Manafort jury told of doctored letter, condo lies, Citizens involvement

BLIND JUSTICE stands outside of U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., where the fraud trial of Paul Manafort is taking place. Testimony Thursday indicated that Manafort tried to defraud Citizens Bank while applying for a real estate loan. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/ANDREW HARRER
BLIND JUSTICE stands outside of U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., where the fraud trial of Paul Manafort is taking place. Testimony Thursday indicated that Manafort tried to defraud Citizens Bank while applying for a real estate loan. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/ANDREW HARRER
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The fraud trial of Paul Manafort resumed with prosecutors offering witnesses to focus on the nine bank-fraud counts against President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman. In addition to the tax charges against Manafort, prosecutors accuse him of obtaining more than $20 million in loans by defrauding Citizens Bank, Banc of California and…

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