In 2008, I interned for a now defunct law firm named Rothstein, Rosenfeldt, and Adler (RRA) in Fort Lauderdale, FL. At the time, Roger Stone was working there too as a political consultant.
For what I can only assume was a foolish desire to save money, rather than hiring someone to edit his memoir, he instead handed it out to a bunch of interns to proofread. Keep in mind that none of them worked for Roger (they all worked in different legal departments), so it was never their "job" to edit the memoir, merely an unpaid favor for a cheap asshole.
At some point, a fellow intern brought the memoir to my attention (her edits can be seen in the margins throughout) because it made her feel uncomfortable, thanks to lurid sexual details, a whole chapter about his own penis, among many other things.
I have no idea how many copies of the memoir were given out/exist, but she gave me one, and then I forgot about it for years until going through some old files. To what extent this document may have been publicly released by Roger Stone to other parties in the past is beyond my personal knowledge. It may or may not already be publicly available elsewhere online. Additionally, Roger published, "Stone's Rules: How to Win at Politics, Business, and Style" in 2018, and it's possible that some of the content featured here (and on social media) has already been discussed within that book.
Regardless, Roger Stone is an important public figure who has been connected to President Donald Trump for many years and was investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson. Since Trump recently commuted Roger's sentence, this book should be considered "newsworthy" and a matter of legitimate public concern due to Stone's long pattern of unethical and illegal behavior.
So if you want to know the REAL Roger Stone, here's his bizarre -- COMPLETELY UNALTERED -- auto-biography, enjoy! #StoneDiary
QUESTION: Why should we trust that this document is real?
ANSWER: That's up to you, but there is irrefutable evidence (photo and otherwise) that Roger and I both worked at the RRA law firm in 2008. Moreover, there are WAY TOO MANY specific -- and verifiable -- facts in this memoir that I couldn't possibly know. In the end, you can judge for yourself whether you think I somehow forged all of these bizarre and intricate, yet poorly written, details.
DISCLAIMER: this document is not connected to my comedy career, and I am happy to work with any news organization that would like to do their due diligence and confirm the legitimacy of this memoir. Please contact me!