Facebook eliminated the network accounts associated with a different trump

Company Facebook said Wednesday that eliminated network accounts linked to convicted Roger stone, a friend and former informal adviser to Donald trump.

More than 100 pages associated with stone and active with elections in 2016, was removed for "coordinated inauthentic activities."

In particular, according to Facebook, stone used false accounts and other means to manipulate the information on the platform. In addition, he drew attention to some statements by WikiLeaks, the company said, without specifying whether it is something reprehensible.

Among the 104 Facebook pages and four pages in Instagram was and personal accounts of stone were removed, because they considered that they are associated with "inauthentic activity."

Previously, stone was sentenced to three years and four months in prison for obstructing the trial, he should soon begin to serve time in prison.