Friday, June 23, 2017

Trump And The Felon: Inside Donald's Business Dealings With A Mob-Connected Hustler

Graphics by Nick DeSantis and Holly Warfield

Donald Trump And The Felon: Inside His Business Dealings With A Mob-Connected Hustler
Excerpt: "Felix Sater is not a name that has come up much during the presidential campaign. That he has a colorful past is an understatement: The Russian-born Sater served a year in prison for stabbing a man in the face with a margarita glass during a bar fight, pleaded guilty to racketeering as part of a mafia-driven "pump-and-dump" stock fraud and then escaped jail time by becoming a highly valued government informant.
He was also an important figure at Bayrock, a development company and key Trump real estate partner during the 2000s, notably with the Trump SoHo hotel-condominium in New York City, and has said under oath that he represented Trump in Russia and subsequently billed himself as a senior Trump advisor, with an office in Trump Tower."

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