Prus Michel convicted in international conspiracy scheme

rapper Prasad Michel Indicted Wednesday on ten criminal counts in connection with an international conspiracy to help China influence the politics and government of the United States.

Former Fugees member charged with aiding fugitive Malaysian businessman take it Helping the Chinese government to reach the highest levels of US government. This reportedly included reaching out to former presidents Donald Trump And Barack ObamaAccording to CNN.

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Prus Michel found guilty of 10 counts related to international conspiracy with China

The rapper was reportedly found guilty of “conspiracy to defraud the United States” and “witness tampering.” In addition, he was found guilty of “acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government”.

CNN reports that Mitchell could face up to 20 years in prison. However, no sentencing date has yet been set for the rapper.

Additionally, as the New York Post reported, Rappler has maintained his innocence.

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Last week, the Grammy-winning artist testified that Lo paid her $20 million in 2012 to secure a photo of herself with Obama. Prosecutors claim that Mitchell then directed more than $800,000 of those funds to Obama’s re-election campaign through several straw donors.

Mitchell testified that he thought he could spend the money as he saw fit. Additionally, he stated that he had never worked under Lo’s direction.

“I could have bought 12 elephants with this,” he told the jury.

Prosecutors alleged that after Trump was elected in 2016, Lo allegedly came again to Michelle.

It was around that time that federal authorities began investigating Lo and his alleged embezzlement of billions of dollars from 1MBD – a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund and strategic development company.

Lo reportedly sent over $100 million to Mitchell in an effort to influence the US government. Additionally, the purpose of the money was allegedly to block the investigation of the Malaysian businessman.

According to federal prosecutors, at the direction of the Chinese government, Mitchell also supported the extradition of Chinese dissident Guo Wengui.

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Meanwhile, Mitchell testified that he had attempted to find an attorney for Low in the United States. Additionally, he stated that the $100 million was for a media business he was starting.

He denied that the massive investment had come at a low.

According to a New York Post report, Lo, who is believed to be living in China, was sentenced in absentia to 10 years in a Kuwait prison last month over $4.5 billion linked to 1MDB. was stolen.

$1 billion was laundered through Kuwait through Chinese currency. The outlet reported that this was due to Low’s attempt to keep the money out of the US banking system “and out of reach of the Justice Department and its investigators”.