Top Roger Stone prosecutor says resignation was the ‘most painful’ experience of his career

Katelyn Polantz and David Shortell of CNN –

A top prosecutor in the Roger Stone criminal case told CNN that his protest resignation from the Justice Department was “the most painful professional experience” of his career.

The comments from Jonathan Kravis, who made an exit from the case just before Stone’s sentencing, provide a rare glimpse into the high-profile departure that prompted a weeks-long backlash toward Attorney General William Barr’s leadership at the Department of Justice and President Donald Trump‘s perceived political influence in criminal convictions against his friends and associates. Kravis and the other federal prosecutors who quit the Stone case have not spoken publicly about their departures.


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