Posted on 04/29/2017 6:19:30 AM PDT by ColdOne
Prosecutors in Florida say a former congresswoman took money from a charitable foundation for poor children and instead used it to pay for concert tickets and Beverly Hills shopping sprees.
Federal attorneys on Wednesday opened their case in the trial of Corrine Brown, who from 2013 to 2017 was the Democratic representative from Florida’s 5th congressional district. Brown stands accused of multiple fraud and conspiracy charges for allegedly funneling contributions from the scholarship charity she started, One Door for Education, to her personal bank accounts.
Between 2012 and 2016, Brown and two close associates raised more than $800,000, much of which they transferred to their
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But but but everybody does it……(sarc)
My first thought, the Clintons, including the incest product, Chelsea.
Who could say fraud? She started a charity to help the poor. She was poor. SHe helped herself. Where is the problem?
So what did she do w/ the ten thousand tax dollars each member of the Black Congressional Caucus gets….to do with as they please?
That’s over and above salaries, perks, office expenses, staff hires, voucher reimbursements, etc etc etc.
Same for members of the The Asian Caucus and the Latino Caucus.
A reason to shut down these vile, separatist Congressional caucuses.
To add insult to injury all the folks who gave money to the scam were able to write it off their taxes.
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