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From Your Editors Home Town: Corrine Brown’s jury deliberates Week 3 – EXCLUSIVE! CORRINE BROWN GUILTY ON 18 COUNTS!

Corrine Brown Trial

CORRINE BROWN FOUND GUILTY OF 18 COUNTS (SEE DAY 4 BELOW)

First Post: Meet Jacksonville Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown (D) Charged with 22 Counts of Fraud – Facing 350 Years – Trial Starts Monday. Where’s the MSM?

Week 1:  From Your Editors Home Town: Corrine Brown on Trial Week 1

Week 2: From Your Editor’s Home Town: Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown on Trial for Mail, Wire and Tax Fraud: Week 2

Week 3 – Day 1

Deliberations continue Tuesday in Corrine Brown trial

Former congresswoman denies allegations of federal corruption, fraud

News4Jax By Lynnsey Gardner – Investigative reporter , Jim Piggott – Reporter , Associated Press

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The federal corruption trial of former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown entered its final phase Monday as attorneys for each side presented their closing arguments and the jurors began deliberations.

The deliberations, which began about 1:15 p.m., ended for the day at 5 p.m. and will resume at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Legal analysts say those deliberations could take days. . . . Read Complete Report

Corrine Brown’s jury deliberates

First Coast News  WTLV 11:38 PM. EDT May 08, 2017

They will continue deliberating on Tuesday and it could take days, are there are more than a dozen charges to consider.

Week 3 -Day 2

Corrine Brown absent from court as jury deliberates

Week 3 – Day 3

Juror had to be dismissed in Corrine Brown case

First Coast News WTLV 11:43 PM. EDT May 10, 2017

Steven Dial found out that the other jurors were worried about the one juror that was dismissed, and asked the judge a couple of questions

Week 3 Day 4

CORRINE BROWN GUILTY ON 18 COUNTS!

News4JAX

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Former U.S. Rep Corrine Brown is now a convicted felon 18 times over after she was found guilty Thursday in her federal corruption trial related to the theft of money from an unregistered Virginia-based charity.

Brown, who listened in stunned silence as the verdicts were read, was convicted of conspiracy, five counts of mail fraud, seven counts of wire fraud, one count of scheme to conceal material facts, one count of obstruction of IRS laws and three tax fraud charges. She was found not guilty of two mail fraud counts and two wire fraud counts. . . Read Complete Report

US Department of Justice releases statement on Corrine Brown

First Coast News WTLV 3:36 PM. EDT May 11, 2017

We will continue to bring you updates, sentencing etc. as we continue to bring you complete coverage of this trial of a corrupt public official. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw

From Your Editor’s Home Town: Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown on Trial for Mail, Wire and Tax Fraud: Week 2

 

 

Featured FILE Photo: Corrine Brown and President Obama arriving in Jacksonville Florida aboard Air Force 1. Fair Use.

 

As we head into Week 2 Carla Wiley the President of One Door For Education, the phony charity set up for Congresswoman Corrine Brown as a slush fund, testified in the morning that she, Congresswoman Corrine Brown and her Chief of Staff Ronnie Simmons committed fraud.

Still virtually no MSM coverage. (I searched YouTube and could find only the same local News Outlets featured in our coverage and a few Alternative News videos).  I wonder what kind of coverage there would be if it was a Republican?  Just a thought. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw

Last Week:  From Your Editors Hone Town: Corrine Brown on Trial Week 1

First Post: Meet Jacksonville Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown (D) Charged with 22 Counts of Fraud – Facing 350 Years – Trial Starts Monday. Where’s the MSM?

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Corrine Brown on Trial  Week 2 – Day 1

‘Bogus’ charity president, alleged co-conspirator takes stand in Corrine Brown trial

by: News 104.5 WOKV Updated:

One Door’s founder admits ‘charity’ was slush fund for Corrine Brown

Carla Wiley testifies Monday in former congresswoman’s trial

News4Jax Updated: 7:22 PM, May 01, 2017

In the afternoon Von Alexander, former member of Brown’s congressional team. . .”testified that Brown asked her to fill in the various amount of money totaling many thousands of dollars, deposit them into her bank account and write a check to the congresswoman, for that amount. Alexander said that Brown told her it was for reimbursement for various events.” . . .”Alexander also testified that Simmons would have her do the same, except asked her to put money both into Browns’ account and into Brown’s daughter’s bank account. At one point, Alexander told the prosecutor she “wasn’t in a position to tell Corrine Brown no to things.” . . .Read Complete Report

By Jim Piggott – Reporter


Fake charity head, former staffer and tax preparer testify in Corrine Brown corruption trial

First Coast News  WTLV 6:01 PM. EDT May 01, 2017

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From Your Editor’s Home Town: Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown on Trial: Week One

Due to the lack of coverage of this important trial from the MSM we will cover the whole trial using local coverage from here in Jacksonville Florida on THEI . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw

Jacksonville Florida April 26 – April 28, 2017

Jury selected in Brown corruption trial; Opening statements could begin after lunch break

First Coast News Jacob Rodriguez, WTLV 3:30 PM. EDT April 26, 2017

Photo: Jacksonville Florida Federal Court House. Fair use.

Judge James Klindt told the federal court on Tuesday that he believes the jury will be selected around the lunch break and the trial could start as early as 1 p.m. He added that’s all contingent on if the jury is seated in a timely manner.

By 10 a.m., the potential jury was selected but not yet seated and the court took a brief recess before moving forward with jury seating and instruction. . . . Read Complete Report

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 Corrine Brown Timeline – How We Got Here

First Coast News WTLV 10:49 AM. EDT April 27, 2017


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Who is Judge Corrigan?

Published on Apr 25, 2017

Steven Dial details the background of the judge who is going to be presiding over former Congressowman Corrine Brown’s case.

‘Lying, cheating and stealing’: Corrine Brown’s trial begins in Jacksonville

Action News Jax CBS47/Fox30 10:49 AM. EDT April 27, 2017

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Meet Jacksonville Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown (D) – Charged with 22 Counts of Fraud – Facing 350 years – Trial Starts Monday, Where’s the MSM?

EXCUSE MY INDULGENCE. This is a SUPER LONG PRESENTATION. but I’m pissed at the main stream media for not covering this . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw 

Thoughts From an Underground Insider

 by Dennis Crenshaw

I am covering this because it seems the MSM doesn’t see a story here. Her trial on 22 counts of fraud will start this Monday April 24, 2019 in the Federal Court House here in Jacksonville, Florida.

Corrine Brown has been “representing” the district I live in here in Jacksonville Florida, first as a Member of the Florida House of Representatives from the 17th district  November 6, 1984 – November 3, 1992, then as a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida‘s 5th district from January 3, 1993 – January 3, 2017.

Even though she has been involved in scandal after scandal she has always gotten away with her shenanigans because she is a black woman Democrat in a mostly black district.  Maxine Waters doesn’t hold a candle to Corrine Brown. And I can prove that with this posting and videos.
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