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WARNING - “Be prepared to report future abuses.” That’s what a letter signed by more than 2,000 former DOJ lawyers tells prosecutors nationwide to expect following the DOJ leadership’s move to overrule the recommendation by federal prosecutor Jonathan Kravis and his three colleagues that sought seven to nine years in prison for former Trump ally Roger Stone, convicted of witness tampering and lying to Congress. Kravis last week resigned from his post as an assistant U.S. attorney, and three colleagues withdrew from the Stone case. As C. Ryan Barber reports, Kravis’ resignation was, for current and former colleagues, a somber end to an impressive prosecutorial career.

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