Prosecutors Release Evidence Used to Convict Corrine Brown
Evidence used to convict former Florida Rep. Corrine Brown, including photos of her and a longtime aide depositing money from a bogus charity into personal bank accounts, was released by prosecutors Wednesday.
Brown was found guilty last week of 18 charges including fraud and tax evasion in relation to using a sham charity called One Door for Education as a personal slush fund.
Among documents obtained by News4Jax in Jacksonville were photos of Brown and former chief of staff Ronnie Simmons, who testified against her, depositing money from the charity into her personal bank accounts.
In addition, photos were released …