign chair and for his deputy campaign chair and for his national security adviser and for his longtime political adviser they've all got a big week in court. So get your calendars out or get ready to write on your hand with the sharpie. However, you do it. But here's what's coming up this week. You'll recall last week we saw Paul Manafort the president's campaign chair sentenced in the eastern district of Virginia got forty seven months for Bank fraud and tax fraud this week Wednesday. He set to be sentenced in DC for two felonies. Both conspiracy counts the reason he's only facing two charges in DC is because he pled guilty to those two felony charges in September and exchange for having all his other charges dropped that kept it from having to go on trial a second time, but those guilty pleadings were also part of a cooperation agreement with prosecutors, which Manafort then promptly broke when he lied to them. So on Wednesday, the judge in that case, Amy Berman Jackson will sentence Paul Manafort. She can give him a MAC. Of ten years in prison. She'll also have the choice as to whether Manafort we'll have to serve whatever new sentence. He gets after his forty seven months or up from the Virginia case or could possibly the two sentences run concurrently. I mean, depending on how much time judge Amy Berman. Jackson gives Paul Manafort this week that consecutive versus concurrent thing could make a huge difference as to how much of the rest of Paul manafort's life is going to be spent not in prison. So that is going to happen on Wednesday that same day Trump national security advisor, Mike Flynn will have a status update in his case. And in the Flint case, this might be a big deal. You'll remember Mike Flynn was supposed to be sentenced back in December. But his sentencing hearing went totally off the rails, the sentencing hearing was basically aborted halfway through. When the judge started the sentencing process, and then basically signaled that it was going to go so so badly for Mike Flynn. That the judge would allow him to try to improve his circumstances by cooperating even more with the special counsel and in court that day. Mike Flynn initially seemed to not understand that the judge kept offering that over and over again, you sure you want me to sentence. You today, sir? You sure you you sure you don't want a little more time. Finally after the judge basically described his disgust and disdain for Flynn's offense. After the judge said in open court that Flynn undermined and sold out his country, finally Flynn and his lawyers appear to cotton onto what the judge was suggesting. And so Mike Flynn finally took the judge up on his offer not to be sentenced that day to go spend a little more time with prosecutors and see if you can help them a little bit more. So after that bizarre day in court in December Flynn went back to cooperating some more which means Wednesday is going to be the first time. He's back in court since that disaster of a sentencing hearing in December Flynn is obviously hoping to. End this thing and get to sentencing again, right away. But we'll see what prosecutors have to say. We'll see what the judge has to say. Innocence. The judge literally raised the prospect of Flint being prosecuted for treason. The last time he saw him back in December. I think when it comes to Wednesday. Most of the attention is going to be on Manafort and the expectations for his second sentencing. But the Flint news that day could be really big as well. Then the next day longtime Trump political adviser Roger stone will be back in court. He's likely to be there in person that could also be dramatic day in part because of all of the legal wrangling that's been happening between the two signs and stones case over whether Roger stone has again violated the gag order that that judge has put on him in this case. Roger stone's status report outlining his compliance with the guy Gordon was due today. We actually got the filing from his lawyers moments ago filing exhibit, a com posit exhibit B X. We just got this stuff in basically, the upshot is that stones lawyers are claiming he didn't mean to violate the gag order..

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mostly cloudy going up to forty six minutes. Today wins news time four forty eight's. Mayor de Blasio headed back out on the road with the White House on his mind, he is headed back to Iowa. And it's not for the weather mayor de Blasios continuing to test the presidential waters, but not quite ready to commit when I have something to say on that topic. I will as I've told you. I haven't ruled it out of the idea drew sharp comments from the public advocate candidates at Wednesday night's debate assemblyman, Ron Kim going so far as to call de Blasio delusional. But edit unrelated news conference, the mayor says the people who count support him every day. I have New Yorkers come up and talk about different things administrations doing that they like and plenty of people who urged me on for the future and in recent weeks, the mayor is would making the rounds on national television. Al Jones ten ten wins. News wins news time, four forty nine in court Thursday, President Trump's longtime friend Roger stone apologizing for posting an unflattering picture of federal judge Amy Berman Jackson. Instagram. Now, he's been ordered to stop talking about the special counsels case against him more from correspondent Pierre Thomas. Judge Jackson clearly frustrated and concerned after stone posted a picture of her online in the corner. What looks like the crosshairs of a gun stone repeatedly apologized calling it a stupid lapse of judgement. He said he never really looked at the image before posting it at one point saying he thought it was a Celtic symbol special counsel, Robert Muller. Indicted stone on five counts of lying to congress as well as witness tampering and obstruction of Justice. Former Trump fixer Michael Cohen has rescheduled his testimony before congress, President Trump's former personal attorney will testify before the house oversight and reform committee next Wednesday, the open testimony will come one day before he testifies before the house intelligence committee in a closed session. Cohen was scheduled to testify before the oversight committee earlier this month, but he postponed that testimony signing threats to his family from the president and Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Cowan pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations. And lying to congress. He begins a three year prison term in may correspondent, Linda Kenyon. President Trump could miss out on being on twenty twenty valid in the great state of New Jersey. If he doesn't disclose his tax returns yesterday. The democratic could lead state Senate passed legislation inspired by the Republicans refusal to disclose his tax numbers. The measure requires presidential and vice presidential candidates to release five years of federal returns in order to be allowed on the state's ballot. For nearly four decades. Presidential candidates released their taxes going back to just after Richard Nixon's departure from the White House. President Trump broke with tradition in two thousand ten two thousand sixteen Democrats have used the issue to raise questions about what might be in those documents Santa Bill now goes onto the assembly also controlled by Democrats and could be signed by democratic governor. Phil Murphy Republican Governor Chris Christie had a chance to sign the legislation. Instead, he vetoed it in two thousand seventeen wins. News time four fifty. One..

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Tuesday stone, pleaded not guilty to charges. He lied to congress and obstructed the houses investigation into Russian election meddling. I did not coordinate anything with the Trump campaign or with WikiLeaks in terms of their disclosures. I had a tip which turned out to be a very good one about the significance and the October timing of the WikiLeaks disclosures, but stones denials that he gave it a Thursday press conference did not relate to the special counsel seven counts against him at the White House Jon decker. Fox News excitement is building the Super Bowl fifty three just days away. Both teams the patriots. And the Rams held light Pratt. It's Thursday, which also marked the players and coaches final responsibilities with the media until after Sunday's game Rams cornerback Nicole Roby. Coleman isn't looking back or saying he sorry for committing. What should have been a pass 'interference? Call in the NFC championship that likely would have kept his team from winning and making it here only have no regrets, and we moved on. And we immediately locked in on the Super Bowl after the New Orleans game Super Bowl fifty three kicks off Sunday six thirty eastern here in Atlanta. Jared max, Fox News, and the s&p futures are mostly flat this morning slightly higher that after the S and P five hundred yesterday posted its best January and more than thirty years. Rising. Nearly eight percent for the month for the day, the S and P five hundred rose twenty three points. The Dow fell fifteen and this morning. We'll get the latest measure of economic growth has the government releases. The January.

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Tuesday stone, pleaded not guilty to charges. He lied to congress and obstructed the houses investigation into Russian election meddling. I did not coordinate anything with the Trump campaign or with WikiLeaks in terms of their disclosures. I had a tip which turned out to be very good one about the significance and the October timing of the WikiLeaks disclosures. But stones denials that he gave it a Thursday press conference did not relate to the special counsel seven counts against him. Him at the White House Jon decker. Fox News excitement is building the Super Bowl fifty three just days away. Both teams the patriots and the Rams held light practices Thursday, which also marked the players and coaches final responsibilities with the media until after Sunday's game Rams cornerback Nicole Roby. Coleman isn't looking back or saying he sorry for committing. What should have been a pass interference call in the NFC championship that likely would have kept his team from winning and making it here only have no regrets, and we moved on. And we immediately locked in on a Super Bowl. I'll after to New Orleans game Super Bowl fifty three kicks off Sunday six thirty eastern here in Atlanta. Jared max, Fox News, and the s&p futures are mostly flat this morning slightly higher that after the S and P five hundred yesterday posted its best January and more than thirty years. Rising. Nearly eight percent for the month for the day, the S and P five hundred rose twenty three points. The Dow fell fifteen. And this morning. We'll get the latest measure of economic growth has the government releases. The January jobs report.

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"amy berman jackson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"amy berman jackson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The former campaign pain chairman for president donald trump has been locked up he will await is trial now in jail two weeks after robert muller's prosecutors dropped new accusations of witness tampering on him federal judge amy berman jackson revoked his bail which allowed him out on house arrest and all the auto marks the end of two months of attempts from manifested to try to lighten up his house arrest berman the judge berman jackson said quote the harm in this case is off to the administration of justice and harm to the integrity of the court system broke his bailed and put him in jail of course speculation is now are they going to put maximum pressure on him to cooperate against the president if in fact he has something to cooperate with but either way he's in jail they said he was using italian cell phone trying to reach witnesses different apps trying to reach witnesses witness tampering he's been incarcerated same time they're still fall out lot of fallout on the inspector generals report on the komi investigation of mrs clinton's use of a private of a of a private emails and the president saying that because of one fbi agent had a.

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