A federal jury in Virginia has reached a decision regarding former Trump campaign insider Paul Manafort’s Mueller probe; finding Manafort guilty on eight charges and failing to come to a consensus on the remaining ten.
“In a note passed to Judge T.S. Ellis III on Tuesday afternoon, the jury said it reached a verdict on eight counts. But the jury said it could not come to a decision on ten of the 18 counts,” writes Fox News.
“The jury began deliberating last Thursday after a three week trial where prosecutors said Manafort hid income earned from political work overseas from the IRS while fraudulently obtaining millions in bank loans. Manafort, 69, had pleaded not guilty,” adds the site.
“The judge in the financial crimes trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has declared a mistrial after the jury failed to reach a verdict on 10 counts of the 18,” writes ABC News.
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