Every time we hear of corruption and fraud it seems to be coming from the democrat’s side! Democratic representative Corrine Brown is the next one to bite the dust and she has just learned that she’s facing more than 300 years in prison. The 69 year old congresswoman plead not guilty to the charges that could have her locked up for the rest of her life.
From Patriot Hangout:
Part of the conspiracy, according to the 53-page indictment, involved Brown using her position and influence as a member of Congress to get donors to give money to the group.
“Brown, Simmons, and Wiley used Brown’s official positions as a member of Congress to solicit contributions to One Door for Education and to induce individuals and entities to make donations … based on false and fraudulent representation that the funds would be used for charitable purposes,” read the indictment.
Prosecute corrupt politicians no matter what party they are affiliated with! Truth be told, at least half the democratic party should be serving time for corruption, tax evasion, collusion and lying under oath, just to name a few…
They should be arresting Obama, Hitlery, Rice, Pelosi, Franks, Sharpton, Reid, Warren, Schumer, Waters, Lee, Cummings and lets not forget Paul Ryan ! And that’s just the beginning of the list. This woman is a small fry!
A federal judge recently denied motions calling for either the acquittal of, or the granting of a new trial for, former District 5 Congresswoman Corrine Brown, in effect setting the stage for her to be sentenced on Nov. 16 for 18 counts of fraud.
Federal Judge Timothy Corrigan ruled on Wednesday, Aug. 16, that Brown was neither entitled to a new trial nor acquittal on her jury conviction, notwithstanding the arguments of her defense attorney, James Smith.
Smith argued before Corrigan that his client had not received a fair trial earlier in the year because one of the jurors had been dismissed after confiding to another juror that the Holy Spirit had revealed to him Brown’s innocence. Smith further argued that the prosecution had failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Brown had orchestrated a charity scheme to defraud donors.
The judge disagreed with both arguments. The dismissal of a juror was not an action that he undertook lightly, the judge said. “Quite the opposite,” Corrigan wrote in his 27-page decision, underscoring that he had dismissed the particular juror “only after finding beyond a reasonable doubt that there was no substantial possibility he could base his decision on the Court’s instructions and the evidence adduced at trial.”