A federal judge in Washington ordered Roger Stone to appear in court Thursday after the longtime Trump ally posted a photo on social media this weekend showing the judge next to crosshairs.

U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson is summoning Stone to court to explain why his release conditions and a media contact order she placed in the case shouldn’t be revoked or changed in light of the picture. Jackson had previously placed an order prohibiting Stone and all other parties in his case from making public comments outside the D.C. federal courthouse. She also barred lawyers for the parties and witnesses from speaking with media.

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