Filings Indicate Links Prosecutors Likely To Make In Corrine Brown Fraud Trial
Filings indicate links prosecutors likely to make in Corrine Brown fraud trial
Prosecutors in the fraud trial of former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown filed their list of exhibits Friday and they suggest some of the connections they’ll be looking to make when the trial phase begins Wednesday with opening statements in federal court.
Authorities in their 53-page indictment accuse Brown of pocketing money that people donated to a bogus charity, One Door for Education. She faces 22 charges involving conspiracy, mail or wire fraud and assorted false statement on taxes such as lying about her charity donations.
In one exhibit, prosecutors say Brown’s daughter Shantrel was part of an email …