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Steve Bannon spills, bank account may hold fraud evidence.

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TLDR: Steve Bannon Admits Bank Account May Have Evidence of Fraud

Steve Bannon is facing potential consequences for failing to pay his lawyer and is now trying to block a review of his personal finances, which may contain evidence of his border wall fraud scheme. Bannon’s lawyer, Harlan Protass, argued that allowing the law firm to review Bannon’s bank statements would compromise his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. Bannon, who was convicted by a Washington jury in 2022 for his involvement in the January 6th attack on the Capitol, is currently appealing the judgment. He is also facing criminal charges in New York related to his involvement in a scammy project called “We Build the Wall.” Bannon’s refusal to pay his lawyer and the potential evidence in his bank account add to his mounting legal troubles.

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Steve Bannon is facing potential consequences for failing to pay his lawyer and is now trying to block a review of his personal finances, which may contain evidence of his border wall fraud scheme. Bannon’s lawyer, Harlan Protass, argued that allowing the law firm to review Bannon’s bank statements would compromise his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. Bannon, who was convicted by a Washington jury in 2022 for his involvement in the January 6th attack on the Capitol, is currently appealing the judgment. He is also facing criminal charges in New York related to his involvement in a scammy project called “We Build the Wall.” Bannon’s refusal to pay his lawyer and the potential evidence in his bank account add to his mounting legal troubles.

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