"Over the last few days, Stone has published social media statements about this case and investigating the special lawyer, and seems to have specifically targeted these posts in the big media," prosecutors said in court Thursday.
On or about June 18 and 19, 1919, the defendant published in Instagram and Facebook, commenting on this case and inviting news organizations to cover the issue, the prosecutor wrote. "This is a violation of these terms of release."
Stone was forbidden by Judge Amy Berman Jackson to make public statements about his case in February after posting in Instagram a photo of the referee with a crossed head behind his head. He apologized to Jackson but still warned him of serious consequences if he crossed the order of the court.
Violation of the warranty conditions that allow him to live at home in Florida may mean that Stone can wait for his court trial in November, depending on how Jackson responds to the prosecutors' request on Thursday.
Stone is not found guilty of seven allegations of a congressional lie, impediment to justice and forgery of witnesses in connection with his attempts to contact a federal grand jury
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Prosecutors wishing to be heard on this issue specifically noted how Stone had made posts this week in Instagram, which attacked Special Adviser Robert Muller and FBI Investigation of Russia's Intervention in the Presidential Election, and he noted the big media in these posts, trying to draw attention to them, they say.
"Newest posts to Stone are direct attempts to are turning to the big media to publish information that is not relevant to, but can hurt This case, "they write.
His posts this week focused mainly on the coverage of the news of his lawyers, including the argument they have made – and that prosecutors and several other authorities have dropped, relying on evidence from their investigation, that the Russians have hacked Democrats in 2016.
One of the online publications, Stone, from the American thinker website, said: "Since the Russian homosexual is abolished, we are studying some deeply disturbing lessons about the level of oversight of the highest levels of agencies charged with protecting us from external threats, one of which was exposed by the legal team that defends Roger Stone. "
Stone commented on the article and shared it by saying:" Funny, no @ nowhere or @washingtonpost coverage of this development. "
Prosecutors argue that such rhetoric may affect potential jurors in his case.
Newer actions taken by prosecutors suggest that Stone may still be linked to an investigation into the Ministry of Justice for additional crimes.
This story has been updated.