What The Roger Stone Indictment Does (And Doesn’t) Tell Us

By Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux of FiveThirtyEight –

The details do make for a much more colorful read than your typical court document.  But on its face, the Stone indictment doesn’t include much information that wasn’t already in the public eye.

The real unknown is how Stone’s alleged misconduct fits into the broader picture that Mueller has been painting through court documents for over a year.

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