‘We Build the Wall’ Case Updates

Prosecutors Accuse Last ‘We Build the Wall’ Defendant of Falsifying Records, Threatening Suspected Witness with Supposed Mafia Ties

Prosecutors Ask Judge to Keep Sole Remaining Defendant in We Build the Wall Case from Telling Jury About Steve Bannon’s Pardon

All four were charged with conspiring to defraud donors in We Build the Wall, a crowdfunding effort to build a U.S.-Mexico barrier along the southern border. The charity claimed that every “penny” of the $25 million raised would go toward construction, but prosecutors say that Bannon pocketed $1 million. Kolfage took $350,000 and bought a yacht, a Range Rover SUV, a golf cart, jewelry, and cosmetic surgery with donors’ money, according to the indictment.

Steve Bannon’s Former Accused Co-Conspirators Will Plead Guilty in ‘We Build the Wall’ Case, Prosecutors Reveal

Timeline: Euromaidan, the original “Ukraine Crisis”

Genuine grassroots revolution or NATO backed coup? Here are the facts to help you decide.

Timeline: Euromaidan, the original “Ukraine Crisis”

Related:

George Soros admits to funding the Ukraine crisis [2014]

Canada’s fury at Russia’s recognition of the DPR & LPR shows its continuing subservience to US Empire (Documents Canada’s role in the Euromaidan and the Orange Revolution)

NATO’s relationship with Ukraine, actually started in 1991 when they signed joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council. George Soros invested in the 2004 Orange Revolution and the Euromaidan. Not to mention, Pierre Omidyar co-funded Ukraine revolution groups with US government.

Judge Orders Bannon’s Sugar Daddy to Cough Up $134 Million Over Notorious Yacht + Fugitive Chinese billionaire and Bannon ally threatens to leave the US after judge orders him to pay $134m or face arrest

Fugitive Chinese billionaire and Bannon ally threatens to leave the US after judge orders him to pay $134m or face arrest (Archived)

Related:

Judge Orders Bannon’s Sugar Daddy to Cough Up $134 Million Over Notorious Yacht

The Messy Money Drama Behind Steve Bannon’s Propaganda Machine

$9.8M lawsuit targets convoy leaders after GoFundMe cuts off 10M fund; Tamara Lich quits Maverick Party board & Some Interesting Theories (Updated)

$9.8M lawsuit targets convoy leaders after GoFundMe cuts off 10M fund; Tamara Lich quits Maverick Party board

More & Some Interesting Theories:

‘Significant element’ from U.S. involved in self-described ‘Freedom Convoy’ in Canada, official says

Canada’s ‘freedom convoy’ exposes political missteps — and Donald Trump’s ominous legacy

Canada Must Investigate the Convoy Money

Startling Trump interference points to GoFundMe convoy campaign manipulation

Update:

Protest organizer: No intent to topple government … and no plan to leave until COVID mandates lifted