The Able USDC Judge Has Questions — About Trump’s Stone Commutation Paperwork… Hilarious.

Gee — who might have imagined that Trump’s legal team would be slip-shod, in its paperwork, related to the purported (and undeniably corrupt) Stone commutation?

Yeah. Only. . . essentially everyone paying the slightest bit of attention — here’s the order, just entered in DC by the able USDC Judge Amy Berman Jackson:


In response to questions raised by the U.S. Probation Office, the parties are ORDERED to provide the Court by July 14, 2020 with a copy of the Executive Order commuting the defendant’s sentence and to address the question of the scope of the commutation, in particular, whether it involves the sentence of incarceration alone or also the period of supervised release.

Signed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson on 7/13/20. . . .

No matter what the executive order looks like, it won’t likely be any real grounds for invalidating it — but it is clear nobody on this particularly odious ship of fools thinks through. . . much of anything. Onward.


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