Congressman Faces 20-Count Indictment for Alleged Fraud

, The Associated Press


Following a two-year investigation of his campaign financing, U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm was indicted Monday on federal mail, wire and tax fraud charges stemming from a restaurant he operated before entering Congress—a case he says is trumped up.

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Originally appeared in print as Congressman Faces 20-Count Indictment for Allegedly Fraudulent Business Practices

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