Jesse Jackson Jr. Penning Book to ‘Clear Up His Legacy’

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On Feb. 20, Jackson pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and false statements. His wife, Sandi Jackson, a former Chicago alderman, pleaded guilty that same day to separate charges of filing false tax returns.

He faces 46 to 57 months in prison and his wife faces one to two years behind bars, according to federal sentencing guidelines. Her sentencing is July 1. The cases are in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Jackson, in his plea agreement, said he would pay a judgment of $750,000 and would forfeit to the government any property traceable to his offenses. He also faces a fine of $10,000 to $100,000.

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2 thoughts on “Jesse Jackson Jr. Penning Book to ‘Clear Up His Legacy’

  1. If you think Jesus`s story is flabbergasting,, five weeks ago my girlfriends brother basically got paid $9922 sitting there thirteen hours a week from there house and they’re roomate’s mother-in-law`s neighbour was doing this for 7-months and brought home more than $9922 parttime on there labtop. the steps at this website……..

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