A federal prosecutor who urged the jury to convict four men accused in Governor Whitmer’s alleged kidnapping plot dropped out of the case on Tuesday.
U.S. Attorney Jonathan Roth withdrew on Tuesday from the alleged kidnapping case of the tyrannical Michigan Governor Whitmer, according to court documents.
Roth was the co-lead prosecutor in the kidnapping case along with Nils Kessler.
This comes after a Michigan jury found NO guilt verdicts in the trial against four of the alleged kidnapping defendants two weeks ago. The case continues to fall apart now that the American public know the FBI actually hatched the plot. paid for the plot, ran the plot, and set up the innocent men in their immoral scheme.
Click on Detroit reported:
A federal prosecutor withdrew Tuesday from the case of a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, days after two men were acquitted and the jury couldn’t reach a unanimous verdict for two more.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Roth notified the judge in a brief court filing. He’s not required to give a reason.
“We don’t have any comment on our staffing of cases in this office,” said Breane Warner, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Grand Rapids.
Roth was one of two prosecutors at the high-profile trial of Adam Fox, Barry Croft Jr., Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta. He gave the opening statement, saying the men wanted to kidnap Whitmer and create a “war zone here in Michigan,” and aggressively cross-examined Harris, the only defendant to testify.
Harris and Caserta were acquitted on April 8, while the jury deadlocked on Fox and Croft. The government signaled that a second trial for Fox and Croft was likely, though no formal notice has been filed.
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