Roger Stone posts ominous photo of judge oveseeing his case

Roger Stone deletes photo of judge presiding over his case, says he didn’t mean to threaten her

Roger Stone Deletes Instagram Post Of His Judge With Small Crosshairs

Stone later posted a statement on his account saying the photo was not meant to threaten the judge or disrespect the court.

Law professors immediately argued that Stone's post could be viewed as an illegal threat against a judge, and that he could end up behind bars for it. Law&Crime also noted at the time that it could result in a more restrictive gag order in his case.

Despite Stone removing the post soon after, and even filing an apology with the court, Judge Jackson is now ordering Stone to answer to her in person.

Got a notification for another Roger Stone Instagram's the judge presiding over his case.

Stone told the New York Daily News that he "didn't notice the symbol in the corner", adding that it was "simply a photo of the judge off the internet". "Any inference that this was meant to somehow threaten the Judge or disrespect court is categorically false", Stone wrote in an Instagram post after taking down the second photograph.

"Through legal trickery Deep State hitman Robert Mueller has guaranteed that my upcoming show trial is before Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges against Hillary Clinton and incarcerated Paul Manafort prior to his conviction for any crime", Stone's post was captioned.

Stone was indicted in January by a grand jury on charges brought forward by Mueller, who alleges that Stone sought stolen emails from WikiLeaks that could have damaged Trump's opponents in the 2016 presidential election while in coordination with senior Trump campaign officials.

Former Trump aide Roger Stone talks about the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on his home and other details about his arrest on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'.

He was placed under a gag order last week to prevent him from speaking in and around the court house.

"If you look at that posting, he has a picture of the judge". Stone wrote in text message to a Washington Post reporter. She underlined the sentence for emphasis.

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