JUST IN: Mueller Releases Redacted Sentencing Memo on Paul Manafort Accusing him of ‘Brazenly’ Breaking the Law

 

Robert Mueller filed under seal, an 800-page redacted sentencing memo on Paul Manafort in the Washington D.C case ahead of the midnight deadline and was ordered to release it by corrupt Obama judge Amy Berman Jackson.

Mueller said in the sentencing memo that Paul Manafort “repeatedly and brazenly” violated the law for over a decade.

Mueller also accused Manafort in engaging in witness tampering while on bail, perjuring himself and making false statements.

 

Via the Washington Examiner:

Special counsel Robert Mueller did not offer a specific recommendation for how long Paul Manafort should spend in prison but said the former Trump campaign manager’s sentence should take into account the gravity of his conduct and deter him and those who commit similar crimes, according to a redacted sentencing memo released Saturday.

“For over a decade, Manafort repeatedly and brazenly violated the law. His crimes continued up through the time he was first indicted in October 2017 and remarkably went unabated even after indictment,” the memo reads. “Manafort engaged in witness tampering while on bail and, even after he was caught for engaging in that scheme, Manafort committee the additional crimes of perjury and making false statements after he entered his guilty pleas herein.”

Robert Mueller wants Paul Manafort to die in prison.

Last Friday, Robert Mueller issued a sentencing memo in the Virginia case recommending Paul Manafort, who will turn 70 in April, serve between 19.5 to 24.5 years in prison.

In other words, Paul Manafort should die in prison for the crime of associating with Donald Trump — the crimes Manafort is being charged with were dug up by the criminal and corrupt Andrew Weissmann as revenge.


The Virginia sentencing memo also recommends Manafort pay a fine of up to $24 million, restitution of more than $24 million and forfeiture in the amount of more than $4 million, reported CBS.

Last summer a jury in the eastern district of Virginia convicted Paul Manafort on 8 counts of bank and tax fraud. Manafort also pleaded to two felonies and entered a plea deal with the government and promised to cooperate.

The corrupt and criminal Obama-appointed Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled last week that Paul Manafort intentionally lied to Mueller and the FBI and voided his plea deal.

Paul Manafort faces an additional maximum of 10 years in prison in the D.C. case, however, Mueller did not offer a specific recommendation for how much time Manafort should serve in the memo released Saturday.

Paul Manafort is scheduled to be sentenced March 8th in the Virginia case and March 13th in the Washington D.C. case

The case in Washington D.C. involves Manafort’s illegal lobbying on behalf of Ukrainian interests — these are the same ‘crimes’ Tony Podesta committed (failing to file a FARA form) yet Tony Podesta was allowed to retroactively file a FARA form for his work in Ukraine then Mueller granted him immunity.

According to a new report by Bloomberg, New York prosecutors have put together a criminal case against Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort that they could quickly file if Trump were to issue him a presidential pardon.

How is the US any different from a banana republic with a two-tiered justice system?

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