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Corrine Brown, former U.S. consultant, reports to federal prison for fraud

COLEMAN, Fla. (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown has begun serving a five-year federal sentence for her section in a fraud scheme that helped finish her lengthy profession.

The Florida Times-Union reports that Brown surrendered Monday at a minimum-security camp on the Coleman Federal Correction Complex in central Florida.

The 71-year-old Democrat was once sentenced for fraud in addition to mendacity on tax returns and different paperwork about source of revenue from a purported charity for deficient scholars that she used as a non-public slush fund.

Brown is interesting her conviction, pronouncing it was once incorrect for the trial pass judgement on to disregard a juror who claimed the “Holy Spirit” informed him she’s blameless.

 

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