M.N.: Manafort, tell absolutely, 100% everything you know or you will die in prison, and you will die badly.- 3:44 PM 3/13/2019

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M.N.: Manafort, tell absolutely, 100% everything you know or you will die in prison, and you will die badly. 

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New York Charges Paul Manafort With 16 Crimes. If He's Convicted ...

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Paul J. Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, has been charged in New York with mortgage fraud and more than a dozen ...
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Manafort sentencing highlights Russia probe looming over Trump

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Washington (CNN) Paul Manafort's final date with his legal destiny on Wednesday -- barring a presidential pardon -- is sure to show why ...
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Did Paul Manafort outmaneuver Robert Mueller? His sentencing ...

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For Robert Mueller, Wednesday's sentencing will also answer a more provocative and embarrassing question: was he played by Paul Manafort ...
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Встреча с главой компании «Газпром» Алексеем Миллером • Президент России | Paul Manafort Is Sentenced to 3.5 More Years in Prison All Saved Stories In Brief - 250 » Manafort Gives Statement At Sentencing: 'I Am Sorry For What I Have Done' | Hallie Jackson | MSNBC 13/03/19 12:26 - 1:21 PM 3/13/2019

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M.N.: These people, Jared and Ivanka Kushners, are not "kids". They are determined predators-creeps, self-serving, amoral, perverse, having only the self-enrichment goal in mind, with the very clear intentions of using the US government as the instrument of their enrichment.

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M.N.: These people, Jared and Ivanka Kushners, are not "kids". They are determined, aggressive, masking predators-creeps; self-serving, amoral, perverse, having only the self-enrichment purposes in mind, with the very clear goals and intentions of using the US government as the instrument of their enrichment. 

Paul Manafort Is Sentenced to 3.5 More Years in Prison

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The special counsel has not requested a specific sentence in any criminal case it has brought. In the case before Judge Jackson, prosecutors said that Mr. Manafort had “repeatedly and brazenly” violated a host of laws and did not deserve any breaks. Even though sentencing guidelines recommended a prison term of up to 22 years, the maximum sentence was governed by the statutes, not the guidelines, and so was limited to 10 years.
The judge sentenced Mr. Manafort to five years on the first conspiracy count, but said 30 months of that would be served concurrently with the Virginia sentence because of the overlap between the two cases. On the second conspiracy count, which involved obstruction of justice, she sentenced him to 13 months, saying that his efforts to influence witnesses had “largely been nipped in the bud.”
Judge Jackson tends to be relatively lenient on convicted criminals who appear before her. In the five years that ended in 2017, she handed down an average prison sentence of just 32 months, below both the Washington district’s 46-month average and the nationwide average of 47 months, according to court data maintained by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse.
But Judge Jackson has gone out of her way to make clear that being well-connected earns no chits in her court. “She knows who commits white-collar crime,” said Heather Shaner, a Washington lawyer who represented an embezzler in her court. “And she thinks it’s perfectly fine to punish them if they commit a crime and hold them to a higher standard because they have the education, and because they have the wealth.”
Six years ago, she sentenced the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Jr., the former Illinois congressman and son of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, to 30 months in prison for stealing $750,000 from his campaign to pay personal expenses. He had asked for probation. But she told him: “How would I explain a probationary sentence to those troubled youths who are locked up, who didn’t start where you started, and were not given what you were given?
“It would be read one way and one way only, as a clear statement that there are two systems of justice: one for the well-connected, and one for everyone else,” she added. “I cannot do it. I will not do it.”

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Ukraine repairs aircraft and other equipment for Astana, including S-300 air defense systems and 2S3 Acatsia self-propelled howitzers.
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Paul Manafort Is Sentenced to 3.5 More Years in Prison

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The special counsel has not requested a specific sentence in any criminal case it has brought. In the case before Judge Jackson, prosecutors said that Mr. Manafort had “repeatedly and brazenly” violated a host of laws and did not deserve any breaks. Even though sentencing guidelines recommended a prison term of up to 22 years, the maximum sentence was governed by the statutes, not the guidelines, and so was limited to 10 years.
The judge sentenced Mr. Manafort to five years on the first conspiracy count, but said 30 months of that would be served concurrently with the Virginia sentence because of the overlap between the two cases. On the second conspiracy count, which involved obstruction of justice, she sentenced him to 13 months, saying that his efforts to influence witnesses had “largely been nipped in the bud.”
Judge Jackson tends to be relatively lenient on convicted criminals who appear before her. In the five years that ended in 2017, she handed down an average prison sentence of just 32 months, below both the Washington district’s 46-month average and the nationwide average of 47 months, according to court data maintained by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse.
But Judge Jackson has gone out of her way to make clear that being well-connected earns no chits in her court. “She knows who commits white-collar crime,” said Heather Shaner, a Washington lawyer who represented an embezzler in her court. “And she thinks it’s perfectly fine to punish them if they commit a crime and hold them to a higher standard because they have the education, and because they have the wealth.”
Six years ago, she sentenced the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Jr., the former Illinois congressman and son of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, to 30 months in prison for stealing $750,000 from his campaign to pay personal expenses. He had asked for probation. But she told him: “How would I explain a probationary sentence to those troubled youths who are locked up, who didn’t start where you started, and were not given what you were given?
“It would be read one way and one way only, as a clear statement that there are two systems of justice: one for the well-connected, and one for everyone else,” she added. “I cannot do it. I will not do it.”

Russians trying to squeeze Ukrainian defense companies out of Kazakhstan, Indonesia - news economics

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Ukraine repairs aircraft and other equipment for Astana, including S-300 air defense systems and 2S3 Acatsia self-propelled howitzers.
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The most predictable risk of the recent scandal around Ukroboronprom is the complication of Ukraine's military-technical cooperation with a number of foreign partners with simultaneous strengthening in these areas of the Russian Federation. Mainly, it is the countries that have a long history of relations with Moscow.
First of all, it is about Kazakhstan. The experts involved in special exports explain why the investigation focused exactly the contract with Astana for the overhaul of an An-26 aircraft, and how Moscow will play this car, according to a piece on Censor.net by an advisor to Ukroboronprom CEO, Andriy Masalsky 
Firstly, the presence of Ukroboronprom enterprises in the Kazakhstan market of military equipment and special services does not allow the Russian Federation to monopolize it completely.
It was the Ukrainians who taught the Kazakhs to repair the T-72 tanks, providing them with the necessary equipment, specialists and technology. Ukrainian support convinced Kazakhstan to abandon the bid for the Russian T-90. Ukraine also repairs other equipment for Astana, including air defense systems S-300, self-propelled howitzers 2S3 Acatsia, etc.

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