Roger Stone served a big, big stack of papers from Capitol riot lawsuit during radio interview – The Washington Post
Seven U.S. Capitol Police officers filed a lawsuit last month against Trump and more than a dozen alleged participants, including Stone, saying they were responsible for the officers being “violently assaulted, spat on, tear-gassed, bear-sprayed, subjected to racial slurs and epithets, and put in fear for their lives.” The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, claims Trump incited a mob of his supporters through false claims that the presidential election was rigged to storm the Capitol in an effort to stop Congress from confirming Biden’s victory.
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