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Roger Stone Deletes Two Websites After Mueller Reports Him To Federal Court

Former Trump adviser, Roger Stone, has had major issues following Judge Amy Berman-Jackson’s gag order. The latest incident featured Stone complaining about being framed on his Instagram account.

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After that post, special counsel, Robert Mueller notified Berman-Jackson of the potential violation of the order. In what appears to be an attempt to control himself, Stone has deleted two websites he’s used to proclaim his innocence.

The first of these websites is, incidentally, www.whoframedrogerstone.com. This was the title of the potentially damaging Instagram post that Mueller alerted the court to. The post was taken down shortly after it was discovered by the public. Stone also deleted another website, www.stonezone.com.

While those two sites have been taken down, others still remain. One of those sites is www.stonedefensefund.com where Roger Stone requests donations to help combat his legal bills. At one time the site read:

“Despite a lack of evidence of Russian Collusion, Wikileaks collaboration or any other illegal activity in the 2016 election, long time Trump advisor [sic] Roger Stone has been targeted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller seeks to criminalize normal political activities by Roger Stone while ignoring the blatantly illegal activities of the Clinton campaign and the Obama NSA,DOJ and FBI.”

Following the gag order, the website had a stark change in content. That script has been replaced with, “Mrs. Stone and I want to thank so many of you for your thoughts and prayers. it is a very challenging and difficult time for us. I need your help to clear my name.”

Judge Amy Berman-Jackson has yet to respond to the latest potential violation of the gag order.



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