Roger Stone, a longtime ally to President Donald Trump, was charged Friday with obstruction, false statements and witness tampering amid the special counsel’s Russia investigation.

While that might be bad enough, what’s particularly riling the participants in the court of public opinion is Stone’s vow, according to the indictment, to abscond with Bianca, the therapy dog owned by talk radio host Randy Credico, whom Stone allegedly pressured to support testimony Stone gave to Congress.

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