U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson told Stone on Tuesday that he could not use Instagram or other social media platforms while the case against him moves forward.
Of Stone's posts, Rogow said: "I don't think that they violated the court order. It seems as if, once again, I'm wrestling with behavior that has more to do with middle school than a court of law", the exasperated judge said.
"You've shown me that you're unwilling to stop talking about the investigation, which means that you're unwilling to conform your conduct to the orders of the court", Jackson said.
All previous restrictions on statements made to the media, in public settings, and on other social media about the Special Counsel's investigation, this case, or any of the participants in the investigation or the case, remain in force as set forth in the Court's orders of February 15, 2019 and February 21, 2019 and the conditions of release, and the defendant remains bound by all other conditions of release, including the prohibition on contacting witnesses.
Stone's lawyers have argued that Stone did not violate the order and said prosecutors were seeking a "disproportionate response to Roger Stone's exercise of his First Amendment rights".
"It's not a Roger Stone statement", he said.
More: Judge warns Roger Stone that his new book could violate a gag order. The judge cited specific images Stone posted to Instagram, including a photo of Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., with the label, "Bull Schiff".
In leisurely June, prosecutors acknowledged Stone had violated the ensuing gag describe with posts on Instagram and Facebook, which called on the media to hide parts of the case.
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Stone was in court Tuesday for a regularly scheduled hearing on a request from his lawyers to suppress evidence they argued was gathered through a flawed search warrant underpinned by what the defense says was second-hand unreliable information.
"So what am I supposed to do with you?"
Kravis recommended a "complete social media ban", and the judge agreed.
This was after the prosecutors accused Stone of violating a gag order by discussing his case on social media.
Jackson and the prosecutions seemed exasperated on Tuesday over claims by Stone's lawyers that search warrants used to seize evidence were improperly based on dodgy and questionable USA intelligence concluding that Russian Federation hacked computers belonging to the Democratic National Committee.
"I'm sorry, I can't speak to that on the court house property", Stone replied. Numerous posts, Rogow said, amount to nothing more than Stone reposting someone else's statement.
Since the judge's February order, Stone has tested the limits including some posts linking to articles about the case and asking rhetorical questions.
Jackson said Stone referred to Schiff as a "duplicitous con man" before adding: "if it's Schiff, flush it".