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Guilty Plea in Contributions Scheme for 2012 House Race
Posted at 7:59 a.m. on March 21, 2013
Daniel Monteiro of Wolcott, CT, pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of conspiracy to make false statements to the FEC. Monteiro gave $2,500 and the co-conspirators (who have pleaded guilty) recruited others to give $17,500 in contributions to a federal campaign and then were reimbursed. FEC records show Monteiro gave to the campaign of Christopher Donovan (D-CT). See Dept. of Justice release.
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