Continuing his fight to use social media as a way to attack the criminal case against him and the Mueller-Russia investigation, Roger Stone on Friday lodged a 30-page mandamus petition in an attempt to get out from under multiple federal district court orders restricting his and his family’s social media speech.

Stone, who faces charges of obstruction of justice, witness tampering and lying to congressional investigators, filed his mandamus petition in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in an attempt to overcome the increasingly wide-ranging social media restriction orders imposed on him by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in his criminal case.

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