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Judge Bars Roger Stone From Speaking About Criminal Case

WorldNews Thursday, 21 February 2019
Judge Bars Roger Stone From Speaking About Criminal CaseA federal judge threatened longtime Republican operative and Trump confidant Roger Stone with jail and ordered him to not speak publicly about the investigation or case against him Thursday in the wake of an Instagram post appearing to show the judge’s photo near crosshairs, The Washington Post reported. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled from her Washington bench it would be “foolhardy” to wait for Stone to transgress again saying “I’m not giving you another chance. I have serious doubts whether you’ve learned any lesson at all,” the report said. If Stone, 66, violates the order in any way, she would order him to jail, Jackson said. Jackson firmly rejected Stone’s claim the image was not meant...
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US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered Roger Stone not to discuss his criminal case with anyone.

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