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David Voreacos


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Past articles by David:

Billionaire Robert Brockman Offers to Put Up $1.45 Billion to Ease IRS Liens

The billionaire is facing the largest ever U.S. tax evasion case. → Read More

UAE Royals Said to Direct Tom Barrack’s Influence Campaign

Just weeks after Donald Trump’s election in November 2016, American billionaire Tom Barrack received a royal welcome in the United Arab Emirates. → Read More

IRS Pursues Promoters of Green Tax Breaks Worth Tens of Billions

A strategy long used by farmers and conservationists lures investors seeking shelters. → Read More

From Intern to Co-Defendant: Tom Barrack Protege Faces Loyalty Test

Working for Tom Barrack took Matthew Grimes to some exciting places -- he flew on private planes to international destinations, lived on a $15 million estate and even partied at the inauguration of former President Donald Trump. → Read More

Trump CFO’s Luxury Perks Could Lead to Long Prison Sentence

Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg made $940,000 a year from 2011 to 2018, but much of that was “off the books,” Manhattan prosecutors claim. → Read More

Ex-Fugee Pras Met FBI to Help China Locate Dissident, U.S. Says

Former hip-hop artist Prakazrel “Pras” Michel, a member of the chart-topping 1990s group the Fugees, met with FBI agents to try to learn the whereabouts of a Chinese dissident sought by the regime in Beijing, as well as details of his security arrangements. → Read More

‘We Build The Wall’ Co-Founder Kolfage Indicted in Tax Case

Brian Kolfage, whose work with Stephen Bannon to raise money for a U.S.-Mexico border wall resulted in a federal fraud indictment last year, faces new tax fraud charges. → Read More

Houston attorney charged in $225 million tax fraud

The charges are linked to the case of Robert Brockman, a Houston businessman accused of... → Read More

Pennsylvania High Court to Consider Some Trump Ballot Claims

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said it will consider claims by President Donald Trump’s campaign that around 8,000 Philadelphia mail-in ballots should be disqualified because they weren’t filled out properly. → Read More

How to Succeed in Private Banking—or Maybe Get in a Lot of Trouble

A legal fight shows the symbiotic relationship between the superwealthy and their money whisperers. → Read More

Congress Wants Information. Trump Says No. What Next?

The U.S. Congress has the power to demand testimony and documents and to hold accountable those who refuse to comply. As president, Donald Trump wields the power known as executive privilege to declare swaths of information off-limits to the legislative branch. These and other competing interests will define the coming weeks of legal and constitutional clashes as Democrats in the House of… → Read More

The Battles Ahead Over What Congress Demands on Trump

The U.S. Congress has the power to demand testimony and documents and to hold accountable those who refuse to comply. As president, Donald Trump wields the power known as executive privilege to declare swaths of information off-limits to the legislative branch. Plus, like all Americans, he has the right to have confidential communications with his attorney, Rudolph Giuliani. These and other… → Read More

Epstein created trust with $578 million days before suicide

Jeffrey Epstein wrote a will just two days before his suicide, placing $578 million in assets in a trust, a move which could complicate efforts to collect damages by women who say he sexually abused them. → Read More

Epstein’s victims will pursue civil cases against his estate

Jeffrey Epstein is dead in an apparent suicide, but the women who say he sexually abused them plan to seek justice by suing his estate and helping any prosecutions of his enablers, according to lawyers and one of the women. → Read More

Oliver North Claims That the NRA’s Leader Defamed Him

Former National Rifle Association President Oliver North accused the group’s leader, Wayne LaPierre, of defaming him, forcing him out of the gun rights group and retaliating after North raised questions about lavish spending and financial mismanagement. → Read More

Paul Manafort Seeks Mercy From D.C. Judge Who’ll Punish Him

“Mr. Manafort has been punished substantially, including the forfeiture of most of his assets,” attorneys for the former international political strategist told U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in a court filing Monday. Manafort, 69, pleaded guilty to two conspiracy counts before Jackson in September → Read More

Judge Spells Out How Manafort Lied About Russian Associate

Paul Manafort lied repeatedly to prosecutors about his contact with a Russian associate whom Special Counsel Robert Mueller said is tied to Russian intelligence, according to a judge who also said she couldn’t tell if he was a spy or not. → Read More

Mueller Recommends 19-24 Years in Prison for Paul Manafort

Special Counsel Robert Mueller recommended that Paul Manafort serve 19 to 24 years in prison after a jury convicted him last year of tax and bank fraud, signaling that his role in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is nearing an end. → Read More

Manafort’s Russian Aide Communicated With Ex-U.S. Officials

Paul Manafort’s longtime business associate, whom Special Counsel Robert Mueller says has ties to Russian intelligence services, interacted with former U.S. State Department officials, according to a revised court transcript. → Read More

As Trump Cries ‘No Collusion,’ Other Campaign Inquiries Close In

The tawdry tale of a hush money payment to a porn actress has ballooned into an investigation of considerable peril to people around President Donald Trump’s campaign. → Read More