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The Trial of Roger Stone

Narrated by: Milo Yiannopoulos
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The Mueller Report was a catastrophe for the malevolent forces desperate to impeach President Donald Trump. It failed to prove any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Since then, many of the President's former advisors and associates have been subjected to vindictive, political prosecutions for a variety of trivial, unrelated offenses. Roger Stone is one of them.

In this moving, eyewitness account of Stone's trial and his decades-long career of political chicanery, author and Stone intimate Milo Yiannopoulos introduces America to the man behind the myth - and explains how the biggest stitch-up in modern judicial history unfolded. He offers a plea to President Trump to step in and do the right thing, and finally, he explains how we can prevent such grotesque injustices from happening ever again.

Milo Yiannopoulos is a New York Times best-selling author, an award-winning investigative reporter, a globally-recognized free speech icon and by common consent the most censored, most lied-about man in the world, banned from stepping foot on entire continents for his unapologetic commitment to free expression. His first book, Dangerous, sold over 200,000 copies, despite never being reviewed in any major publication.

©2020 Milo Yiannopoulos (P)2020 Milo Yiannopoulos

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  • Josh Harrison
  • 15-07-2020

Great Book!

This book was highly informative and very pleasant to listen to Milo reading it. made my day at work go by fast. This is his 3rd book and all have been excellent and everybody should get all 3

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-08-2020

The Greatest Non Crime Book Ever Written!!

A stunning insight into the Roger Stone case. It clearly outlines problems with the US justice system and the need for reform.

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  • Terry Masters
  • 21-07-2020

Fun Story of a Political Show Trial

This book is an informative, easy listening first-hand account of the Stone trial that includes plenty of information not previously covered. The Judge, jury and prosecutors' commitments to ensuring fairness and preservation of rights are detailed here in depth. Readers won't lose a wink of sleep over this saga, so long as they refrain from the thought exercise of placing themselves in Stone's shoes. The author does an excellent job of reading his own work, and it is undoubtedly pure, commendable coincidence that audible waited until Stone's commutation to release the title. Highly recommend to anyone curious about truth, justice and the American way.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-07-2020

The author is a great reader/actor.

Our criminal justice system is stacked! I hope Mr. Stone really gets justice. It was an eye opener to exactly what Obama and Hillary did.

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  • Deacon Blues
  • 30-08-2020

Every American should read this book

We are seeing the country we love destroyed by leftist trash and thugs like the FBI's Mueller. It is long overdue for patriots to wake up and stop the perversion of justice by leftist.

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  • Anonymous
  • 15-07-2020

Judicial System Corruption

A thorough review of the Roger Stone trial from corrupt judge Amy Berman to the rigged jury which was composed of Democrat operatives and those related to them, all of them fitting rabid liberal demographics. One juror was making hateful posts during the trial; of course that’s no problem for the judge who allows prosecutors to make claims without evidence such as vague statements from Crowdsource that prove nothing and weren’t based on forensic investigation. Of course, the judge issues an gag order for Stone while the jury’s self-reported favorite news outlets continue their propaganda. The corrupt deep state is present in the federal judiciary.

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  • Chris Ott
  • 13-07-2020

This book is important.

Very well written. Sadly, it's a true story. Milo tells it eloquently as usual. A sign of things to come if not combated now.

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  • Parknar
  • 12-07-2020

Masterful Literary Nonfiction

Milo Yiannopolis's "The Trial of Roger Stone" is the best work of literary nonfiction this year, offering a view into a sordid political hit job masquerading as an impartial trial. The work exposes the theatrical endeavor of prosecutorial corruption, showcasing the unlawful bias of judge and jury, and where the former ultimately engineers operational interference against the defense, and attempts in the process an assassination of a good man's character, who's moral fortitude weathers the storm of a vengeful swamp, though it tragically costs him financial ruin. Yiannopolis's prose is colorful and rich, and provides accurate portrayal of the political, as well as physical, and stylistic ugliness of the publicly funded witch hunt, and offers a front row perspective into how $32M taxpayer dollars can be wasted through a failed effort of vengeance. It is the author's best work yet.