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Just in: Here's the newly unsealed opinion from the judge in Roger Stone's case denying his motion to suppress evidence assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6428…
The judge rejected Stone's arg that the search warrants were unlawful because they relied on what he contends was the intelligence community's bad assessment of the DNC hack — the issue wasn't whether the IC was wrong, she wrote, but about good faith by those seeking the warrants
US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson: "Defendant has not offered any grounds to find that it would be reckless for an FBI agent to recite a finding of the U.S. intelligence community..."
This was an expected outcome — arguments on Stone's motion to suppress evidence did not go well for his attorney earlier this summer
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