Former U.S. Congressman Corrine Brown pleads guilty to fraud
A criminal proceeding against former US MP Colleen Brown, one of the first black representatives to be elected to Congress from Florida after the reconstruction, ended Wednesday with her guilty plea in a charity fraud case. Brown, 75, was convicted of 18 counts in 2017 and was released for humanitarian reasons five years before being released for humanitarian reasons due to the coronavirus pandemic and potential harm to older imprisoned people. Served more than two years in prison. A judicial transaction filed in court could impose three years’ imprisonment on prosecution, but federal prosecutors advised judges not to impose additional imprisonment and returned more than $ 62,000 to Democrats. Is ordered to pay the IRS.