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    DONALD Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon has faced a number of legal woes over the years. Bannon, who made headlines after his arrest in relation to the court trial about the January 6 US Capitol protests, will now face a maximum of two years behind bars for his actions. 2 On November 12, 2021, Steve Bannon was indicted for his alleged involvement in the January 6 US Capitol riotsCredit: Reuters Who is Steve Bannon? Born November 27, 1953, Bannon is known as an American media executive and political strategist. He is also a former investment banker, who served as the White House's chief strategist under the Trump administration. Prior to his start in politics, the Norfolk, Virginia native signed up for the Navy after leaving college and spent four years at sea aboard a destroyer. After leaving the Navy, Bannon attended Harvard Business School, where he received an MBA, before landing a job at Goldman Sachs. GUNNED DOWN Mom, dad and six-year-old girl are shot dead in horror attack at campgroundTWISTED SOCIETY Inside NYC's secret cult that 'forced gay people...
    DONALD Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon faced a number of legal woes over the years. Aside from his career in politics and with the Trump administration, Bannon made headlines for his arrest and resulting court trial related to the January 6 US Capitol protests. 2 On November 12, 2021, Steve Bannon was indicted for his alleged involvement in the January 6 US Capitol riotsCredit: Reuters Who is Steve Bannon? Born November 27, 1953, Bannon is known as an American media executive and political strategist. He is also a former investment banker, who served as the White House's chief strategist under the Trump administration. Prior to his start in politics, the Norfolk, Virginia native signed up for the Navy after leaving college and spent four years at sea aboard a destroyer. After leaving the Navy, Bannon attended Harvard Business School, where he received an MBA, before landing a job at Goldman Sachs. KILLER BEASTS Monkeys throw baby to his death from roof after snatching him from his motherMALL TERROR Gunman shot dead by 'Good Samaritan' after '3 killed & 2 hurt'...
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    The House of Representatives voted in favor of a criminal contempt referral for Bannon in late October. The indictment could serve as a warning to others who have been subpoenaed but have yet to comply with the demands of the Jan. 6 committee. Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff of California specifically cited it as a warning in a tweet he posted after the indictment was reported. "A grand jury just indicted Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress. Let this send a message to all those with knowledge of the attack on our democracy: The days of defying subpoenas with impunity are over," tweeted Schiff. A grand jury just indicted Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress.\n\nLet this send a message to all those with knowledge of the attack on our democracy:\n\nThe days of defying subpoenas with impunity are over.\n\nWe will expose those responsible for Jan 6.\n\nNo one is above the law. — Adam Schiff (@Adam Schiff) 1636754063 "We will expose those responsible for Jan 6," he added. "No one is above the law." Here's...
    WASHINGTON (CBS NEWS) — Steve Bannon, who was a top adviser to former President Donald Trump, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of contempt of Congress for his failure to comply with a subpoena from the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Justice Department announced Friday. Bannon is expected to turn himself in Monday morning and appear in court that afternoon. READ MORE: UPDATE: Teenager Cited for Making Multiple Bomb Threats at South Bay SchoolsHe is charged with one contempt count involving his refusal to appear for a deposition, and another involving his refusal to produce documents to the House select committee. READ MORE: 4-Month-Old Baby Inside Stolen Minivan Found Safe in Concord; Suspect At Large“In fact,” the unsealed indictment reads, “Bannon had not communicated with the Select Committee in any way since accepting service of the subpoena on September 24, 2021.” Friday’s indictment out of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C. further alleges that Bannon, “made no substantive submission for the Select Committee’s deliberations,...
    J. Scott Applewhite/AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.The Department of Justice indicted former Trump adviser Stephen K. Bannon on two counts of contempt of Congress on Friday afternoon, after he refused to appear for a deposition or comply with a House subpoena for documents relating to the January 6 attack on the Capitol. Over the past few weeks, the House Select Committee has requested documents from dozens of former Trump staffers that they hoped would help them determine the former president’s level of responsibility in the attempt to overturn the election. But until now, it has been unclear how the House would compel former members of the Trump administration to comply with their requests. If convicted of contempt of Congress, Bannon could face up to a year in prison. The DOJ’s press release is here, and the full indictment is here. This is a breaking news story and will be updated.
    J. Scott Applewhite/AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.The Department of Justice indicted former Trump adviser Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress Friday afternoon after he refused to appear for a deposition or comply with a House subpoena for documents relating to the January 6 attack on the Capitol. Over the past few weeks, the House Select Committee has requested documents from dozens of former Trump staffers that they hoped would help them determine the former president’s level of responsibility in the attempt to overturn the election. But until now, it has been unclear how the House would compel former members of the Trump administration to comply with their requests. If convicted of contempt of Congress, Bannon could face up to a year in jail. The DOJ’s press release is here, and the full indictment is here. This is a breaking news story and will be updated.
    Steve Bannon, a longtime ally to former President Donald Trump, was indicted Friday on two counts of contempt of Congress after he defied a congressional subpoena from the House committee investigating the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.The Justice Department said Bannon, 67, was indicted on one count for refusing to appear for a deposition and the other for refusing to provide documents in response to the committee's subpoena. It wasn't immediately clear when he would be due in court.Attorney General Merrick Garland said the indictment reflects the Justice Department's "steadfast commitment" to ensuring that the department adheres to the rule of law.Each count carries a minimum of 30 days of jail and a sentence of up to a year behind bars.Bannon's attorney did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.
    President Donald Trump's former top strategist Steve Bannon was indicted by a grand jury on Friday after he defied a subpoena to testify before the House's select committee on the January 6th Capitol attack.  Two charges were filed against Bannon over his refusal to appear before Congress and his refusal to give up docuements.  A judge has issued an arrest warrant.     The House of Representatives voted 22 days ago to hold Bannon in contempt, which moved the complaint to the Justice Department.  'Since my first day in office, I have promised Justice Department employees that together we would show the American people by word and deed that the department adheres to the rule of law, follows the facts and the law and pursues equal justice under the law,' said Attorney General Merrick Garland in a statement announcing the indictment. 'Today’s charges reflect the department’s steadfast commitment to these principles.'  If convicted, Bannon could face as little as 30 days or up to one year in prison on each count.  Fines range between $100 and $1,000.  Steve Bannon was indicted by...
    Jessica Schneider at CNN is reporting that a federal grand jury has handed down an indictment for Steve Bannon. Prosecutors reportedly presented the indictment along with an arrest warrant to a federal judge on Friday afternoon.  x"Bannon, 67, is charged with one contempt count involving his refusal to appear for a deposition and another involving his refusal to produce documents, despite a subpoena from the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol," DOJ confirms.— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) November 12, 2021 The need to empanel a federal grand jury would definitely explain where a lot of the time went since Bannon's citation was referred by the House.  NPR now has a story up on the indictment. Bannon is facing two charges of contempt, one for his failure to testify, another for his failure to turn over requested documents. Attorney General Merrick Garland has issued a statement: "Since my first day in office, I have promised Justice Department employees that together we would show the American people by word and deed that the department adheres to the rule...
    Steve Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury for defying a subpoena from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. “Stephen K. Bannon was indicted today by a federal grand jury on two counts of contempt of Congress stemming from his failure to comply with a subpoena issued by the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol," the Justice Department said in a statement Friday. “Since my first day in office, I have promised Justice Department employees that together we would show the American people by word and deed that the department adheres to the rule of law, follows the facts and the law and pursues equal justice under the law,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement . “Today’s charges reflect the department’s steadfast commitment to these principles.” Bannon declined to cooperated with congressional investigators, citing former President Donald Trump's claims of executive privilege. This story is still developing and will be updated. Former White House strategist Steve Bannon. (AP Photo/Al Drago) News Steve Bannon...
    Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon exits the Manhattan Federal Court, following his arraignment hearing for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, August 20, 2020.Andrew Kelly | Reuters A federal grand jury indicted former Trump advisor Steve Bannon on Friday on charges of contempt of Congress that stemmed from his refusal to comply with a subpoena from House lawmakers investigating the deadly Capitol riot. Bannon faces two counts of contempt of Congress for refusing to provide documents to the congressional investigators and refusing to sit for a deposition, the Department of Justice said in a press release. "Today's charges reflect the Department's steadfast commitment to these principles," Attorney General Merrick Garland said in the statement. This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    Former Trump adviser Stephen K. Bannon was indicted Friday by a Washington, D.C. grand jury for contempt of Congress over his failure to comply with a subpoena ordering him to testify before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol siege. More to come
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    Stephanie Keith/Getty Images Steve Bannon, former chief of staff to President Donald Trump, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for contempt of Congress. This is a developing story and will be updated. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    (CNN)A triple amputee war veteran who was indicted last year along with Steve Bannon and two others, in an alleged scheme to defraud donors to a crowdfunding effort to build a private US-Mexico border wall, was indicted Thursday for filing false information on his 2019 federal income tax returns, the Justice Department announced.Brian Kolfage, the local president of "We Build the Wall," was accused by the acting US Attorney for the Northern District of Florida of receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from multiple organizations during 2019, including We Build the Wall Inc., which were deposited into his personal bank account.Prosecutors say Kolfage allegedly failed to report this income to the IRS.Kolfage will make his initial appearance on this indictment on May 27 at the US Courthouse in Pensacola, Florida. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years' imprisonment. CNN has reached to Kolfage's attorney for comment.Read MoreKolfage, of Miramar Beach, Florida, is also facing a separate federal indictment out of the Southern District of New York for fraud and money laundering-related offenses. New York federal prosecutors charged Kolfage, Bannon...
    Steve Bannon is charged with defrauding Trump supporters who wanted to donate to the border wall, but he's still making a podcast to help Trump's reelection. Steve Bannon's indictment on federal fraud charges hasn't stopped him from hosting a podcast that's meant to boost Donald Trump's 2020 reelection bid. Bannon posted a pre-debate edition of the show on Tuesday, in which he said Trump "ought to take [Joe Biden] up on his corruption" calling Biden the "swamp." "That's what the president of the United States has got to hang on him today," Bannon said on the show.
    Part of Donald Trump's border wall is set to collapse just months after it was constructed due to erosion, a new engineering report has warned. The report, which is one of two studies to be filed to federal court later this week, found that the border wall along the shore of Rio Grande is at risk of buckling due to construction flaws. The three-mile private border was only built earlier this year by North Dakota-based Fisher Sand and Gravel, the Texas Tribune reported.  A three-mile stretch of Donald Trump's private border wall at Rio Grande (above) is in danger of collapse due to erosion, a new engineering report has warned The documents, which were initially reported on by ProPublica and The Texas Tribune, found that sections of the fence were at risk of overturning if the erosion was not fixed and maintained. Tommy Fisher, the company's owner, had previously dismissed the concerns as normal post-construction issues. The border wall was partly funded by private donors from We Build the Wall nonprofit, who raised more than $25million to help President Donald Trump's project....
    (CNN)The three associates of Steve Bannon who were charged Thursday with defrauding donors to a crowdfunded effort to build a private US-Mexico border wall include a triple-amputee Iraq War veteran who helped run a right-wing Facebook page, a former writer for Bannon's Breitbart news website, and a real estate agent who started a company that sells energy drinks emblazoned with the President's face. According to the federal indictment, the three men -- Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, and Timothy Shea -- conspired with Bannon to profit off the wall-building effort, funneling money to themselves through sham nonprofits and shell corporations even as they publicly insisted every dollar donated would go to constructing a border wall. And all three mixed conservative causes with business ventures since long before the "We Build the Wall" GoFundMe raised $25 million dollars after going viral in 2018. None of the three responded to requests for comment from CNN. Fact check: Trump knows most people involved in private border wall project, despite claiming not toIn the wake of the indictment Thursday, President Donald Trump played down his...
    Steve Bannon's arrest in connection with an alleged We Build The Wall fundraising scam was assisted by an unlikely group of law enforcement officers: armed inspectors from the US Postal Service.  Bannon, once one of President Donald Trump's top aides, was taken into custody on Thursday morning after a Coast Guard vessel stopped him on a yacht owned by exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui off the coast of Connecticut.  The first officers to step on the deck of the yacht were gun-toting members of the US Postal Investigative Service (USPIS), who swept the boat before federal agents came in to put Bannon in handcuffs.  The central role USPIS played in the stunning arrest helped pull the agency out of obscurity as most Americans were likely unaware about its centuries-old arm that's tasked with investigating an array of crimes facilitated by the mail - including child exploitation, cybercrime, drug trafficking and financial crimes. Steve Bannon's arrest in connection with an alleged We Build The Wall fundraising scam was assisted by an unlikely group of law enforcement officers: armed inspectors from...
    Steve Bannon, a former adviser to President Trump, on Thursday pleaded not guilty in federal court in Manhattan after being indicted with three others in connection with an online fundraising campaign that prosectors claim defrauded donors of hundreds of thousands of dollars. This story is developing. Check back for updates.
            by Larry Neumeister, Colleen Long, and Jill Colvin  NEW YORK, New York (AP) — President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon was arrested Thursday on charges that he and three others “orchestrated a scheme to defraud hundreds of thousands of dollars” from donors to an online fundraising effort to build a southern border wall, making him the latest in a long list of Trump associates to be indicted or charged. The “We Build The Wall” fundraiser was headed by men who pushed their close ties to President Trump and raised more than $25 million. They touted their effort to help the president realize his vision of a physical border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, especially after Trump’s effort to redirect millions in government funds, was held up through lawsuits by open-border activists. But according to the criminal charges unsealed Thursday, little of the wall was actually constructed. Instead, the money lined the pockets of some of those involved. Bannon, who served in Trump’s 2016 campaign and the White House, allegedly received over $1 million...
    Washington — Federal prosecutors in New York announced Thursday that Steve Bannon, President Trump's former White House chief strategist, has been indicted along with three others for allegedly defrauding donors to a $25 million fundraising campaign to build a wall along the southern border. Acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Audrey Strauss said Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato and Timothy Shea were arrested Thursday morning. Bannon, 66, was taken into custody by agents from the U.S. Postal Service, a law enforcement source said, and is set to appear before a federal judge in Manhattan. The indictment was unsealed Thursday morning. Bannon joined the Trump campaign in 2016 and subsequently served in the White House as chief strategist until being forced out in August 2017. He is the sixth close associate of the president to face federal charges since 2017. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Mr. Trump distanced himself from Bannon on Thursday, telling reporters at the White House that "I haven't been dealing with him for a very long period of time." The...
    Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon was among four people indicted Thursday on charges of defrauding donors in an online fundraising scheme, "We Build The Wall." Read the charging documents below. App users click here. KolfageIndictment.pdf by Fox News on Scribd
    Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has been indicted on charges he defrauded donors to a $25 million campaign to build a border wall, federal prosecutors in Manhattan said Thursday. Bannon and others are accused of ripping off donations to the “We Build the Wall” online fundraiser. Audrey Strauss, acting US attorney for the Southern District of New York, said the defendants “defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction.” Bannon, the former chief strategist to President Trump, personally pocketed $1 million in contributions meant for construction of the border wall, funneled through a nonprofit under his control, prosecutors alleged. Steve BannonGetty Images Meanwhile, “We Build the Wall” founder Brian Kolfage, 38, promised donors he wouldn’t take a single penny from the pot — but Bannon and their cohorts “secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to Kolfage, which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle,” Strauss said. Bannon, Kolfage and two...
    Federal authorities have charged former White House adviser Steve Bannon with defrauding “hundreds of thousands of donors” with a campaign purportedly set up to build a wall along the U.S. southern border. Along with Bannon, authorities arrested three other We Build The Wall organizers and executives: Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, and Timothy Shea. The We Build The Wall nonprofit has raised over $25 million since it was announced in early 2019. The United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) announced the indictments and arrests in a press release on Friday. Each man involved is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. Each charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. “As alleged, the defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction,” Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said in a statement. “While repeatedly assuring donors...
    Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and triple-amputee Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage were indicted Thursday for allegedly defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors who donated to their crowdfunded border wall project Kolfage and Bannon raised more than $25 million into their nonprofit group We Build The Wall under the false pretense that all money raised would be spent on construction, the Justice Department said. “While repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Kolfage, the founder and public face of We Build the Wall, would not be paid a cent, the defendants secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to Kolfage, which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle,” Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said in a statement. Kolfage and Bannon, who served as the advisory board chair of the nonprofit group, “schemed to hide their misappropriation of funds by creating sham invoices and accounts to launder donations and covering up their crimes, showing no regard for the law or the truth,” Inspector-in-Charge Philip Bartlett added. “This case should serve as a warning to other fraudsters that no one...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- President Donald Trump's former campaign boss Steve Bannon was among four people charged with bilking donors of the "We Build the Wall" crowdfunding campaign out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.Bannon was arrested Friday morning at his home in Washington, DC, by US Postal Inspection Service and investigators with the Southern District of New York on allegations that he and others made false representations about the campaign.Authorities say Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato and Timothy Shea falsely assured donors that the organizers were not taking a penny of donation money, but Bannon himself is alleged to have taken at least $1 million to pay for personal expenses."As alleged, the defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction," acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said. "While repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Kolfage, the founder and public face of We Build the Wall, would not be paid a cent, the defendants secretly...
    Bannon and the other men assured donors that "100% of the funds raised" would go toward building the wall. However, that was not true. According to the charges, Bannon received more than $1 million from the funds raised, and used hundreds of thousands of dollars of that on personal expenses. Bannon and the other men are alleged to have used a shell company to conceal the payments the men took from the fund. The crowdfunding campaign to build the wall has been panned, including by locals who called the half-mile of wall a "bunch of bullshit" that didn't work. Donors to the crowdfunding campaign even grew suspicious that they were being ripped off, taking to the group's Facebook page to question what the group was doing with the money. After the tiny piece of wall the group built began to show signs of erosion, even Trump himself criticized the project, saying in July that it was "only done to make me look bad" — even though it was built by his supporters. Bannon becomes the latest Trump ally to be...
    Former White House advisor Steve Bannon has been indicted on charges he defrauded donors of a $25 million campaign to build a border wall, federal prosecutors said Thursday. Bannon and others are accused of ripping off donations to the “We Build the Wall” online fundraiser. The charges were announced Thursday morning by prosecutors in Manhattan’s Southern District of New York. Filed under donald trump ,  steve bannon ,  8/20/20
    Steve Bannon and three other defendants have been federally indicted in a press release from the U.S. Department of Justice which accuses the four of using the ‘We Build The Wall’ campaign to “(funnel) hundreds of thousands of dollars” to Brian Kolfage, one of the three people named in the indictment. All three were arrested Thursday morning, the release reported. Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss, in the statement, called the ‘We Build The Wall’ campaign a “scheme” to fund Kolfage’s “lavish lifestyle”: As alleged, the defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction. While repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Kolfage, the founder and public face of We Build the Wall, would not be paid a cent, the defendants secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to Kolfage, which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle. READ NEXT: John Kasich DNC Speech Draws Fire on Left & Right
    Former Trump campaign strategist Steve Bannon and several other alleged co-conspirators have been indicted by the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York for allegedly defrauding people who donated money to the “We Build The Wall” campaign, an effort aimed at privately funding a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. This is a breaking news story. More information about Bannon’s indictment will be provided as it becomes available.
    President Trump’s former adviser Steve Bannon was indicted for his alleged role in a scam that raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars. Audrey Strauss, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Philip R. Bartlett, Inspector-in-Charge of the New York Field Office, unsealed indictments on Thursday morning for Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, and Timothy Shea. The four men led the “We Build the Wall” fundraiser that sought donations to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, which was a 2016 campaign promise from President Trump. The group raised more than $25 million. “As alleged, the defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction," Strauss said in a statement. "While repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Kolfage, the founder and public face of We Build the Wall, would not be paid a cent, the defendants secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to Kolfage, which he...
    STEVE Bannon and four others were indicted for illegally funneling funds, reports say. The former advisor to President Trump and four others have been indicted for illegally funneling money from the "We Build The Wall" fund, according to an NBC reporter. BREAKING / NBC News: Former advisor to President Trump, Steve Bannon, and four others have been indicted for illegally funneling money from the "We Build The Wall" fund.— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) August 20, 2020 The news first emerged on Twitter on Thursday morning. Most read in NewsEVELYN MURDER CHARGEMom of baby Evelyn Boswell charged with murdering herBLM CLASHNJ Black Lives Matter leader charged with hitting elderly man, 68, during rallyFAMILY BUSINESSKim Jong-un hands more power to sister due to 'stress', claims spy agencyPASTOR’S WIFE ‘DEAD’‘Decomposing body of missing mom' found in car in a shipping containerFORT DEATHAnother Fort Hood soldier dies as trooper, 22, becomes 11th killed this year'SNAPBACK'Trump demands return of Iran sanctions and vows regime 'will never have nukes'
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