After being sentenced to 47 months in his second case, prosecutors in Manhattan immediately filed an indictment against Paul Manafort just in case President Trump had a pardon ideas.
Manafort is now facing a 16-count indictment which includes residential mortgage fraud, conspiracy, falsifying business records, and participating in a scheme to defraud.
“No one is beyond the law in New York,” said Cyrus Vance the Manhattan District Attorney.
“Following an investigation commenced by our office in March 2017, a Manhattan grand jury has charged Mr. Manafort with state criminal violations which strike at the heart of New York’s sovereign interests, including the integrity of our residential mortgage market.”
Manafort’s indictment can be seen via this link.
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