Boston Activist, hubby charged with Fraud and Conspiracy in Federal Indictment

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Boston Activist, hubby charged with Fraud and Conspiracy in Federal Indictment

Activist Fraud in Boston: What Happened?

People are attempting to commit fraud in a variety of fields these days because it has become so easy for them. We will discuss Black Lives and why they are important in this article. Whereas “Black Lives Matter” activists have put her in the spotlight because her husband is facing federal fraud charges. Federal authorities announced Tuesday that both the husband and wife were involved in a $185,000 donation scam.

Activist Fraud in Boston: What Happened?

According to the US attorney’s office, Monica Cannon-Gray and himself are both charged with using funds from their nonprofit, Violence in Boston, to pay for rent, shopping sprees, hotels, car rentals, auto repairs, meal deliveries, and a summer vacation trip to Maryland.

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Thye is charged with two counts of wire fraud conspiracy, one count of intrigue, 13 counts of wire fraud, and one count of providing false information to a mortgage lender in an 18-count indictment. Cannon is also facing a mail fraud charge. On Tuesday, he was arrested and later released on bail. She will be allowed to work for the nonprofit twice a week, but she will not be able to manage its finances.

Grant was arrested in October by federal agents, who charged him with falsifying a mortgage statement and illegally collecting pandemic unemployment benefits.

“We remain fully convinced Monica will be exonerated when the entire factual record emerges,” said Cannon’s lawyer, Robert Goldstein.

He further says that

“Removing decisions from an incomplete objective record does not convey the fair and fully proclaimed procedure a citizen merits from its government, primarily someone like Monica who has worked tirelessly on behalf of her community,”

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