Nearly a week after being scolded from the bench, Roger Stone and his attorneys are again on the receiving end of a federal judge’s wrath, this time for the re-publication of a book they failed to disclose to the court.

In an order issued Tuesday, Judge Amy Berman Jackson scolded Stone and his legal team for their delay in notifying the court that the former adviser to President Donald Trump planned to re-publish and sell a book with a new introduction critical of the special counsel, despite a gag order that prohibits him from making any public statements about the investigation.

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