Tuesday, January 16, 2024

ON OUR SISTER SITE: George Santos Treasurer(?) Hiding Out After Embezzling $50,000 From Arizona Congressional Candidate

Since campaign finance laws - and criminal laws - are implicated, we are cross-posting this Arizona's Politics article here. Arizona's Politics is an older sister site to Arizona's Law. Please head over there to read the rest of the article and to review the FEC filing.


A one-time Treasurer(?) for fraudster/expelled Congressman George Santos is apparently hiding from law enforcement after being accused of embezzling at least $50,000 from an Arizona Congressional candidate.

Walt Blackman (R-Snowflake), who is currently running to regain a seat in the Arizona Legislature, leveled the charges in a letter filed with the Federal Election Commission ("FEC") on Sunday afternoon.

(To read the rest of the article, click here)

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