Friday's criminal case for Roger Stone demanded Know why the court was not alerted to the "imminent general release" of a book that might include the discussion of the longtime Trump advisor, possibly violating a gag command.
The judge of the US District Court, Amy Berman Jackson, became broader An initial gag order against Stone on February 21, after Stone's Instagram post contained a picture of the judge with a crosshair visible to the right.  Story Continue Below
Under Jackson's command, Stone can not conduct any public communication of any charges brought by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller in connection with the ongoing investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 elections.
January was charged with lying to the Congress for his communication with Wikileaks during the 2016 elections and witnessing manipulations. He was arrested the next morning at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, early in the morning and did not plead guilty.
Jackson briefed Stones lawyers until Monday to explain why, until this week, they had not told her about the upcoming release, which she said was "known to the defendant."
In a post on Stones Instagram account from February 2008. 18, the conservative activist and self-described Dirty Trickster kept a picture of his book entitled "The Myth of Russian Collusion: The Insider Story, How Donald Trump REALLY WON "which he said he would be in stores on March 1st.
It was not immediately clear if this was the book the judge was referring to. However, the promotional text for the book in the Instagram post describes it as an updated version of Stone's book about the Trump campaign, which was published in 2017.