Ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison for tax, bank fraud  India TV News

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During Paul Manafort's fraud trial, prosecutors detailed his over-the-top lifestyle: multiple homes, luxury cars and watches, Persian rugs and more than $1 million spent on custom suits and coats.During Paul Manafort's fraud trial, prosecutors detailed his over-the-top lifestyle: multiple homes, luxury cars and watches, Persian rugs and more than $1 million spent on custom suits and coats.

From ostrich-skin jackets to prison jumpsuits: The stunning fall of Paul Manafort - National | Globalnews.ca

Prosecutors had sought up to 24 years for the former Trump campaign chairman convicted on charges ranging from bank fraud to money launderingProsecutors had sought up to 24 years for the former Trump campaign chairman convicted on charges ranging from bank fraud to money laundering

Paul Manafort’s 47-month penalty falls far short of sentencing guidelines for money laundering, tax evasion and fraud - The Globe and Mail

Judge T.S. Ellis has been widely criticized for showing leniency to Paul Manafort after his 47-month sentence was far shy of federal sentencing guidelines.Judge T.S. Ellis has been widely criticized for showing leniency to Paul Manafort after his 47-month sentence was far shy of federal sentencing guidelines.

Reagan-appointed judge who jailed Paul Manafort criticized for leniency | Daily Mail Online

If he had never joined Donald Trump's campaign, Paul Manafort would likely be a free man today. Instead, the longtime political consultant is facing just…If he hadn't joined the campaign, he'd likely be a free man.

How Donald Trump Led to Paul Manafort's Downfall | Time

"Lock her up! Lock her up!” Those words were regurgitated over and over again during Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, directed specifically at his opponent Hillary Clinton. In fact, the chant remains one of the favorites at Trump rallies across the US, acting as a continuation of sorts to Trump's seemingly empty promises to "drain the swamp" and take on political"Lock her up! Lock her up!” Those words were regurgitated over and over again during Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, directed specifically at his opponent Hillary Clinton. In fact, the

As Paul Manafort goes down for 47 months, Americans need to face up to what this says about Donald Trump | The Independent

Paul Manafort, plain and simple, is going to prison for things completely outside the original scope of Mueller’s investigation. All of his convictions stem from the shady lobbying businesses he ran with his associate Rick Gates long before joining the Trump campaign in 2016.Paul Manafort, plain and simple, is going to prison for things completely outside the original scope of Mueller’s investigation. All of his convictions stem from the shady lobbying businesses he ran with his associate Rick Gates long before joining the Trump campaign in 2016.

What will be the fate of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort? The comics look at what's happened so far in Best of Late Night.What will be the fate of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort? The comics look at what's happened so far in Best of Late Night.

Kimmel says a little prayer for Manafort (and R. Kelly)

“Both the Judge and the lawyer in the Paul Manafort case stated loudly and for the world to hear that there was NO COLLUSION with Russia. But the Witch Hunt Hoax continues as you now add these statements to House & Senate Intelligence & Senator Burr. So bad for our Country!”

Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "Both the Judge and the lawyer in the Paul Manafort case stated loudly and for the world to hear that there was NO COLLUSION with Russia. But the Witch Hunt Hoax continues as you now add these statements to House & Senate Intelligence & Senator Burr. So bad for our Country!"

“Paul Manafort getting such little jail time for such serious crimes lays out for the world how it’s almost impossible for rich people to go to jail for the same amount of time as someone who is lower income. In our current broken system, “justice” isn’t blind. It’s bought. https://t.co/1UgBXmR8bl”

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter: "Paul Manafort getting such little jail time for such serious crimes lays out for the world how it’s almost impossible for rich people to go to jail for the same amount of time as someone who is lower income. In our current broken system, “justice” isn’t blind. It’s bought.… https://t.co/jCqC0KRosQ"

“For context on Manafort’s 47 months in prison, my client yesterday was offered 36-72 months in prison for stealing $100 worth of quarters from a residential laundry room.”

Scott Hechinger on Twitter: "For context on Manafort’s 47 months in prison, my client yesterday was offered 36-72 months in prison for stealing $100 worth of quarters from a residential laundry room."

“The statement by Paul Manafort’s lawyer after an already lenient sentence — repeating the President’s mantra of no collusion — was no accident. It was a deliberate appeal for a pardon. One injustice must not follow another.”

Adam Schiff on Twitter: "The statement by Paul Manafort’s lawyer after an already lenient sentence — repeating the President’s mantra of no collusion — was no accident. It was a deliberate appeal for a pardon. One injustice must not follow another."

Democrats were outraged at the ex-Trump campaign chairman’s lenient sentence, while Trump’s lawyer could barely contain his glee.Democrats were outraged at the ex-Trump campaign chairman’s lenient sentence, while Trump’s lawyer could barely contain his glee.

Rudy Giuliani Takes a Victory Lap After Manafort Gets Off Easy | Vanity Fair

Lawyers said they weren’t advocating for more time in jail for Manafort, just pointing out the “disparity” between the sentences.Lawyers said they weren’t advocating for more time in jail for Manafort, just pointing out the “disparity” between the sentences.

‘Blatant inequities’: Lawyers compare Paul Manafort’s 4-year sentence to other convictions - National | Globalnews.ca

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to 47 months in prison for tax and bank fraud related to his work advising Ukrainian politicians.Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to 47 months in prison for tax and bank fraud related to his work advising Ukrainian politicians.

Ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison

The international stories making headlines around the world. Manafort escapes longer prison term President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to just under four years in...The international stories making headlines around the world. Manafort escapes longer prison term President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to just under four years in...

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President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to 47 months in prison.President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to 47 months in prison.

Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison, ordered to pay $24M in restitution - National | Globalnews.ca

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced Thursday to nearly four years in prison for tax and bank fraud related to his work advising Ukrainian politicians.Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced Thursday to nearly four years in prison for tax and bank fraud related to his work advising Ukrainian politicians.

Ex Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months

Paul Manafort sentenced on tax evasion charges unrelated to work for president; jail term well below 20 years suggested in guidelinesPaul Manafort sentenced on tax evasion charges unrelated to work for president; jail term well below 20 years suggested in guidelines

Former Trump campaign chief given 47 months behind bars | The Times of Israel