#11667268 at 2020-11-16 14:48:46 (UTC+1) Q Research General #14896: By The Don's Early Light Edition
U.S. Attorney Robert Capers, outside the Federal Court in Brooklyn, announced former New York State Senator JohnSampson was sentenced to five years of incarceration following his conviction at trial of obstruction of justice in connection with his efforts to interfere with a federal criminal case against a close associate who had given Sampson an undisclosed $188,500 loan that Sampson never repaid. Sampson was also convicted of two counts of making false statements to agents of the Federal Bureau Investigation.
#9402823 at 2020-06-01 02:48:40 (UTC+1) Q Research General #12034: Woodshed Edition
Sorry to ask….who the hell is JohnSampson ??
#9402695 at 2020-06-01 02:43:57 (UTC+1) Q Research General #12034: Woodshed Edition
>>9402677 JohnSampson, watch your ass!
You should have listened to your Mama!
You should have been a firefighter!
#4001183 at 2018-11-23 04:52:03 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5091: Anons Are Family Edition
Peralta caught up in wiretapping.
"Huntley's wiretapping also recorded conversations with state Sens. Ruth Hassell-Thompson, Jose Peralta, Velmanette Montgomery, Malcolm Smith and former state Sen. and current Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. Smith was arrested last year and charged with bribery, extortion and mail and wire fraud."
A Queens-based New York City councilman was arrested on Wednesday in connection to a corruption investigation.
Ruben Wills, under investigation by New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, was arrested in connection to tens of thousands of dollars in public funds that went missing from a charity run by Wills.
Wills has agreed to surrender the chairmanship of the City Council subcommittee that deals with drug abuse. According to a spokesperson for the councilman, Wills will be prohibited from disbursing city funds to his district in 2014, and the money will be disbursed instead by the speaker's office and the Queens delegation chair.
Last May, former state Sen. Shirley Huntley was sentenced to more than a year in prison on corruption charges after stealing money from a taxpayer-funded charity she controlled. When Huntley was caught by the FBI, she cooperated with authorities and wore a wire during home conversations with other elected officials, including Wills.
Huntley's wire conversation allegedly caught state Sen. JohnSampson suggesting that she use her political influence to help a Queens businessman expand his lease in exchange for money. Sampson was arrested on two counts of embezzlement, five counts of obstruction of justice and two counts of making false statements in an unrelated case amid accusations that he embezzled $440,000 from foreclosure sales of four Brooklyn properties.
Huntley's wiretapping also recorded conversations with state Sens. Ruth Hassell-Thompson, Jose Peralta, Velmanette Montgomery, Malcolm Smith and former state Sen. and current Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. Smith was arrested last year and charged with bribery, extortion and mail and wire fraud.