Saturday, June 15, 2024

Trump Prosecutor Fani Willis Got Donation From Ex City Attorney Convicted of $15M Fraud; Former Atlanta City Attorney Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison for Stealing $15 Million in PPP Funds, and other C-Virus related stories

Trump prosecutor Fani Willis got donation from ex city attorney convicted of $15M fraud:
A former Atlanta city attorney who was sentenced to seven years in prison over a massive $15 million pandemic loan fraud donated to Trump prosecutor Fani Willis’s campaign after applying for the government handouts, records show.
Shelitha Robertson, 62, used some of her ill-gotten windfall for lavish purchases — including a massive 10-carat diamond ring and a Rolls Royce, according to federal prosecutors.
But, she also donated $1,000 to Willis’s Democratic primary election campaign around the time she got the massive payouts from the Paycheck Protection Program, Georgia campaign filings show.
Last year, Willis charged former President Donald Trump with racketeering following a 13-count indictment accusing him of trying to illegally overturn the results of the 2020 election results in Georgia. Trump is one of 19 people indicted in the sprawling case.
He has pleaded not guilty and denies all wrongdoing.
This is not the first scandal to hit Willis since she launched the high-profile prosecution against Trump. The case is currently in legal limbo after Trump and other defendants sought to have Willis removed over her affair with Nathan Wade — another prosecutor.
A judge ruled that the relationship did not present a sufficient conflict of interest to kick Willis off the case, but last week the Georgia Court of Appeals delayed the trial for months after it said it would review the judges decision in October. --->READ MORE HERE
Former Atlanta city attorney sentenced to 7 years in prison for stealing $15 million in PPP funds:
A former City of Atlanta assistant attorney and Atlanta police officer, Shelitha Robertson, 62, has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison after she stole about $15 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans from the government during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Robertson and other co-conspirators got the loans on behalf of four businesses she owned and controlled, the Department of Justice said in a news release Friday.
“The loan applications falsely inflated the number of employees and average monthly payroll for each of the four businesses, resulting in larger PPP loans than Robertson would be legitimately entitled to obtain. Robertson and her co-conspirator, Chandra Norton, also submitted false tax documents to support the inflated statements in each loan application,” the DOJ said.
Robertson used the money she got from the loans to buy luxury items, including a 10-carat diamond ring. The DOJ said she also transferred some of the money to other family members and her co-conspirator, Chandra Norton. --->READ MORE HERE
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