The question was filed in a court-martial on Tuesday to hear what materials Stone may examine while his lawyers prepare for his November trial. Stone did not plead guilty this year to lied to a Congressional committee that had been involved in interfering with the Russian election.
"As far as the special attorney's report relating to this case has revised material, it is not subject to discovery by the defendant," Prosecutor Jonathan Kravis said.
Stones attorneys want parts of the federal prosecutor to review Stone's report, as well as other internal documents from the Special Representative's office, such as memos from FBI agents questioning witnesses who may have been called against Stone.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who oversees the case, said she could privately review parts of Stone's report to determine if Stone needed the information for his defense. The prosecution said they were "certainly ready" to achieve this.
Portions of the report describe Stone's efforts to contact Wikileaks during the 201
But essentially, all of these sections of the report are blackened because they could "harm" a running matter, which is probably Stone's case, which is still at an early stage.
"The mere fact of publishing the revised version of the Special Adviser's report does not in itself lead to any further discovery of the report," Kravis said.
Stone, a longtime friend and supporter of the president, was charged in January for lying to Congress, witnessing manipulation and disability in the House Intelligence Committee's investigations into Russian interference. He has classified himself as not guilty and publicly condemned the now completed investigation of Müller as a trick to undermine Trump.
The trial is scheduled to begin in November. So far, the early stages in this case have focused on the strict gag order and the large amount of evidence that needs reviewing.
A self-described "Dirty Trickster", allegedly, during his tenure, Stone lied to the Congress in 2016 campaigning for WikiLeaks, which released thousands of malicious e-mails from Trump's adversaries. The prosecutors also said Stone coordinated this contact with high-ranking Trump election officials, even though he said before the congress that he had acted alone.
The case was brought up by Mueller's team, but Washington handed over to the prosecutor of the US Attorney's office in Washington after Mueller had completed his investigation in March. In the comprehensive report by Mueller, the Special Representative said his investigation did not establish a criminal plot between the Trump team and the Russian government to coordinate the 2016 elections.
Two prosecutors working in Müller's team – Adam Jed and Aaron Zelinsky – were in court on Tuesday for the hearing. For the first time in this case, they were referred to as "the US Attorney's Office," not the Special Representative.
Sam Fossum of CNN contributed to this report.