Paul Manafort

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(lawyer, lobbyist, deep state operative?)
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BornPaul John Manafort Jr.
1949-04-01
New Britain, Connecticut, U.S.
NationalityUS
Alma materGeorgetown University
Criminal charge
counts of tax fraud, two counts of bank fraud, one count of failing to disclose a hidden foreign bank account, two counts of conspiracy
Criminal status
Found guilty on 8 counts, pleaded guilty to counts of conspiracy, scheduled to be sentenced on February 8, 2019.
ChildrenJess
SpouseKathleen Bond
PartyRepublican
American lobbyist, political consultant, lawyer, and convicted felon.

Paul Manafort is an American lobbyist, political consultant, lawyer, and convicted felon.

Russian connections

In 2017 Daniel Hopsicker wrote that "New evidence indicates that Oleg Deripaska, the Russian billionaire who paid $10 million a year to Paul Manafort between 2004 and 2009".[1] A poorly redacted court document revealed in January 2019 that he was accused of sharing 2016 election data "with a business associate accused of having ties to Russian intelligence".[2]


Career

Manafort was an adviser to the U.S. presidential campaigns of Republicans Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and Bob Dole. In 1980, he co-founded the Washington, D.C.-based lobbying firm Black, Manafort & Stone, along with Charles R. Black Jr, and Roger J. Stone,[3][4][5]

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Muellergate and the Discreet Lies of the BourgeoisieBlog post1 April 2019Craig MurrayThe capacity of the mainstream media repeatedly to promote the myth that Russia caused Clinton’s defeat, while never mentioning what the information was that had been so damaging to Hillary, should be alarming to anybody under the illusion that we have a working “free media”.
Document:The Assange Arrest is a Warning From HistoryArticle12 April 2019John PilgerLeni Riefenstahl, close friend of Adolf Hitler, whose films helped cast the Nazi spell over Germany told me that the message in her films, the propaganda, was dependent not on “orders from above” but on what she called the “submissive void” of the public: "When people no longer ask serious questions, they are submissive and malleable. Anything can happen.”


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