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Yet Another BLM Endorsed Candidate Charged With Fraud


Notice a pattern here?

Not a day goes by where some story of a BLM supporter or pundit committing fraud or other financial crimes surfaces, why does this keep happening?

Karen Peterson, a former state senator for Louisiana, has been charged for allegedly conducting a wire-fraud scheme.

Prosecutors claim that Peterson was dipping into her campaign contributions and spending the money on personal expenses throughout the last 7 years. BLM contributed at least $100,000 to her campaign.

The former state senator resigned in April, citing her gambling addiction and mental health problems for her departure from office.

Peterson now faces up to 20 years behind bars and a steep $250,000 fine if convicted:


Conservative Brief had more:

Prosecutors contend the disgraced Democrat used the illegally obtained money for personal expenses unrelated to her campaign, including paying gambling-related expenses.

She compounded her crime by asking contributors for more contributions without disclosing she had used previous donations for personal expenses, the U.S. attorney declared.


The Department of Justice outlined the charge:

The United States Attorney’s Office announced that former Louisiana State Senator and Chair of State Political Party “A”,KAREN CARTER PETERSON, age 52, from New Orleans, Louisiana, was charged today in a one-count bill of information with wire fraud, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1343.


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