Roger Stone Cites Kim Kardashian’s Instagram Following in Argument Against Gag Order

Armed FBI raid & arrest of Roger Stone caught on CCTV FOOTAGE

Armed FBI raid & arrest of Roger Stone caught on CCTV FOOTAGE

Sinclair Broadcast Group published a surveillance video Thursday of longtime Trump ally Roger Stone's arrest last month at his Florida home.

The three-minute video includes footage of the January 25 arrest from several cameras. Stone, 66, is seen barefoot and wearing a black T-shirt emblazoned with the phrase "Roger Stone did nothing wrong". A heavily armed Federal Bureau of Investigation agent approaches the door with the gun drawn while others stake out positions behind.

Within minutes, Stone exits his home to greet the agents who have their rifles pointed at him.

"Whether it is his pursuit of a posthumous pardon for Marcus Garvey, or the style of his clothes, or the state of the Nation, Roger Stone is a voice", his attorneys wrote. One agent swings his firearm around as he scans and surveys Stone's front porch.

In filing later Friday, prosecutors said they wouldn't oppose Jackson issuing a "narrowly-tailored" gag order that seeks to keep Stone from using media coverage to his advantage in the court case. Stone raises his hands and spins around, apparently trying to show that he is unarmed. Roger Stone was arrested on 25 January on federal charges put forward by Special Counsel Mueller, who is investigating the Trump campaign's alleged ties with Russian Federation. It's still dark out.

Like many conservatives, Carlson has raised suspicions that Stone's arrest was politically motivated. Twenty minutes later, the same camera shows agents leading Roger Stone back into his house.

Stone objected to the proposal via his attorneys, arguing that public comment on politics and men's fashion is his job, so a gag order would interfere with his ability to earn a living. "By contrast, Roger Stone has no Twitter account at all and, thus has no Twitter followers".

"I am aware of that and it was deeply concerning to me as to how CNN found out about that", Whitaker said. "I share your concern with the possibility that a media outlet was tipped off to Mr".

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