Political insider Roger Stone pleaded ‘not guilty’ in a federal court Tuesday morning; refuting charges from the special counsel’s office he made false statements to Congress during his ongoing Russia-Collusion probe.
“Stone appeared in federal court for the District of Columbia before Magistrate Judge Deborah Robinson. He entered a not guilty plea through his attorney Robert Buschel. A status hearing was scheduled for Feb. 1,” reports Fox News.
The 66-year-old advisor was abruptly taken into custody by the FBI Friday hours after being indicted by a federal grand jury.
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