we overwhelmingly incarcerate the most vulnerable in our countrythe mentally ill the addicted and the poorand
We overwhelmingly incarcerate the most vulnerable in our country—the mentally ill, the addicted, and the poor—and Manafort’s slap-on-the-wrist sentence this week is yet another example of the work we have to do to make our criminal justice system fair and just for all Americans.
paul manaforts case has renewed questions that have been asked since the 2008 financial crisis why are white c
Paul Manafort’s case has renewed questions that have been asked since the 2008 financial crisis: Why are white-collar criminals so rarely prosecuted? And when they are, why do they seem to get off with lighter punishments? Listen to #RadioAtlantic: https://t.co/rXKldNfmoE
robert mueller s office asked a judge to delay the sentencing of rick gates paul manaforts former partner asse
Robert Mueller's office asked a judge to delay the sentencing of Rick Gates, Paul Manafort’s former partner, asserting Gates "continues to cooperate with respect to several ongoing investigations" https://t.co/c5pKMJoMKR
manaforts lobbying clients have so consistently been linked with systematic human rights abuses that they were
"Manafort’s [lobbying] clients have so consistently been linked with systematic human rights abuses that they were commonly referred to in Washington as 'the torturers’ lobby.'" https://t.co/yExZYZdzMv
paul manaforts lenient 4 year sentence far below the recommended 20 years despite extensive felonies and post
Paul Manafort’s lenient 4-year sentence — far below the recommended 20 years despite extensive felonies and post-conviction obstruction — is a reminder of the blatant inequities in our justice system that we all know about, because they reoccur every week in courts across America
manaforts lawyer came out and just said no collusion which is wild because the judge specifically said no coll
Manafort’s lawyer came out and just said “no collusion” which is wild because the Judge specifically said no collusion had nothing to do with that case and that Mueller is still looking into collusion.
Could it be any clearer, Manafort’s folks are appealing for a pardon?
todays superseding indictment alleging konstantin kilimnik worked with paul manafort to obstruct justice not o
Today’s superseding indictment alleging Konstantin Kilimnik worked with Paul Manafort to obstruct justice not only deepens Manafort’s legal peril, it shows that Trump’s former campaign chair worked with a Russian with reported ties to Russian intelligence to subvert U.S. law.
paul manaforts sentencing this week is further evidence of the glaring disparities in americas judicial system
Paul Manafort’s sentencing this week is further evidence of the glaring disparities in America’s judicial system. People who commit white-collar crimes should be ready to face the same consequences as anyone else who commits a crime.
manaforts sentencing is a gross injustice ignoring sentencing parameters and claiming manafort led a life othe
Manafort’s sentencing is a gross injustice. Ignoring sentencing parameters and claiming Manafort “led a life otherwise blameless” suggests Judge Ellis is patently ignorant of the basic facts of the case. And angling for a presidential judicial appointment. https://t.co/Xm7pmG5KdQ
as we tuck in for the eveampreflect upon manaforts day in court lets remember in 1980 manafort amproger stone
As we tuck in for the eve&reflect upon Manafort’s day in court- Let’s remember, In 1980, Manafort &Roger Stone started a lobbying firm. DJT was 1 of their 1st clients &employed them into the 1990s. When Manafort joined the campaign, knew EXACTLY who Manafort was
manaforts plea deal says that if his convictions are wiped out for any reason for example a pardon from trump
Manafort’s plea deal says that if his convictions are wiped out for any reason, (for example, a pardon from Trump) prosecutors can charge him with any other crimes he committed or confessed to during his plea negotiations https://t.co/Vm0soJpfY8