The federal judge in Roger Stone's case has ordered him to appear in court this week following a critical post about her that was shared on his Instagram account. In a comment underneath it, Stone attacked what he called an "upcoming show trial" before an "Obama appointed judge", and solicited donations for his legal defense fund. Jackson's order, which calls for a new hearing in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, threatens to add Stone to a gag order she issued last week in the case. But the order did not constrain Stone from making other public comments about the prosecution or his case.
If Roger Stone was trying to get Judge Amy Berman Jackson's attention, it worked.
The original post also contained a crosshair next to the judge's head, though Stone would later write that it wasn't meant to "somehow threaten the Judge or disrespect court".
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He said the photo was "misinterpreted" and that it was "a random photo taken from the Internet".
Stone downplayed his indictment, telling CNN's Chris Cuomo it was a "process crime" and said it does not show collusion between Wikileaks or the Russian government. In that post, which also sought donations, Stone said Mueller's tactics were "straight out of the gestapo's playbook".
It wasn't very long ago that Judge Jackson issued a broad gag order and revoked conditions of release in Trump campaign member's case.
President Trump told reporters earlier this month he hasn't thought about a pardon for Stone.
In a post accompanying the picture, which was shared online in screenshots by a number of media organizations, Stone alleged the charges against him were part of a "deep state" plot.