BREAKING: Corrupt Obama-Appointed Judge Amy Berman Jackson Hits Roger Stone With Gag Order
Amy Berman Jackson, the corrupt Obama-appointed judge assigned to Stone’s case, hit Roger Stone with a limited gag order on Friday.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered Stone, his lawyers and Robert Mueller to stop publicly speaking about Roger Stone’s case after the Trump advisor was indicted for lying to Congress and obstructing the Russia investigation.
Politico reported that Amy Berman Jackson sided with Mueller’s lawyers on Friday and said Roger Stone and his attorneys “must refrain from making statements to the media or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case.”
Amy Berman Jackson also ordered potential witnesses to hold back from commenting to reporters when they walk in and out of the D.C. courthouse where Roger Stone will go to trial in the fall.
Last Friday, Roger Stone decided to take a stand and fight back against the corrupt Obama-appointed judge threatening to silence him with a gag order that would prevent him from talking to the media about the charges brought against him by dirty cop Mueller.
Roger Stone’s lawyer, Robert Buschel fought back against the corrupt Obama-appointed judge last Friday, and argued Stone has First Amendment rights to defend himself publicly.
“There should be no imposition of prior restraint on Mr. Stone’s First Amendment free speech rights,” the 8-page filing says.
Mueller’s team filed its own brief last week and agreed with Amy Berman Jackson’s proposed gag order.
“The government submits that the order would be supported by a finding that there is a substantial likelihood that extrajudicial comments by trial participants will undermine a fair trial,” the filing states.
It’s no surprise that a corrupt judge like Amy Berman Jackson would deny Roger Stone his First Amendment rights to publicly defend himself.
In contrast, a judge never hit Andrew McCabe with a gag order — He is out on a PR blitz defending himself after a grand jury was impaneled last summer to investigate his crimes.
Editor’s note: This article was updated to clarify that Roger Stone’s gag order is limited. Mr. Stone is barred from making public statements while he’s around the federal courthouse in Washington, D.C. Mr. Stone’s lawyers, however, were given a broader restriction and cannot make public statements about the case anywhere.
This Roger Stone gag order is really weak.
(audience: "How weak is it?!")
He can stay on InfoWars as long as he hangs up the phone on the courthouse sidewalk… pic.twitter.com/RnuLYREWfS
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) February 15, 2019