How Strange The FBI And The Fascist Democrats Are Going After Trump And His Associates That Were Working In Ukraine, No One Died, Yet The Democrats Caused Bloody Murder In Ukraine, Paul Manafort Under House Arrest !

 
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31 October
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How Strange The FBI And The Fascist Democrats Are Going After Trump And His Associates That Were Working In Ukraine, No One Died, Yet The Democrats Caused Bloody Murder In Ukraine, Paul Manafort Under House Arrest !

Washington: Former Chairman of the Donald Trump Campaign in 2016,  Paul Manafort and former campaign official Rick Gates have entered a statement to the judge about their innocence in the 12 charges that they were previously charged with.

According to CNN , Manafort and Gates just introduced themselves to the federal judge and on their behalf speak lawyers.

Semi Manafort,  law enforcement agencies brought charges on 12 points.

The grand jury approved the charges of the special prosecutor Robert Mueller that Paul Manafort and Richard Gates were charged in 12 counts.

In particular, it is a "conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, false and misleading statements under the FARA (Foreign Agent Registration Act), and seven points about refusal of representation reports on foreign financial accounts ".

Today it became known that Paul  Manaforte was offered to surrender to the  federal authorities and he already announced his readiness to surrender to the FBI. In the morning, October 30, he  arrived at the FBI office .

A team of FBI investigators led by Robert Mueller conducts several investigations into Russia's interference in last year's US elections, contacts of people from Donald Trump's circle with the Kremlin, as well as a relatively personal obstruction of justice by Donald Trump and his motives for the dismissal of former FBI director James Komi.

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Washington: The court sent under house arrest the former head of the campaign headquarters of the 45th US President Donald Trump Paul Manafort , suspected of 12 different points.

"Paul Manafort was sent under house arrest after allegations of money laundering," reports AFP.

Law enforcement agencies brought charges on 12 points. The grand jury approved the charges of the special prosecutor Robert Mueller that Paul Manafort and Richard Gates were charged in 12 counts. In particular, it is a "conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, false and misleading statements under the FARA (Foreign Agent Registration Act), and seven points about refusal of representation reports on foreign financial accounts ".

Today it became known that Paul  Manaforte was offered to surrender to the  federal authorities and he already announced his readiness to surrender to the FBI. In the morning, October 30, he  arrived at the FBI office .

A team of FBI investigators led by Robert Mueller conducts several investigations into Russia's interference in last year's US elections, contacts of people from Donald Trump's circle with the Kremlin, as well as a relatively personal obstruction of justice by Donald Trump and his motives for the dismissal of former FBI director James Komi.

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Trump-Russia investigators have charged ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort with tens of millions of dollars in money laundering and tax evasion, as well as unregistered foreign lobbying and conspiracy to defraud the US government. The White House has been hastily playing down the implications or connections to Trump and his administration – but special counsellor Robert Mueller’s investigation appears to be drawing ever closer to the Oval Office.

Manafort and business associate Rick Gates have pleaded not guilty and were put under house arrest on multimillion-dollar bail. The men were involved in extensive business dealings with powerful Russians and pro-Kremlin figures in Ukraine. 

A third man, the former Trump foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos, has pleaded guilty to perjury, admitting he lied to FBI agents about contacts with Russians. It can be read into the wording around Papadopoulos’s indictment that he has “flipped” and is now providing evidence against others in Mueller’s investigation. Again, the White House is seeking to portray him as a peripheral figure – but the indictment suggests he worked extensively to foster links between Moscow and the future president.

The Manafort-Gates indictment alleges they channelled $75m through elaborate structures offshore and in the US to avoid tax and scrutiny. “[Manafort used] his hidden overseas wealth to fund a lavish lifestyle.” The White House has insisted the charges relate to activities before Manafort joined Trump’s campaign. But the fact that the Russian/Ukrainian side would have known about the “staggering” amount of hidden money, says US expert Scott Horton, means “they had knowledge of serious criminal acts by Manafort which they could hold over his head. The suspicion would naturally be that they were a driving force behind his volunteering to serve the Trump campaign for free.”

Mueller’s levelling of charges related to financial crimes at this stage of the investigation is seen as a way of pressuring defendants to provide more information on the Trump team’s relationship with Moscow. Tom McCarthy examines the vital issues involved and whether they could spell a president’s downfall.

 

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