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Reply #630 posted 02/19/19 9:44am

Musicslave

poppys said:

Musicslave said:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-stone/former-trump-adviser-stone-ordered-to-appear-in-court-over-instagram-posts-idUSKCN1Q81XX

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Former Trump adviser Stone ordered to appear in court over Instagram posts

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Roger Stone, a former political adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, was ordered on Tuesday to appear in court this week over Instagram posts that chastised and appeared to threaten the judge presiding over his criminal trial.

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U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Stone would need to show cause at a hearing on Thursday as to why the posts did not violate a gag order in the case or the conditions of his release.

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Stone’s attorneys filed a formal apology with the court on Monday, after he posted a photograph on Instagram of Jackson alongside what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun.

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He later deleted the image and reposted it without the crosshairs before removing it again, according to other media outlets.

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Next to the close-up image of Jackson’s face, Stone said Jackson was an “Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges” against Hillary Clinton. He also accused Mueller of being a “Deep State hitman.”

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Stone later posted a statement on his account saying the photo was not intended to threaten the judge or disrespect the court.

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His posts came just days after Jackson issued a partial media gag order on Stone and his lawyers.

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Friday’s order prohibits them from speaking with the news media or making statements near the federal courthouse about the case, but it does not stop Stone from discussing the case when he is away from the courthouse.

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lol lol lol lol lol

falloff Yeah, Love that Deep State Hitman. Mueller needs a t-shirt.

roger-stone-nothing-wrong-4-768x400.jpg
He got arrested wearing this. cool

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Whenever he appears in court this week, I hope he loses his freedom while awaiting trial. To just scold him isn't enough. I'm sure the judge made things crystal clear to him what the conditions of his bond were.

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Like the judge said, he needs to show why the posts did not violate the gag order in the case or the conditons of his release. He won't be able to do that. He may try to ask for "mercy" from the court but hopefully she'll deny him that mercy and have is ass immediately put in jail to wait trial. People like him tend to abuse the system IF ALLOWED.

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Reply #631 posted 02/20/19 12:52am

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Musicslave said:

poppys said:

falloff Yeah, Love that Deep State Hitman. Mueller needs a t-shirt.


He got arrested wearing this. cool

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Whenever he appears in court this week, I hope he loses his freedom while awaiting trial. To just scold him isn't enough. I'm sure the judge made things crystal clear to him what the conditions of his bond were.

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Like the judge said, he needs to show why the posts did not violate the gag order in the case or the conditons of his release. He won't be able to do that. He may try to ask for "mercy" from the court but hopefully she'll deny him that mercy and have is ass immediately put in jail to wait trial. People like him tend to abuse the system IF ALLOWED.


And I think his trial is not scheduled to happen for another year or so...

i say lock him up till then - he violated the terms of his release on bond.

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Reply #632 posted 02/20/19 5:04am

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I love how all these assholes think they're entitled to judges that are only appointed by Republicans.

Is that how this works? I'll have to keep that in mind if I ever go to court. Unless my judge is a registered, left-leaning atheist Independent my trial will not be fair.

good to know

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Reply #633 posted 02/20/19 6:29am

poppys

DiminutiveRocker said:

Musicslave said:

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Whenever he appears in court this week, I hope he loses his freedom while awaiting trial. To just scold him isn't enough. I'm sure the judge made things crystal clear to him what the conditions of his bond were.

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Like the judge said, he needs to show why the posts did not violate the gag order in the case or the conditons of his release. He won't be able to do that. He may try to ask for "mercy" from the court but hopefully she'll deny him that mercy and have is ass immediately put in jail to wait trial. People like him tend to abuse the system IF ALLOWED.


And I think his trial is not scheduled to happen for another year or so...

i say lock him up till then - he violated the terms of his release on bond.


Yaassss, being such a dapper clothes horse, let's see how he looks in an orange jumpsuit.

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Reply #634 posted 02/20/19 6:33am

poppys

herb4 said:

I love how all these assholes think they're entitled to judges that are only appointed by Republicans.

Is that how this works? I'll have to keep that in mind if I ever go to court. Unless my judge is a registered, left-leaning atheist Independent my trial will not be fair.

good to know


Exactly. Mueller is a Republican. Just one of the rare ones actually doing his job like he's supposed to.

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Reply #635 posted 02/20/19 7:44am

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Musicslave said:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-stone/former-trump-adviser-stone-ordered-to-appear-in-court-over-instagram-posts-idUSKCN1Q81XX

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Former Trump adviser Stone ordered to appear in court over Instagram posts

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Roger Stone, a former political adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, was ordered on Tuesday to appear in court this week over Instagram posts that chastised and appeared to threaten the judge presiding over his criminal trial.

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U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Stone would need to show cause at a hearing on Thursday as to why the posts did not violate a gag order in the case or the conditions of his release.

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Stone’s attorneys filed a formal apology with the court on Monday, after he posted a photograph on Instagram of Jackson alongside what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun.

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He later deleted the image and reposted it without the crosshairs before removing it again, according to other media outlets.

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Next to the close-up image of Jackson’s face, Stone said Jackson was an “Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges” against Hillary Clinton. He also accused Mueller of being a “Deep State hitman.”

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Stone later posted a statement on his account saying the photo was not intended to threaten the judge or disrespect the court.

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His posts came just days after Jackson issued a partial media gag order on Stone and his lawyers.

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Friday’s order prohibits them from speaking with the news media or making statements near the federal courthouse about the case, but it does not stop Stone from discussing the case when he is away from the courthouse.

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lol lol lol lol lol




As I've said before - if all we get out of this is that Roger Stone has to spend the rest of his life in prison, it will have been worth it.

I hope we get a lot more than that but Stone in prison for the rest of his miserable life would be satisfying.

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Reply #636 posted 02/20/19 8:06am

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luv4u said:

Why Bob Mueller Is About Destroy the Entire Trump Family


https://www.politicususa....m=facebook


Whoa...

Most media reports leave out the long history of Trump’s Russia relations which go back decades. But knowing about this history is needed in order to understand all of the facts and allegations surrounding the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the 2016 elections. It also helps explain how Mueller will be able to soon take down not only Donald Trump but also several of his children.

Trump has been cultivating connections with the Russians for his money needs since the late 1980’s. And Russians have been cultivating him as an ally (and as an intelligence asset) for the same amount of time.


Been watching all the McCabe interviews... mainly cuz he has been on every show I usualy watch lol He states the same in his book.

The more I hear him interviewed the more I believe what he's been saying and what is said in his book about Trump and the WH. Although he has been accused of "lying leaker" over and over by Orange, what he is saying is so consistent with what several people have been saying about that circus 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

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Reply #637 posted 02/20/19 8:08am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-stone/former-trump-adviser-stone-ordered-to-appear-in-court-over-instagram-posts-idUSKCN1Q81XX

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Former Trump adviser Stone ordered to appear in court over Instagram posts

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Roger Stone, a former political adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, was ordered on Tuesday to appear in court this week over Instagram posts that chastised and appeared to threaten the judge presiding over his criminal trial.

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U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Stone would need to show cause at a hearing on Thursday as to why the posts did not violate a gag order in the case or the conditions of his release.

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Stone’s attorneys filed a formal apology with the court on Monday, after he posted a photograph on Instagram of Jackson alongside what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun.

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He later deleted the image and reposted it without the crosshairs before removing it again, according to other media outlets.

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Next to the close-up image of Jackson’s face, Stone said Jackson was an “Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges” against Hillary Clinton. He also accused Mueller of being a “Deep State hitman.”

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Stone later posted a statement on his account saying the photo was not intended to threaten the judge or disrespect the court.

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His posts came just days after Jackson issued a partial media gag order on Stone and his lawyers.

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Friday’s order prohibits them from speaking with the news media or making statements near the federal courthouse about the case, but it does not stop Stone from discussing the case when he is away from the courthouse.

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lol lol lol lol lol




As I've said before - if all we get out of this is that Roger Stone has to spend the rest of his life in prison, it will have been worth it.

I hope we get a lot more than that but Stone in prison for the rest of his miserable life would be satisfying.


We need a name for Stone (ala FFAJ), Rodeo. This guy is the biggest clown of them all...well, with one exception. lol

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Reply #638 posted 02/20/19 1:40pm

poppys

Search Cohen & Russia too. He's been facilitating that shit for decades.

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Reply #639 posted 02/20/19 2:03pm

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Trump's ties to Russia go way back. They were the only ones after a while who would lend him money and I'm fairly certain a lot of it was laundered through the russian mob. It's no secret.

And all the flag sucking shallow patriots still cite Reagan and don't care. Reagan is spinning in his grave

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Reply #640 posted 02/20/19 3:43pm

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herb4 said:

Trump's ties to Russia go way back. They were the only ones after a while who would lend him money and I'm fairly certain a lot of it was laundered through the russian mob. It's no secret.

And all the flag sucking shallow patriots still cite Reagan and don't care. Reagan is spinning in his grave


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Reply #641 posted 02/20/19 5:03pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:



luv4u said:


Why Bob Mueller Is About Destroy the Entire Trump Family


https://www.politicususa....m=facebook





Whoa...


Most media reports leave out the long history of Trump’s Russia relations which go back decades. But knowing about this history is needed in order to understand all of the facts and allegations surrounding the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the 2016 elections. It also helps explain how Mueller will be able to soon take down not only Donald Trump but also several of his children.


Trump has been cultivating connections with the Russians for his money needs since the late 1980’s. And Russians have been cultivating him as an ally (and as an intelligence asset) for the same amount of time.


Been watching all the McCabe interviews... mainly cuz he has been on every show I usualy watch lol He states the same in his book.

The more I hear him interviewed the more I believe what he's been saying and what is said in his book about Trump and the WH. Although he has been accused of "lying leaker" over and over by Orange, what he is saying is so consistent with what several people have been saying about that circus 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.



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Reply #642 posted 02/20/19 9:19pm

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Let’s hope this is true:

https://splinternews.com/...1832760296

Please Please Please Please Please Let This Mueller News Be True


Rafi Schwartz
Yesterday 1:51pmFiled to: ROBERT MUELLER


“After nearly two years of clandestine investigation, multiple convictions and guilty pleas, and hours of hyped cable news speculation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller may finally be preparing to submit his full report on Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election, CNN reported on Wednesday.

Citing “people familiar with the plans,” the network claimed that Attorney General Bill Barr could announce the completion of the Special Counsel’s investigation as early as next week, after which he will submit a summary of Mueller’s findings to Congress.”


While it is entirely unclear what the report will contain—and whether its full contents will be made public—CNN’s report offers the most concrete assertion to date that Mueller’s investigation is in the process of winding down, almost two years after it was opened in May, 2017.

The Special Counsel’s Office declined Splinter’s request for comment on CNN’s reports. We have also contacted the DOJ.”
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Reply #643 posted 02/21/19 4:07am

2elijah

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More news on red MAGA hat in office:


Senate investigators pursue Moscow-based former Trump associate

By Nina dos Santos

Posted at 6:01 AM ET, Thu February 21, 2019


https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html


Senate investigators want to question a Moscow-based American businessman with longstanding ties to President Donald Trump after witnesses told them he could shed light on the President's commercial and personal activities in Russia dating back to the 1990s, multiple sources have told CNN.


The Senate Intelligence Committee, which is probing allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 elections, has been keen to speak with David Geovanis for several months, the sources say.

Geovanis helped organize a 1996 trip to Moscow by Trump, who was in the early stages of pursuing what would become a long-held goal of building a Trump Tower in the Russian capital, according to multiple media reports at the time.
Years later, Geovanis worked for the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, whose ties to Trump's 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort have also been of interest to investigators.”

Two witnesses who have given evidence to the Senate Intelligence Committee say they were asked about Geovanis' past relationship with the President during interviews last year. The interviews were conducted by staff working for both the Republican and Democratic sides of the committee, according to the sources, who wish to remain anonymous due to the confidential nature of the Senate inquiry.”
[Edited 2/21/19 4:14am]
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Reply #644 posted 02/21/19 6:30am

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2elijah said:

Let’s hope this is true: https://splinternews.com/...1832760296 Please Please Please Please Please Let This Mueller News Be True Rafi Schwartz Yesterday 1:51pmFiled to: ROBERT MUELLER “After nearly two years of clandestine investigation, multiple convictions and guilty pleas, and hours of hyped cable news speculation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller may finally be preparing to submit his full report on Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election, CNN reported on Wednesday. Citing “people familiar with the plans,” the network claimed that Attorney General Bill Barr could announce the completion of the Special Counsel’s investigation as early as next week, after which he will submit a summary of Mueller’s findings to Congress.” While it is entirely unclear what the report will contain—and whether its full contents will be made public—CNN’s report offers the most concrete assertion to date that Mueller’s investigation is in the process of winding down, almost two years after it was opened in May, 2017. The Special Counsel’s Office declined Splinter’s request for comment on CNN’s reports. We have also contacted the DOJ.”



Is it a coincidence that the report is ready just when Barr gets sworn in? Maybe. Or.... Muller was waiting for a REAL AG to be appointed? Or... Trump asked Barr to wrap it up?
In any case, the report should be interesting and has definitely laid the groundwork for various other investigations to continue after its release.



popcorn

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Reply #645 posted 02/21/19 6:31am

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2elijah said:

More news on red MAGA hat in office: Senate investigators pursue Moscow-based former Trump associate By Nina dos Santos Posted at 6:01 AM ET, Thu February 21, 2019 https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.htmlSenate investigators want to question a Moscow-based American businessman with longstanding ties to President Donald Trump after witnesses told them he could shed light on the President's commercial and personal activities in Russia dating back to the 1990s, multiple sources have told CNN. The Senate Intelligence Committee, which is probing allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 elections, has been keen to speak with David Geovanis for several months, the sources say. Geovanis helped organize a 1996 trip to Moscow by Trump, who was in the early stages of pursuing what would become a long-held goal of building a Trump Tower in the Russian capital, according to multiple media reports at the time. Years later, Geovanis worked for the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, whose ties to Trump's 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort have also been of interest to investigators.” Two witnesses who have given evidence to the Senate Intelligence Committee say they were asked about Geovanis' past relationship with the President during interviews last year. The interviews were conducted by staff working for both the Republican and Democratic sides of the committee, according to the sources, who wish to remain anonymous due to the confidential nature of the Senate inquiry.” [Edited 2/21/19 4:14am]



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Reply #646 posted 02/21/19 8:18am

Musicslave

DiminutiveRocker said:

2elijah said:

Let’s hope this is true: https://splinternews.com/...1832760296 Please Please Please Please Please Let This Mueller News Be True Rafi Schwartz Yesterday 1:51pmFiled to: ROBERT MUELLER “After nearly two years of clandestine investigation, multiple convictions and guilty pleas, and hours of hyped cable news speculation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller may finally be preparing to submit his full report on Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election, CNN reported on Wednesday. Citing “people familiar with the plans,” the network claimed that Attorney General Bill Barr could announce the completion of the Special Counsel’s investigation as early as next week, after which he will submit a summary of Mueller’s findings to Congress.” While it is entirely unclear what the report will contain—and whether its full contents will be made public—CNN’s report offers the most concrete assertion to date that Mueller’s investigation is in the process of winding down, almost two years after it was opened in May, 2017. The Special Counsel’s Office declined Splinter’s request for comment on CNN’s reports. We have also contacted the DOJ.”



Is it a coincidence that the report is ready just when Barr gets sworn in? Maybe. Or.... Muller was waiting for a REAL AG to be appointed? Or... Trump asked Barr to wrap it up?
In any case, the report should be interesting and has definitely laid the groundwork for various other investigations to continue after its release.



popcorn

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That's my take on it. I don't think Mueller was about to hand over his almost two year investigative work to a space filler named Whitaker. I believe he's been pretty much done and was waiting on Barr or the next AG to be sworn in before submitting his report.

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Speaking of whitaker, reports were saying trump was disappointed with him because he wasn't more aggressive in protecting him or his interest while Acting AG. I believe Whitaker got a glance of ALL of the evidence Mueller has accumulated and thought about HIS OWN FUTURE AFTER trump and wised up and basically standed pat until his permanent replacement came.

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Reply #647 posted 02/21/19 8:26am

Musicslave

RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-stone/former-trump-adviser-stone-ordered-to-appear-in-court-over-instagram-posts-idUSKCN1Q81XX

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Former Trump adviser Stone ordered to appear in court over Instagram posts

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Roger Stone, a former political adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, was ordered on Tuesday to appear in court this week over Instagram posts that chastised and appeared to threaten the judge presiding over his criminal trial.

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U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Stone would need to show cause at a hearing on Thursday as to why the posts did not violate a gag order in the case or the conditions of his release.

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Stone’s attorneys filed a formal apology with the court on Monday, after he posted a photograph on Instagram of Jackson alongside what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun.

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He later deleted the image and reposted it without the crosshairs before removing it again, according to other media outlets.

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Next to the close-up image of Jackson’s face, Stone said Jackson was an “Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges” against Hillary Clinton. He also accused Mueller of being a “Deep State hitman.”

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Stone later posted a statement on his account saying the photo was not intended to threaten the judge or disrespect the court.

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His posts came just days after Jackson issued a partial media gag order on Stone and his lawyers.

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Friday’s order prohibits them from speaking with the news media or making statements near the federal courthouse about the case, but it does not stop Stone from discussing the case when he is away from the courthouse.

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lol lol lol lol lol




As I've said before - if all we get out of this is that Roger Stone has to spend the rest of his life in prison, it will have been worth it.

I hope we get a lot more than that but Stone in prison for the rest of his miserable life would be satisfying.

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Word! We'll see what Judge Jackson decides today around/after 2:30 PM EST. I've read that she could invoke a full gag order instead of the initial partial gag order. But to me, he needs to learn his lesson and await trial in jail. Give him an inch and he'll take two miles. Don't give him an inch of leniency, is what I say.

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Reply #648 posted 02/21/19 8:31am

poppys

Musicslave said:

DiminutiveRocker said:



Is it a coincidence that the report is ready just when Barr gets sworn in? Maybe. Or.... Muller was waiting for a REAL AG to be appointed? Or... Trump asked Barr to wrap it up?
In any case, the report should be interesting and has definitely laid the groundwork for various other investigations to continue after its release.



popcorn

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That's my take on it. I don't think Mueller was about to hand over his almost two year investigative work to a space filler named Whitaker. I believe he's been pretty much done and was waiting on Barr or the next AG to be sworn in before submitting his report.

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Speaking of whitaker, reports were saying trump was disappointed with him because he wasn't more aggressive in protecting him or his interest while Acting AG. I believe Whitaker got a glance of ALL of the evidence Mueller has accumulated and thought about HIS OWN FUTURE AFTER trump and wised up and basically standed pat until his permanent replacement came.


Agree with your take. He said he never discussed it with Trump but I don't believe that. Maybe he didn't (illegally) spill as much as Trump wanted him to.

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Reply #649 posted 02/21/19 8:33am

poppys

Musicslave said:

RodeoSchro said:




As I've said before - if all we get out of this is that Roger Stone has to spend the rest of his life in prison, it will have been worth it.

I hope we get a lot more than that but Stone in prison for the rest of his miserable life would be satisfying.

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Word! We'll see what Judge Jackson decides today around/after 2:30 PM EST. I've read that she could invoke a full gag order instead of the initial partial gag order. But to me, he needs to learn his lesson and await trial in jail. Give him an inch and he'll take two miles. Don't give him an inch of leniency, is what I say.


Co-sign. Today? Great. Thanks Musicslave.

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Reply #650 posted 02/21/19 10:10am

Musicslave

poppys said:

Musicslave said:

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Word! We'll see what Judge Jackson decides today around/after 2:30 PM EST. I've read that she could invoke a full gag order instead of the initial partial gag order. But to me, he needs to learn his lesson and await trial in jail. Give him an inch and he'll take two miles. Don't give him an inch of leniency, is what I say.


Co-sign. Today? Great. Thanks Musicslave.

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Yes Poppy today. Not too much longer now.....

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You're welcome of course.

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Reply #651 posted 02/21/19 1:21pm

Musicslave

Stone gets a strict gag order and a promise to go straight to jail if he violates his bail conditions again.

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Please remind me to apologize profusely if I'm ever before a judge.......

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"But Judge Amy Berman Jackson made clear in no uncertain terms that she didn’t buy Stone’s desperate apologies and imposed a strict gag order barring him from speaking publicly in any shape or form about Robert Mueller’s investigation.

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“Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow,” Jackson told Stone.

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She also warned she’ll send him straight to the slammer if he tries any similar shenanigans in the future."

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If she wasn't buying it, why the leniency? Maybe she was worried about being labeled an unfair "Obama-appointed partisan."

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2019/02/21/judge-roger-stone-stop-talking-federal-case/2938729002/

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Jackson's stricter restrictions came after Stone posted a picture of the judge Monday next to what appeared to be a gun’s crosshairs.

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Jackson said Stone made his living through messages, so that she didn’t believe the picture was chosen at random. She said the image could have stoked an angry crowd to violence.

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“Mr. Stone couldn’t even keep his story straight on the stand,” Jackson said. “Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow.”

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Jackson said her rules are designed to prevent the case from degenerating into a circus.

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“The publicity can’t possibly subside if the defendant is out there fanning the flames,” Jackson said as Stone leaned his head on his right fist. “I have serious doubts about whether you’ve learned any lesson at all.”

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If you doubt that the person randomly chose the picture why let him off easy? If you feel that those images could've stocked an angry crowd or lone wolf to violence, why let him off easy? Maybe she's afraid of being labeled an "Obama-appointed partisan." In my opinion, she should've sent him straight to jail or issued a strict gag order to begin with.

[Edited 2/21/19 13:35pm]

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Musicslave said:

Stone gets a strict gag order and a promise to go straight to jail if he violates his bail conditions again.

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Please remind me to apologize profusely if I'm ever before a judge.......

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"But Judge Amy Berman Jackson made clear in no uncertain terms that she didn’t buy Stone’s desperate apologies and imposed a strict gag order barring him from speaking publicly in any shape or form about Robert Mueller’s investigation.

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“Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow,” Jackson told Stone.

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She also warned she’ll send him straight to the slammer if he tries any similar shenanigans in the future."

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If she wasn't buying it, why the leniency? Maybe she was worried about being labeled an unfair "Obama-appointed partisan."

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2019/02/21/judge-roger-stone-stop-talking-federal-case/2938729002/

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Jackson's stricter restrictions came after Stone posted a picture of the judge Monday next to what appeared to be a gun’s crosshairs.

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Jackson said Stone made his living through messages, so that she didn’t believe the picture was chosen at random. She said the image could have stoked an angry crowd to violence.

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“Mr. Stone couldn’t even keep his story straight on the stand,” Jackson said. “Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow.”

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Jackson said her rules are designed to prevent the case from degenerating into a circus.

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“The publicity can’t possibly subside if the defendant is out there fanning the flames,” Jackson said as Stone leaned his head on his right fist. “I have serious doubts about whether you’ve learned any lesson at all.”

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If you doubt that the person randomly chose the picture why let him off easy? If you feel that those images could've stocked an angry crowd or lone wolf to violence, why let him off easy? Maybe she's afraid of being labeled an "Obama-appointed partisan." In my opinion, she should've sent him straight to jail or issued a strict gag order to begin with.

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Roger Stone to keep his trap shut? Good luck with that! He was tweeting this morning on the way to the courthouse. She was correct - his apology was shallow and far from genuine.

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #653 posted 02/21/19 1:44pm

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Musicslave said:

Stone gets a strict gag order and a promise to go straight to jail if he violates his bail conditions again.

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Please remind me to apologize profusely if I'm ever before a judge.......

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"But Judge Amy Berman Jackson made clear in no uncertain terms that she didn’t buy Stone’s desperate apologies and imposed a strict gag order barring him from speaking publicly in any shape or form about Robert Mueller’s investigation.

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“Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow,” Jackson told Stone.

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She also warned she’ll send him straight to the slammer if he tries any similar shenanigans in the future."

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If she wasn't buying it, why the leniency? Maybe she was worried about being labeled an unfair "Obama-appointed partisan."

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2019/02/21/judge-roger-stone-stop-talking-federal-case/2938729002/

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Jackson's stricter restrictions came after Stone posted a picture of the judge Monday next to what appeared to be a gun’s crosshairs.

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Jackson said Stone made his living through messages, so that she didn’t believe the picture was chosen at random. She said the image could have stoked an angry crowd to violence.

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“Mr. Stone couldn’t even keep his story straight on the stand,” Jackson said. “Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow.”

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Jackson said her rules are designed to prevent the case from degenerating into a circus.

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“The publicity can’t possibly subside if the defendant is out there fanning the flames,” Jackson said as Stone leaned his head on his right fist. “I have serious doubts about whether you’ve learned any lesson at all.”

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If you doubt that the person randomly chose the picture why let him off easy? If you feel that those images could've stocked an angry crowd or lone wolf to violence, why let him off easy? Maybe she's afraid of being labeled an "Obama-appointed partisan." In my opinion, she should've sent him straight to jail or issued a strict gag order to begin with.

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Roger Stone to keep his trap shut? Good luck with that! He was tweeting this morning on the way to the courthouse. She was correct - his apology was shallow and far from genuine.

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Right. So why the leniency? Maybe I'm missing something. She said herself that even after the picture debacle he still continued to post crap throughout the week.

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Reply #654 posted 02/21/19 2:06pm

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Reply #655 posted 02/21/19 3:36pm

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RodeoSchro said:


If that is not photoshopped, that's a great pic

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Reply #656 posted 02/21/19 3:38pm

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Musicslave said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


Roger Stone to keep his trap shut? Good luck with that! He was tweeting this morning on the way to the courthouse. She was correct - his apology was shallow and far from genuine.

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Right. So why the leniency? Maybe I'm missing something. She said herself that even after the picture debacle he still continued to post crap throughout the week.


Her call, I guess. Trying to be fair - many predicted she may go this route.

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Reply #657 posted 02/21/19 3:38pm

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The complete and utter face of madness. Trump's Amerikkka.

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Reply #658 posted 02/21/19 4:00pm

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I'll take "Criminals With Weirdly Shaped Heads" for $500, Alex.

I think Stine is a coke fiend. He behaves like one and it would explain a lot.

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RodeoSchro said:




The complete and utter face of madness. Trump's Amerikkka.


Just one among all of trump’s criminal friend’s.
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