A D.C. federal district judge has ruled against a motion by Roger Stone over evidence obtained through 18 search warrants issued in his case, finding that the longtime conservative political operative failed to show that the affidavits contained knowingly false statements.

Stone had sought an evidentiary hearing over warrants, alleging that the affidavits used to back the warrant applications included false facts and should be thrown out.

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