Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Thursday, June 25, 2020

COURT ORDERS THAT ROGER STONE, SEEKING A DELAY TO SURRENDER, DISCLOSE INFORMATION


Roger Stone's infamous Richard Milhous Nixon tatoo
As we have previously reported, ROGER STONE, was convicted and sentenced to 40 months in Federal Prison on a number of charges, in a case where improper influence regarding sentencing has been alleged. Stone is seeking to delay his June 30, 2020 Self Surrender date, claimng that the combination of BOP failure to protect him from the Coronavirus, and his purported failing health makes him a candidate for a fatal outcome, should he be incarcerated.

The Court has responded, seeking evidence from Stone:

"MINUTE ORDER as to ROGER J. STONE, JR.. It is ORDERED that the defendant shall inform the court whether his date to report to the Bureau of Prisons has been previously extended by BOP and if so, when and for how long, ans whether he made a request to BOP for an extension to June30, and if so, what the response was and what reasons, if any, were provided to BOP.

It is FURTHER ORDERED that defendant shall provide any correspondence with BOP memorializing those requests and decisions. Any records containing personal medical information may be filed under seal. Defendant's submission is due by 12:00 noon on June 26, 2020.

SO ORDERED. signed ny Judge Amy Berman Jackson on 6/25/20." 

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