- Self-proclaimed political dirty trickster Roger Stone posted a "Wanted for Treason" image featuring photos of former CIA chief John Brennan on social media accounts.
- Stone also criticized the counterintelligence inquiry that led to the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, and to Stone's own current prosecution for mulitiple alleged crimes.
Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Donald Trump's, posted a "Wanted for Treason" image featuring photos of Trump critic and former CIA chief John Brennan on his social media accounts.
The gag order on longtime Republican operative Stone came after he posted earlier this year, also on Instagram, a photo of his case's judge, Amy Berman Jackson, next to the crosshairs of a rifle scope.
The video story since has been removed.
Sam Vinograd, CNN's national security analyst and a member the National Security Council during the administration of President Barack Obama, Sunday on Twitter reported that story to Instagram, which responded to her by saying the post had been taken down "because it violated our Community Guidelines."