Roger Stone Keeps Appearing in Capitol Breach Investigation Court Filings
March 23, 2021
Roger Stone's name and image were invoked by prosecutors and defendants in court filings over the last week, underscoring the increasingly visible presence of former president Donald Trump's political confidant in the Jan. 6 Capitol breach investigation.
On Wednesday, U.S. prosecutors produced a photograph they said was shared on Facebook on Dec. 15 showing two Florida members of the right-wing Oath Keepers group who were later charged in the riot posing with five others next to someone who appears to be Stone at a book signing.
All the faces are redacted except for the two charged Oath Keepers in the picture, which prosecutors introduced to show that the defendants knew each other. Three of Stone's books are displayed in a room that looks like the White House Oval Office.
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