Trump associate and self-described “dirty trickster” Roger Stone lives in fear of being carted off to jail at any moment, according to CNN political correspondent Sara Murray, who said Thursday that Stone believes indictment is a “constant threat.”
Stone “believes he’s been under surveillance since 2016,” said Murray. “There’s this constant threat that he’s about to be indicted, but his team has never heard anything from Mueller.” She added that that threat had taken a toll on Stone’s daily life.
“For a while, Roger Stone wasn’t even making plans on Fridays, one of his friends said, because he was worried that that could be the day the FBI comes for him,” she said.
Murray also said Stone told her the investigation has been “financially debilitating,” leading him to pursue some rather odd fundraising schemes: “These have included the sale of “Roger stones, actual signed stones,” and a bizarre video campaign featuring his dogs.”