The government informed the federal judge on Monday Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneCohen puts a new emphasis on WikiLeaks Trump accuses the demon "bullfighting" singing "Lock her up" in the CPAC with increasing control, with Trump's joke in Russia, Clinton's emailsCriminal Case for D.C. Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpRand Paul: The Supreme Court is likely to beat Trump's emergency statement Pompeo refuses to say that Kim knew Warmbier's ill-treatment Trump points to Dems because of the failure of the North Korean summit MORE the associate shared a photo on his Instagram account over the weekend, suggesting that he was framed.
Amy Berman, Judge of Jackson District Court, with special notice Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: The United States should greatly appreciate Mueller's choice to lead Russia's probe and US lawyer Jessie Liu said Stone shared the picture on March 3 with the title "who framed Roger Stone."
The post posted by The Huffington Post looked like a photo of "Roger Rabbit", after which Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered not to speak publicly about her case or the investigation of Mueller Russia.
The gag-order of all the social media accounts in the rock, after putting up a threatening photo of Jackson, which seemed to have been a cross-trainer cross between his head in the past month.
On Friday it turned out that Stone will publish a new book.
In a late judgment, Jackson ordered Stone to explain why he had not informed the court that his new book was coming out and asked him to ask the court to seal his order to clarify the order.
In the edited version of the closed movement released on Monday, Stone's lawyers said the book "The Myth of the Russian Conflict" was a re-release of the book "President of the President 2016", which was originally published in 2017.
"No book has been created in the book after 21 February 2019 in Best Stone's knowledge, information and conviction," said lawyers.
On February 18, Stone gave a photo of Instagram about the new book and said it would be available on March 1 in stores. The jacket notes that the book is a reissue, but said it was now an "explosive new introduction".
In addition to the March 3, Instagram comment, Mueller and Liu told Jackson that the preview of Stone's book, including the updated introduction referred to in its motion, is currently publicly available on Amazon.com and Google Books.
Stone requested that the publication of this book should not be regarded as contrary to the court order of the court.