Roger Stone was greeted with jeers and heckling as he entered a federal courtroom in Washington D.C. Thursday morning for sentencing after being found guilty of seven counts including witness tampering and lying to Congress.
The notorious and ostensibly self-described dirty trickster — and once President Richard Nixon ally turned President Donald Trump 2016 campaign sideman — could face anywhere from seven to nine years in prison.
Stone arrived in the company of several Proud Boys.
NEW: Roger Stone arrives at a DC courthouse for expected sentencing on his conviction for witness tampering and lying to Congress. A few onlookers yelled “Traitor!” at him as entered the building. https://t.co/AVTtUPvjgI pic.twitter.com/Ywwg5VvLoR
— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) February 20, 2020