Investigating the “Russian case” spectacular said that the former head of the election headquarters of Donald trump earned in Ukraine for more than $60 million
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The former head of the election headquarters of the American President Donald trump by Paul Manafort earned in Ukraine for more than $60 million this was stated by spectracolor Robert Mueller, according to Bloomberg.
According to the Agency, the Prosecutor intends to prove that Manafort not reported significant income tax returns.
Earlier, lawyers for Manafort demanded to remove from his 474 page, including pictures with him, made in Ukraine. The lawyers said that these materials do not directly relate to the charges “inappropriate, biased and affect the course of the process.”
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The Prosecutor stated that the documents show how Manafort earned in Ukraine, and the people in the photographs were transferred to the political consultant money that was transferred offshore.
In respect of Manafort nominated a number of charges, including illegal lobbying activities in the interests of Ukraine, money laundering and tax evasion. He also is involved in “Russian Affairs” to intervene in the U.S. presidential election in 2016.
According to the text of the charges, Manafort and his business partner Richard gates received an income of tens of millions of dollars, which they concealed with the help of a network of foreign corporations, partnerships and Bank accounts. A shell company was established in Cyprus, Seychelles, in the state of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It was noted that through offshore accounts held more than $75 million.
Manafort and gates provided political consulting through Davis Manafort Partners. In 2011, Manafort created the company DMP International to work with foreign clients. Gates was an employee of both these companies.
Company Manafort worked with the Ukrainian Party of regions Viktor Yanukovych. In the summer of 2017, The New York Times reported that in just two years — from 2012 to 2014, the company received from the Party of regions about $17 million.
Manafort was arrested June 15 after he was accused of attempt of pressure upon witnesses.