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Manafort’s Bankers, Bookkeepers Could Testify at His Trial

  • Prosecutors gave Manafort lawyers 120,000 documents this month
  • Lawyers will pick jurors after judge questions them July 31
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Five potential witnesses against Paul Manafort, including accountants and bankers, were identified Monday as a U.S. judge gave the former Trump campaign chairman’s lawyers more time to review tens of thousands of documents handed over to them in recent weeks.

Among those granted immunity for their testimony are people from Kositzka, Wicks and Company, an accounting firm used by Manafort, and others who appear to have worked for the Federal Savings Bank in Chicago, which provided him with millions of dollars in mortgage loans.