Roger Stone is a big Apple user —and that may be a problem for him, given that Apple has handed over data from his iCloud account in accordance with a warrant.
Following former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone’s arrest last week, the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller said Thursday that it has obtained numerous electronic devices belonging to Stone, as well as access to his iCloud account. The evidence collected, per CNN, includes “multiple hard drives containing several terabytes of information consisting of, among other things, FBI case reports, search warrant applications and results (e.g., Apple iCloud accounts and email accounts).” Also included in the evidence are bank accounts and the hard drives of the devices themselves.
Another former Trump adviser, Paul Manafort also had evidence from his iCloud account lead to major legal trouble in connection with the Mueller investigation. Stone and Manafort were business partners for a time in the ’80s.