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Manafort sentenced to an additional 43 months in prison
The Lobbyist and political consultant Paul Manafort stand for attempted Witness tampering and conspiracy against the United States before the court. The allegations have nothing to do with his work for Trump. It comes to his work for Russia-friendly politicians in the Ukraine. Manafort had announced to cooperate with investigators, but then you apparently lied to. the

Because of conspiracy against the United States, and for Attempts to influence witnesses, must Paul Manafort for several years in prison. A Federal judge in Washington sentenced the former campaign chief of U.S. President Donald Trump to 43 months in prison. The 69-Year-old had admitted his guilt and before sentencing to apologize for his actions asked for.

notes on his Offense came at the Russia-investigation by special investigator Robert Mueller to light. The former FBI Director is the suspicion that Donald trump's campaign team Links to Russia. Manafort had announced to want to be with Mueller to cooperate. The court is Convinced that the Lobbyist lied to the investigators then in breach of an agreement to criminal impairment.

Manafort, was already sentenced last week by a court in Alexandria to a prison sentence of almost four years due to tax and Bank fraud. The opposition Democrats and many legal experts have criticized this penalty as too lenient. Overall, Manafort must now seven and a half years in prison.

Both rulings relate to Manaforts to lobby for Russia-friendly politician in Ukraine, not on his work for Trump.

May Manafort will have his prison sentence is not complete. He is already sitting for nine months in detention. The time will be counted. Besides, he can hope for good behavior on a penalty discount of 15 percent. In for Manafort best case, it will be released in the autumn of 2024, after about five and a half years.

would be faster if the U.S. President pardoned him. Trump had called the Mueller investigation is repeated as a "witch-hunt". A spokeswoman for the White house had not ruled out a pardon on Monday to the full.

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