Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Judge Napolitano: Lead Juror Tomeka Hart in Roger Stone Case Could be Jailed, Conviction Could be Overturned (VIDEO)

Judge Napolitano came back down to earth for a few hours this week to weigh in on the Roger Stone case.
Napolitano told Tucker Carlson this week that the lead juror in the Roger Stone case could be jailed for lying to the court. Napolitano went on to say the entire case in crooked Judge Amy Berman Jackson’s court could be tossed out due to the open bias of the jurors.
On Monday The Gateway Pundit posted an update on lead juror Tomeka Hart.

Juror Tomeka Hart, on the Roger Stone case, is a radical Democrat with a long list of Democrat connections.  She now may be the reason that Roger Stone’s attorneys may be calling for a new trial.
Tomeka posted several attacks on President Trump, including conspiracy theories about Trump and Russia.

Mike Cernovich tweeted many conflicts juror Hart had in the Stone case:
Juror Hart with former Democrat Chair, Donna Brazile:
Yaacov Apelbaum has some additional information on juror Hart today.  Hart currently works for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation:
She ran for office before and in  January 2019, when she retweeted a nasty tweet about Roger Stone:


She also was all-in on the Russia collusion hoax:
She also has numerous social media posts that are anti-President Trump:

Hart should never have been involved in the Roger Stone case, along with Judge Amy Berman Jackson.  There was no way Roger Stone was going to get a fair trial for the bogus crimes he was accused of committing.

Tomeka Hart testified during the jury selection that she had no biases against Roger Stone and that she ‘hardly paid attention’ to the Russia investigation, but she specifically attacked Stone on Twitter shortly after he was arrested.

Judge Napolitano says Tomeka Hart could be jailed!
Napolitano believes the judge in this trial needs to bring Hart back in, along with the prosecutors who recently attempted to resign in protest over perceived interference by the President, and interrogate her again.
If it is determined Hart lied about bias or prior knowledge of Stone in her initial interrogation, said Napolitano, “It would be catastrophic for her.”
“First of all, she is a lawyer,” he said. “So she would be prosecuted for perjury since the statements are given under oath.”
“And if convicted she would lose her license to practice law but that would be the least of her concerns,” Napolitano continued. “She probably would serve jail time if she lied in order to affect the outcome of a case.”
He also proposed that if it is determined that Hart falsely represented herself, the conviction would be vacated and a new trial ordered.



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