Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP
President Donald Trump's former campaign advisor, Roger Stone, leaves federal court in Washington on Friday, February 1, 2019.
A federal judge has called long-time Republican Roger Stone on Thursday to explain why he explains this in court. His bond for criminal dismissal should not be modified or even revoked since his Instagram post recently added the judge next to the crosshairs Riflescope showed.
But on Monday, Stone's Instagram account posted a photo of Jackson with a target crosshair over her head. A title in the photo said he would get a "show trial" from Jackson, which he also called "an Obama appointed judge dismissing the charges against Benghazi (sic) Hillary Clinton."
Stone was obviously angry His case had been specifically directed to Jackson instead of a randomly selected judge.
"Please tell the court that the photo and comment were inappropriate today and should not be published," Stone said Monday. "I did not intend to disrespect the court and apologize to the court for this transgression."
Stone, charged in January for manipulating witnesses, obstructing justice, and making false statements to Congress, apologized in a Jackson lawsuit on Monday night.
Mueller accused Stone of lied to Congress that he allegedly attempted to hijack the WikiLeaks group for leaving document dumping material from Russian agents of Democrats, including Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, during the 2016 presidential campaign to have]