February 12, 2014

Ray Nagin GUILTY Laundry LIST Of Convictions Detailed

Here’s a long list of all the felonies Ray Nagin, former New Orleans mayor:

Hurricane GustavIf you’re keeping count, Nagin was convicted on Wednesday of 20 out of 21 counts of corruption, bribes and a plethora of other stuff.

Count 1: Conspiracy – Guilty


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The charge: Creating, through a variety of bribes and kickbacks, “a scheme and artifice to defraud” the residents of New Orleans of his honest services as a public official. Many of the individual elements of this scheme make up the other 20 crimes with which Nagin was charged.
Maximum prison term: 5 years


Count 2: Bribery – Guilty
The charge: Accepting $60,000 from the three principals of Three Fold Consulting, an engineering firm, in exchange for special treatment.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 3: Bribery – Guilty
The charge: Accepting a $2,500 bribe from Rodney Williams, a principal in Three Fold Consulting, in exchange for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 4: Bribery – Guilty
The charge: Accepting a shipment of granite from Frank Fradella’s company, Home Solutions, in exchange for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 5: Bribery – Guilty
The charge: Accepting a $50,000 bribe from Frank Fradella’s company, Home Solutions, in exchange for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 6: Bribery – Guilty
The charge: Accepting a second shipment of granite from Frank Fradella’s company, Home Solutions, in exchange for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 7: Bribery – Not Guilty
The charge: Accepting a $10,000 bribe arranged by Rodney Williams, a principal in Three Fold Consultants.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 8: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 9: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 10: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 11: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 12: Wire Fraud – Gulity
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 13: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 14: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 15: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 16: Wire Fraud – Guilty
The charge: Accepting, via interstate wire transfer, a $12,500 check from a company associated with Frank Fradella, ostensibly for consulting services after Nagin left office, but really a reward for favorable treatment.
Maximum prison term: 20 years

Count 17: Money Laundering Conspiracy -Guilty
The charge: Conspiring with others to accept money derived from illegal activity, i.e. bribes, and transferring those proceeds through the financial system.
Maximum prison term: 10 years

Count 18: Filing a false tax return – Guilty
The charge: Misstating income on his 2005 tax return.
Maximum prison term: 3 years

Count 19: Filing a false tax return – Guilty
The charge: Misstating income on his 2006 tax return.
Maximum prison term: 3 years

Count 20: Filing a false tax return – Guilty
The charge: Misstating income on his 2007 tax return.
Maximum prison term: 3 years

Count 21: Filing a false tax return – Guilty
The charge: Misstating income on his 2008 tax return.
Maximum prison term: 3 years

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