Paul Manafort to be Transferred to Notorious and Dangerous Rikers Island Jail – May Face Solitary Confinement


Paul Manafort

Former Trump 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort, 70, will be transferred to Rikers Island jail complex as early as next week where he will likely live in solitary confinement.

According to the New York Times, Manafort will likely be arraigned on new state fraud charges.

 

Rikers Island, which is located between the Bronx and Queens in New York City, is known to be a very violent and dangerous facility with a chronic problem with gangs.

The notorious Rikers Island is full of hardened, violent inmates and the management is so poor that even inmates in protective custody aren’t safe.

Mueller and his thug Weissmann hunted down Manafort and charged him with crimes that have NOTHING to do with Russian collusion during the 2016 election.

In September, Manafort pleaded guilty to federal charges but in March, the crooked Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance announced an indictment charging Paul Manafort with 16 state felonies such as tax evasion and mortgage fraud.


Manafort was sentenced to 7 1/2 years for his federal charges and is pending separate charges from the state of New York.

Although President Trump can pardon Manafort, he does not have the authority to pardon him from state crimes — which is why the Communists in the SDNY hit Manafort with separate charges.

Meanwhile the crooks who plotted a coup in an attempt to remove President Trump from office are freely walking around.

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