A federal judge in Washington has placed a gag order on Roger Stone days after the longtime Trump confidant and ally posted a photo on Instagram of the judge’s head next to what appeared to be the crosshair of a gun.

U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson did not go as far as revoking bail for Stone, who is out on $250,000 bond. But her order Thursday shushes Stone, a garrulous Republican operative who’s spent the days since his January indictment proclaiming his innocence and publicly lambasting the special counsel, and replaces a narrowly tailored media contact order she placed in the case.

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