Paul Manafort Faces 305 Years in Prison for Tax Fraud - A Crime that Typically has an Average Sentence of 1 Year and 3 Months! (VIDEO)
By: Jim Hoft
The bank fraud and tax evasion trial for President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort began Tuesday morning in a federal court in Alexandria, VA.
Paul Manafort is in solitary confinement for 23 hours every day.
Paul Manafort faces 305 years in prison for tax evasion crimes.
The Deep State don't play.
His business accomplice Tony Podesta has not been charged with any crimes. Tony Podesta was offered immunity by Dirty Cop Robert Mueller to testify against Paul Manafort in the ongoing witch hunt.
Tuesday night Tucker Carlson had this to say on Mueller's political agenda.
Tucker Carlson: Manafort had his bail revoked. In an unusual penalty for a man with no criminal convictions, he has been held in solitary confinement pretty much ever since for 23 hours a day.
Manafort now faces 305 years in prison. That's several life sentences. So what exactly is Paul Manafort accused of doing? If you guessed murder, guess again.
Most murderers don't get treated like that by the government. The average violent felon in this country receives just six-and-a-half years behind bars. No, Paul Manafort is accused of something far worse than murder - tax evasion and violating banking regulations. The government isn't even suggesting Manafort stole money from a bank. They say he was dishonest on loan applications.
For that: solitary confinement and 305 years in prison... For perspective on that, the average sentence for tax fraud in this country is a year and three months.